From Girli to Sizzy: The 196th LA Weekly playlist, reviewing the musicians that we’ve been writing about all week, is live now. There’s electronic music from From Deborah De Luca, pop from Malu Trevejo and Max Rae, rock from Sizzy Rocket and Juliette & the Licks, stoner metal from Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs and Faetooth, and so much more.

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From Girli to Sizzy

Also this week:

Print star Juliette Lewis told us that, “It’s so weird, being in this time. What’s weird about it is, because being an independent, creative person, everything’s done for the love of it. It’s pure love and expression. I’m working with Brad Shultz of Cage the Elephant. They were working on their record for the last two years. I go to Nashville and I’ve been steadily getting closer to having an EP done, and Brad is producing it. I’ll have the vocals done by the end of March and I should have some new music this year. But again, everything is on our own terms. I feel like people have a short attention span. I’m just doing an EP – probably five to seven songs. Awesome, but killer, killer songs.”

In “Not Another DJ,” Deborah De Luca said, “The concept behind this album comes from my passion of using pop music and bringing into the techno and hard techno world. It’s a fusion that reflects my artistic vision.”






























































































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