Musicians from all over the world will join together for two days for a love of looping. "Loopers" are musicians known to mix instruments with technology and other software to create an avant garde sound—a sound similar to what Trent Reznor became famous for when he released Pretty Hate Machine under his band, Nine Inch Nails, in 1989.
Supporting its latest album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, (EWBAITE), which was released Tuesday, Weezer performed acoustic versions of songs from the record at Fingerprints Music. The show was split into two sets, each with about 250 fans who had pre-ordered the album in order to gain access to the show.
We were already amped last year when the Downtown Long Beach Associates (DLBA) announced that The Mowgli’s and Long Beach-based Rival Sons would be performing to ring in the new year. But there is no question that this year’s headliner is the best that the DLBA has ever offered to ring in the new year: Fitz and The Tantrums.
Having just welcomed 16 new singers to its ranks, the Long Beach Camerata Singers is excited about its upcoming 49th season, which includes four performances by the choir, as well as four other events that are part of its annual Long Beach Bach Festival. The choir’s Artistic Director, Dr. Rob Istad, describes the season as one that “will bring exceptional, diverse musical experiences to the people of our city. You won't want to miss a moment!"