Wednesday, August 24, 2016
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Lauren's voice is a flutter in a dangerous storm. Concluding WorldArts' first round of in-studio sessions was singer/songwriter Lauren Ruth Ward alongside guitarist Eduardo "Eddie" Josue. Together with the band they played two unreleased songs and one song off of...
Valley Queen, described as "a hybrid of southern rock and Motown, with traces of 1970s canyon rock," brought an energized set to the WorldArts Culver City Studio Tuesday. Scroll down to watch their full WA Session below. The Los Angeles-based...
WorldArts featured indie-rock duo The Bulls for the sixth episode of WA Sessions. Singer and multi-instrumentalist Anna Bulbrook joined forces with guitarist Marc Sallis from The Duke Spirit to create an entirely new and rejuvenating sound. Watch The Bulls perform...
Our WorldArts Spotlight Artist for the month of August is Dazz & Brie! Big things await this 'Texarkana' duo as they are certainly living up to their motto of 'Make Ya Mama Proud'. Check out our exclusive interview with...
Not all college bands come out as successful as Arms Akimbo. You may have seen their song "Michigan" come up on many emerging artist playlists over the past few months or heard it on Spotify's US Viral 50. We...
Los Angeles indie rock band Travelers played alongside Work Friend, Cuñao, and Bür Gür at the WorldArts Culver City studio Friday for an intimate, eclectic show. Work Friend kicked off the night with songs off their newest album "Slouching", with Latin Alternative...
On first listen, you know this is not just another SoCal band. Bodegas stopped by WorldArts Tuesday to record the 4th Sessions episode, explain the meaning behind their latest album "9 to 5", and play cards against humanity. From their hometown of...
Alex G. and roommate Torri Horness took the WorldArts stage Tuesday to play a few songs and update us on the exciting projects they've been working on since their visit last year. In addition to completing her first U.S. and Europe...
“They say growing up is fun but it’s taking us one-by-one.” Arizona based band False North sings about something we know all too well: the hardships of entering the seemingly dystopian world of adulthood. In their debut album Burning Fast,...
Fraser Churchill sung a raw and acoustic set on the WorldArts stage Monday to kick off the 2016 WA Sessions, a new series that will feature emerging artists from across the globe. Fraser performed three stripped-down songs to promote...

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