Live Review: Pyyramids At The Spare Room


Thursday night, L.A.-based duo Pyyramids graced The Spare Room’s stage (or lack thereof) as part of the exclusive Hollywood bar/bowling alley’s Thursday night Live Music Series. Though the two-piece—composed of Tim Nordwind, and Drea Smith—have only been playing music together since last fall, their talents precede them. You may know Nordwind as the goofy, bearded,

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fun. Wows The Wiltern


Some people were meant for the stage, and fun.’s vocalist Nate Ruess proved this statement on Friday night during the band’s first of three sold-out shows at L.A.’s iconic venue, The Wiltern. Though fun. is a relatively new band, releasing its debut album (Aim And Ignite) a mere three years ago, Ruess is no stranger

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Artist of the Week: Ximena Sariñana


Ximena Sariñana may be a relatively new artist to people in the United States, but in her native Mexico, she’s a child star who’s adult career is starting to take. In some circles, she can be considered the Mexican version of Alanis Morrisette, but rather than taking the angst route, Sariñana’s music is more indie

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