From Bishop Briggs to Jon Spencer: The 103rd LA Weekly playlist, reviewing the musicians that we’ve been writing about all week, is live now. There’s electronic music from DJ Holographic and Sohmi, pop from Pink Pantheress, punk/rock from Viagra Boys and Jon Spencer, and so much more.

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DJ Holographic Brought the Detroit Life to Coachella

DJ Holographic (Karl Baker)

From Bishop Briggs to Jon Spencer

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In our Coachella cover story, Bishop Briggs told us that, “I recently lost my sister, so ‘High Water’ is really a love letter to her. I think we all have collectively shared a lot of trauma these past few years, so I hope that we can all cry together listening to that one. ‘Art of Survival’ is really the place that I hope to be. It’s stepping into that positivity and really trying to live my life in the way that I think she’d want me to. I’m going to be performing the two new songs, and can’t wait. I’m ready to just share in that moment. I think we’ve all been going a bit stir crazy, so it will be really nice to have that escapism.”

Jessie Reyez said if her Coachella set, “I’ve been invited a handful of times by friends, just to come under the guise of fun, but I always said ‘no thank you’ because I didn’t want to go until I was getting paid. There’s no dancers. No fireworks. No costume changes. I wanted to keep it minimal. It keeps me at peace remembering that despite the reverence around Coachella and despite the rite of passage that this moment is, at the end of the day, respectfully, it’s just another stage. So it’s gonna get what I know how to give. Just me. My guitar. My lit ass band and some songs.”

 

 

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