Sir Sly recently performed at the El Rey Theatre.
And photog Mallory Turner was there to shoot the fantastic show.
Originally from Indiana but now based in Miracle Mile, Bryce Fox is a songwriter-cum-popster due to the release of his stellar breakout single “Burn Fast.” Produced by Frequency, the song opens on smooth synths and a sharp vox of soul but soon builds into to a blast of epic alt-pop via thunderous drums and an enrapturing choir.
“I’d rather burn fast than let it burn slow.”
Joni Payne returns with new a soothing single called “Contemporary Love.” Produced by Mike Derenzo, the chill song is a beautiful blend of neo-R&B and trip-pop via gentle keys, deep beats, and a very sultry vox of soul.
“You’re the best escape from the things that I want.”
Joni Payne is a modern chanteuse based in Miracle Mile who recently brought her sultry, jazz-influenced vox to producer duncan XL. The result is “Must Have” –a neo-R&B track (leaked off her forthcoming LP) which floats on trip-pop percussion, smooth synths, trickling keys, and edgy effects.
“I should have known that we could never be apart.”
Leitbur isn’t a throwback to classic new wave, they’re a bona fide reincarnation. Comprised of Jaron Widman and Samantha Krzyston, the band intentionally resurrects a laser-lit dance-off from the ’80s via vintage synths and post-punk beats. The Miracle Mile-based duo will release their second EP, The Moment That I Knew You, on April 21st as the first of a two part set and if you listen closely, you’ll hear many references to the L.A. locations the couple visited when they began dating. But for now, here’s the very relatable “Strange in L.A.”:
“I can’t shake the unusual things I’ve seen.”