From Inji to Skold: The 167th LA Weekly playlist, reviewing the musicians that we’ve been writing about all week, is live now. There’s electronic music from Mojave Grey, pop from Gia Woods and Inji, industrial from Skold, rock & roll from the Beach Boys and the Hollywood Stars , and so much more.
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From Inji to Skold
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Print star Gia Woods told us that, “Everything I write is from my own personal experiences. Heartbreak County was originally inspired by my life in L.A. Growing up in L.A, and to be from here. The whole project was based on my life here, and ‘Lesbionic’ was a record that speaks to my heart. There are so many songs about women, but I want to hear songs about women embracing women. Sexually, or just in general. So the song is fucking true and honest to my heart.”
In “Not Another DJ,” Mojave Grey said “Our single ‘House of the Sun’ is coming out early August. We wrote the song this past winter during our residency in Aspen, CO. We also recorded it in Aspen and then called upon our good friend and brilliant producer Dark Heart to take the song to the finish line. It’s been fun to have the song grow through our live performances. But this single will just be the start of a large onslaught of Mojave music rolling out through the end of the year.”
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