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ELEKTRIC LUCIE / Press

“Elektric Lucie The Indio band earned the most votes in the online music video competition to earn one of 15 spots at three band showcases at venues throughout the Coachella Valley. The winners will get to perform at the April 15 block party in downtown Palm Springs in advance of headliners booked by Goldenvoice, the promoters of the Coachella and Stagecoach music festivals. Goldenvoice is a sponsor of Tachevah along with The Desert Sun, the city of Palm Springs, P.S. Resorts, Harold Matzner, and the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. The eclectic, alternative-styled Elektric Lucie will join the hip-hop groups Thr3 Strykes from La Quinta and the Death Merchants from Indio, plus indie bands Ideation from Bermuda Dunes and Alchemy from Indio, in a showcase at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Date Shed in Indio.”

“Rock and Toy Drive: Rocking Out For A Good Cause.This Saturday December 6th at Antigua Bar & Grill in Montebello, bands from as far away as Coachella, San Diego, Bakersfield and Los Angeles will join forces for the first annual Rock and Toy Drive that will collect new toys and or funds to provide gifts to underprivileged kids in the city of Tijuana, BC. In what promises to be a great night of music and unity, music fans will be treated a great line up of different musical styles that range from English and Spanish alternative, Ska, reggae and straight ahead rock & roll. Hailing from the dessert in Coachella and Influenced by bands like Kasabian, Radiohead, Artic Monkeys, and The Strokes, Elektric Lucie bring together an urgent and energetic guitar attack accentuated by tight bass and drums that is sure to get you moving from the first chords. - See more at: http://www.alborde.com/musica-section/rock-and-toy-drive-rocking-out-for-a-good-cause/#sthash.SuNuyQAH.dpuf”

“In Los Angeles, a city filled with immigrant experiences and multiculturalism, Latino-influenced rock took center stage at Fais Do-Do last Saturday night, showcasing bands from Southern California and Mexico. The Mardi Gras-themed club was well lit; its mirrored disco ball showered the high stage with random bursts of light while mothers, fathers and siblings enjoyed a night of dance, drinks, laughter, fun and food on the spacious dance floor. At first the atmosphere was serene, almost laid back lounge-like. The night began with drinks and conversation but the crowd slowly made its way towards the stage during performances by heavy rockers Solidmente and Mexicali's Zinema. Both groups, singing in Spanish and English, seemed comfortable in either language, laying down tunes rooted in the big hair rock era and the Rock en español of the '90s.”

LIZ GONZALEZ - LA WEEKLY