FOR OUR COMPLETE BROKE L.A. COVERAGE CLICK HERE! The last artist I was able to catch at Broke L.A. was Lexie Papillon’s Bloodboy. I read somewhere online that Lexie was a surfer turned rocker, and watching her live performance I was thoroughly impressed with the physicality that she embodied into her music. Her music lends itself to her joyfully hyperactive […]
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FOR OUR COMPLETE BROKE L.A. COVERAGE CLICK HERE! I didn’t know anything about La Bouquet before catching there set at Broke L.A. Even after scouring the internet to learn more about them, I still don’t know very much about them (you need a Facebook page, fellas!), but from I have been able to find, La Bouquet’s […]
FOR OUR COMPLETE BROKE L.A. COVERAGE CLICK HERE! I like electronic music. I love electronic music when it translates well live on stage. I love KOLAJ. Teesa Houston and and “Mighty” Mike McGarity are the core of KOLAJ, and their performance at Broke L.A., accompanied by a guitarist whose name escaped my memory right now, left me […]
FOR OUR COMPLETE BROKE L.A. COVERAGE CLICK HERE! Kid Wave had been on my for a few months prior to Broke L.A. I’m not sure how it got into my one of my playlists, but “Everything Changes” was a dreamy bit of pop goodness with an appealing Morrissey like somberness to it that I couldn’t stop listening to […]
FOR OUR COMPLETE BROKE L.A. COVERAGE CLICK HERE! I hadn’t heard of BRAEVES prior to Broke L.A., but I’m glad that I stumbled into the “Ball Pit” room by accident to catch their set. This four piece band played upbeat, indie rock that sounded as polished as anything that KCRW plays. Even with a substitute guitar […]
FOR OUR COMPLETE BROKE L.A. COVERAGE CLICK HERE! The first band I was able to catch play at Broke L.A. was Ugly Sweaters. This band was a lot of fun. Their catchy indie rock with surf rock vibes kept the mood light hearted and had festival goers who were looking for shade from the afternoon sun nodding […]
Broke L.A., the festival formerly known as Brokechella, rolled out its 7th installment on April 8th, 2017. It was Blurred Culture’s first time attending the event, but we were excited to see, and hear, what the “Coachella Alternative” had to offer. Having moved to a new location in East L.A. to accommodate a larger crowd, […]