If you live in Los Angeles, mountain lions are neighbors. Join me in Griffith Park 10/22 at 3:30PM for a celebration of P-22, the only mountain lion to cross the 101 and 405 alive. I'll perform my monologue from the perspective of P-22 from solo multimedia show, The Animal Monologues, for the P-22 Day Festival. Come early to learn all about coexisting with urban wildlife and rock out with Grammy-winning East LA Chican rock band Queztal at 2:30pm! Great day for a crucial cause. RSVP and more info here.
Do you like talking animals? Then The Animal Monologues is for you. A new solo multimedia work featuring forest confessionals, filmic fables and original music explores the animalistic behavior of humans in love in an urban jungle where the wild and the allegedly civilized live side by side. Playing AUGUST 11, 8 PM in the Son of Semele Solo Creation Festival Remix, with Tim Venable's American Brutus. Tickets here.
ΔΔΔ An Evening of Evocative Live Music + Performance Art + Music Tech
ΔΔΔ Tuesday, August 15th // Zebulon, Los Angeles
ΔΔΔ Exclusive, intimate RSVP only show
About the performers:
“Future Classical Controllerism”
Electronic music producer/controllerist/boss lady Laura Escudé aka Alluxe is constantly pushing the boundaries of live electronic music performance. Her huge sound and fashion-forward look is complimented by her alluring stage presence complete with custom LED controllers, vocals and violin. She never fails to impress as she blends original compositions, improvised beats, and violin loops seamlessly.
Her signature sound fuses hip hop and bass music to create a unique style of forward thinking electronic music. As one of the first Ableton Certified Trainers in the world, she lives and breathes music and technology. Her production skills have earned her commissioned remixes for M83, Polica, and Mr. Hudson, and her violin can be heard on albums by Big Grams, Watch The Throne, Hit Boy, Sage Francis, Solillaquists of Sound and on EastWest’s Quantum Leap Silk sound library.
Alluxe has opened for the likes of Miguel, Garbage, Machinedrum, Robert Rich and Funkstorung and has performed with Miguel, Kiesza, Charli XCX and Iggy Azalea. She has also handled music programming, vocal effects, and designed shows for Kanye West, The Weeknd, Herbie Hancock, Cirque du Soleil, Porter Robinson, Drake, Bon Iver, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Silversun Pickups, Demi Lovato, Iggy Azalea and many more.
Her EP Contrast is out now.
"Armed with a distinctive voice and a compassionate understanding of the world around her, Canadian born, California based singer/songwriter/producer and activist ANML (formerly Lila Rose), isn’t afraid to walk the edge and dive deep.
Having song placements in mainstream television series such as Lucifer, The Royals, Wentworth, VICE, BULL, So You Think You Can Dance, the soundtrack for the trailer for VICELANDS’ World of Sports, and Black Market, among others, ANML is beginning to hit the subconscious of listeners internationally.
Amy Raasch is an American playwright, actor, filmmaker and performing musician based in Los Angeles. Trained at London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, she has appeared in several productions for theater and film, including Sundance feature, The Four Corners of Nowhere by Stephen Chbosky (Perks Of Being A Wallflower, Beauty & the Beast), and recently contributed music to Sony Classics release, The Diary Of A Teenage Girl. Her award winning animated short, CAT BIRD COYOTE, and KITTY DECIDES, a web installation to benefit animal rescue, have both been distributed by Virgin America Airlines. THE ANIMAL MONOLOGUES, a new multimedia performance piece comprised of theatrical monologues, original music, and film, explores the animalistic behavior of humans in love and is currently in development for a full-length presentation this fall. New album GIRLS GET COLD out winter 2017.
Do you like talking animals? Then the "Animal Monologues" is for you. A new solo multimedia work featuring forest confessionals, filmic fables and original music explore the animalistic behavior of humans in love in an urban jungle where the wild and the (allegedly) civilized live side by side.