From DNMO to Siouxsie: The 141st LA Weekly playlist, reviewing the musicians that we’ve been writing about all week, is live now. There’s electronic music from DNMO and Subtronics, hip-hop from 2KBABY, punk from Siouxsie, goth from Gene Loves Jezebel, classic rock from T.Rex and so much more.

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Reach Out to MusiCares

Theresa Wolters of MusiCares (Kelly Samson)

From DNMO to Siouxsie

Also this week:

Theresa Wolters of MusiCares told us that, MusiCares was created as a safety net for the humans behind music, because music gives so much to the world,” says Wolters. “Since 1989, MusiCares has provided support to 134,000 music professionals through $105 million in financial assistance for health, human, mental health and addiction recovery needs. In the early years, MusiCares provided support to hundreds of music professionals annually, and has now grown to reach 20,000 music professionals annually through financial assistance and other programs.”

In “Not Another DJ,” DNMO said, “I make music across all ends of the spectrum  – from Drum & Bass, to House, Hip Hop, R&B, jazz… I really try to not put any limitations on the music I make on a day-to-day basis and it always leads to my best work, in my opinion,” he says. “I suppose the most common theme is always focused around melodics, that takes the lead 90% of the time. Big synths, basses and drums. Lately on the DNMO side of things I’ve been pretty much exclusively making/putting out Drum & Bass. Outside of that I’ve been making a lot of UK-influenced Hip Hop and R&B.”







































































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