Currently residing in Los Angeles... Enola Fall are indie pop, awkward post punk and angry alternative. Soaring vocals over pointy melody, massive dissonance and a relentless rhythmic tattoo. Point of origin, Tasmania, Australia.
“Making music that inspires, energizes, and barricades itself at the perpetual fringes of society.” –Indiebandguru.com “New Evil was a very physical act, kicking you in the stomach and the butt, but before anything it was seducing everyone with an ultra-violent-girl-power central character.” –Alyson Camus, rocknycliveandrecorded.com NEW EViL is a rock band from Los Angeles, CA. “We aim to empower and inspire you through our music, lyrics, and stage performance.” NEW EViL has shared bills with the likes of Alice Bag, Le Butcherettes, and was voted Top 5 Most Influential Female Fronted Bands by Orange County Music League. Sophia Anita Reyes -Lyrics and Vocals Ian Bishop- Guitar Patrick Nagy- Drums Nate Cohn – Bass
“Outside Animals is going against the flow right now in LA music,” explains Colin Orthmann, the leader of Outside Animals. “There are a lot of bands that are chasing that indie-pop or indie-folk sound, while we're really going for a garage rock feel. There are no synths or backing tracks when we play live.” Taking influence from acts like the Strokes, Jimmy Eat World and Weezer, Outside Animals played across Los Angeles alongside LA Font, Big Black Delta, The Soft Pack, Black Pistol Fire, The Lonely Wild and Beach Party. Outside Animals also was a regular at Echo Park Rising. Outside Animals followed their 2013 debut, “Black Room,” with an eponymous EP in 2016. However, in the middle of a full lineup of shows to promote the EP… Orthmann got sick and lost his hearing, setting off a tumultuous series of events that culminated in the lead guitarist leaving the band and bassist mysteriously disappearing. Now back in full health, and with a revamped lineup, Colin is joined by his brother Shaun Orthmann on lead guitar, Peter Anthony of Polaris Rose on bass, and Gabriel Grinta on drums.
The Black Heartthrobs are a melodic garage rock band from Culver City. Punk bassist for Osker (Epitaph), David Benitez has switched to vocals/guitar and is joined by drummer Jane Greely. They craft catchy songs ala The Cars, Pavement, and Weezer. They've studied songwriting from Peter Case (Plimsouls, Nerves) and Berton Averre (The Knack). Hooky choruses 'n glasses.