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New Spell, Jane Machine, Dyllan

    Dyllan, 11 PM

    “DYLLAN uses her silvery tones to create a sorrowful mixture of experimental live and electronic instruments, with ear-worming repetitive hooks, entangling the listener within the capturing message in a bottle of ‘Walk Sideways’.” -Born Music

    “With her soft and silvery voice, mellow-yet-passionate compositions, and poetic and intimate lyrics…LA singer-songwriter DYLLAN has the potential to conquer many hearts.” -The Deli Magazine


    Jane Machine, 10 PM
    “Just on the edge of danceable and introspective” -Too Much Love Magazine

    “Von Trapp’s voice is strong, delivering almost hyper-feminine breathiness redolent with an exotic tang radiating on waves of sonic color.” -HuffPost

    Jane Machine is your subconscious’s catharsis. Joshua Tree-based producer and vocalist Erica von Trapp explores existentialism, human desire, and loss through a mix of analog synths, intimate vocals, and head-nodding electronic percussion. The result is a pop noir, vacillating between sensuality, goth, and mania. Drawing electronic inspiration from her years spent in Paris, where she started producing electronic music, hip hop rhythm from her childhood growing up in the California Bay Area, and other-worldy textures from her current homestead in Joshua Tree, Jane Machine lies somewhere between Scandinavian electro pop, trip hop, and witchcraft.


    New Spell, 9 PM

    “‘Of Time’ maintains this darker demeanor, while still leaving its listener feeling uplifted and – at times – breathless …” -Imperfect Fifth

    “Haunting, fragile, and lingering, the latest track disguises itself as one’s subconscious, and gently finds a home with each listener.”
    -Girl Underground Music


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