Brad Culver and Andrew Gilbert.
Their first album, The Aboveground Sex Culture was released in 2014.
Lulu is an ongoing multi-platform performance project created by Zoe Aja Moore and Liz Toonkel in collaboration with Amanda Jane Shank. We’ll screen photos taken in the bedrooms of women across LA exploring of sexuality, intimacy, domesticity, and the male gaze. The women of the Lulu project will DJ. The project is an adaptation of the 1895 Frank Wedekind Lulu play, which was transformed into a film script and then distilled into episodic performances that were simultaneously autobiographical, pedestrian and theatrical.
is the project of composer and performer, Danielle Birrittella. Her debut EP, Tiny Ocean, was released May 2016 with Manimal Records and features songs produced by producer/drummer Joey Waronker (Beck, REM, Atoms for Peace), Tim Carr (The Americans, HAIM) and Frankie Siragusa (theLAB).
szalt is a collection of Los Angeles movers, collaborating with musicians and visual artists artistically led by dancer and choreographer, Stephanie Zaletel. Within the last three years, Zaletel has produced a myriad of new works across the city for szalt including O E a collaborative evening length performance that debuted at Highways Performance Space in September 2015, and tuesday., an installation-style piece for the Hammer Museum’s Made in LA series in collaboration with James Kidd and the Pieter Performance Space Council.