A Camp Hits the U.S.

Nina Persson's pretty little head

A Camp, the side project of Cardigan’s lead singer, Nina Persson, releases its sophomore album, Colonia, on April 28th. The first single off the album is “Stronger Than Jesus,” with other stand-out tracks including “Bear On The Beach” and “Love Has Left The Room.”

This May, the group . . . → Read More: A Camp Hits the U.S.

Sara Bareilles @ Hotel Cafe (03/13/09)

Sara Bareilles played three intimate shows over the course of two nights during a stint at Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, CA. The photos you see are from the first set of her March 13th show. Once again, these photos are a bit old, but the new version of the site wasn’t up a . . . → Read More: Sara Bareilles @ Hotel Cafe (03/13/09)

Tina Dico @ Roxy (03/08/2009)

Tina Dico played a set at one of my favorite Los Angeles venues, the Roxy, on March 8, 2009. I know these photos are about a month old now, but better late than never!

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O Harriet, where art thou?

Harriet Wheeler of the Sundays now has a new home – here on the updated version of Sirens of Song. I’ve taken the old html page down and have moved everything here. Feel free to leave any comments about Harriet on the new page!

The Bird and the Bee @ Echoplex

The Bird and the Bee (Inara George and Greg Kurstin) played not too far from home when they took the stage at the Echoplex in Los Angeles, CA on April 6th. The band has been playing a lot of local dates recently, as this was my third time seeing them . . . → Read More: The Bird and the Bee @ Echoplex

Emiliana Torrini @ Troubadour

The last stop on her North American tour, Emiliana Torrini performed to a sold out crowd at the Troubadour in Los Angeles, CA on March 30th.

From the moment she stepped onto the stage wearing a flowered dress and shoes that looked like they were painted in gold, the crowd was enamored by her . . . → Read More: Emiliana Torrini @ Troubadour

Sirens of Song v. 3.0

Welcome to Sirens of Song v. 3.0. No, this isn’t a late April Fool’s joke. Sirens of Song has undergone a much-needed makeover. As you can see, I’m still in the process of building out the site. All of the old pages will be left up for archival purposes, but they will not be . . . → Read More: Sirens of Song v. 3.0