R E L
Chicago born/LA based singer-songwriter, R E L, released a crowd-funded debut EP in 2015 called r.e.l. The young, independent artist has amassed over 3 million streams across platforms. Always with her reliably potent voice, R E L’s music has been described as dreamy, sultry, innovative, gorgeously spirited, soulful, intuitive, rhythmic, ethereal, electro, colorful & brimming with emotion. R E L describes her music as EVOCAPOP – a genre the 23-year-old singer-songwriter created in 2016…music that makes you think & feel. Since putting out her debut project, R E L has released singles, music videos, a cover of Glass Animals "Gooey" & has performed at notable venues throughout LA including Bardot (School Night), The Echo, The Satellite, Madame Siam, Hotel Cafe and BMI Acoustic Lounge to name a few. Her music has been featured in Wonderland, Ones to Watch, Atwood, EARMILK, The 405, LADYGUNN, Hilly Dilly & B3Sci, among other outlets, & has been played on KCRW & other radio stations.
R E L's current project is a 3-side visual album, EVOCAPOP. "Surgery", the 1st single released from Side A of the project, came out on November 2nd. "Nanagrams", the 2nd single, released on November 30th, with a music video premiere on LADYGUNN magazine Jan 7th. "Back to the River" & "Masquerade" came out February 22. She will release Side A of the project this March 22nd, 2019.
Her collaborations include tracks with Robot Koch, Jynjo & DUEFUNK. She's played shows with Dawn Richard, Gordi, QUIÑ, Nick Dorian, YAS, h2the, Geneva White, Lauren Ruth Ward, FLAVIA, Xkylar, Felly, Kosha Dillz & more.
LARA FM (aka Lara Anderson) has been creating original lyrics and music since she was 17. She has been most recently classified as a Pop-Rock Singer/ Songwriter.
Now performing as a solo artist, currently in the studio recording her debut album, her live set includes a blend of visual art, dancers, djs etc... accompanying all her original songs.
Her esthetic stretches from designing her own look and costumes to creating an entire stage performance that has been described as both eclectic and entertaining. Here the audience experiences the same emotions that propelled Lara into creating a style of music that is both personal and yet accessible to a popular music market.
Previously, Lara was a member of the local LA ElectroPop sensation: Little Red Radio, who's first release "Big Bad Woofer" included the following tracks featured on Showtime's The L-Word and MTV's Jersey Shore, "Playground" Little Red Radio "Playground" music video, "Hookie"Little Red Radio Music Video and "Spaceman".
Her stage experience includes being a part of the opening acts for a variety of established musical talents such as A Flock of Seagulls, LMFAO, Cold War Kids, Neon Indian, The Pussy Cat Dolls, Kelis, and Mickey Avalon. As well as being invited to play at private industry events such as the Black Eyed Peas Nokia Live After Party and city sponsored festivals such as the Pershing Square summer concerts.
Jynjo infuses the essence of childhood nostalgia into adulthood's reckonings, concocting a fierce serum of emotional resonance with his music. The LA-based producer started playing the piano in his bedroom at the age of 5 while listening to his parents’ old CDs, then as his fascination with electronic music grew throughout the years, his music evolved accordingly. His debut single with r e l, "A Little Bit Sometimes" was featured on Spotify's Fresh Finds, and its follow-up "How Do You Like It" hit 2 million plays within six months. His two other singles, a cover of the Pussycat Dolls "Stickwitu" and "Rain," a collaboration with RnB singer DAEMON, show his versatility as a cross genre electronic musician. Look out for some more great music from Jynjo in 2019!