Her latest release, “X Tapes,” has a classic R&B sound, filled with emotion, soul, love and, always, heartbreak.
By donating 100% of the profits from book sales directly to the bar, the photographers hope to help support the live-music mainstay during the COVID-19 pandemic until business can return to normal operations.
The Anti Virals new album “Brainwashed” will be released Jan. 10 via Nadine Records Media.
Wanting to keep their vision for the space alive, Ritson and Sandoval offered the space to Dustin and Emily Lovelis, who have long been a part of the city’s music landscape as musicians, patrons and supporters of the scene.
“I wanted to give people a sense of hope.”
“Obviously, there are a lot of really crazy, important issues going on right now but since I’m an artist, I feel like it’s my top priority to preserve the art world, regardless of the field.”
Nine songs, two music videos and a documentary film—all in five months.
“This is our vice to get us through quarantine right now.”
“How You Be?” with local band Asi Fui is a series of weekday conversations with artists coping with new circumstances under COVID.