LPR’s INDIEROUND series features fresh indie rock and pop artists in a uniquely immersive setting: the venue’s one-of-a-kind circular stage. With artists performing “in the round” while surrounded on all sides by the audience, the series offers a perspective and experience that literally has cutting-edge and inspiring live music as its central focus.
Veteran NY psych-pop act Shana Falana just released her new LP Here Comes The Wave, her 2nd with Team Love Records. Emerging from New York’s vast drone/psych scene, Shana combines live looping of reverb-drenched vocals and guitar with tribal drums and stunning visual projections. Her live experience has often been described as transcendental.
“Psychedelic dream pop dashed on the rocks of goth defiance” -Stereogum
“If you want to zone out, Shana Falana’s alluring debut LP gives many opportunities to do so.” -Pitchfork
Dead Leaf Echo
Previous tours and SXSW bills included The Wedding Present, A Place to Bury Strangers & Trail Of the Dead. They festivaled in 2011 with the Psychedelic Furs as well as played sold out shows in 2010 opening for the reunited Chapterhouse and Ulrich Schnauss.
“DLE bring you Dream-Pop!”
“Some of the best live music in the city”
-Time Out NY
“We love Dead Leaf Echo’s dreamy pop”
-The L Magazine
“The Artist that’s changing the indie pop game, the five-track compilation is vaguely reminiscent of a trippy, hallucinogen-fueled daydream and tinged with ’70s influences and swaying summer campfire sessions” – NYLON
“On new single “Better All the Time,” the New York native provides an electric three-minute trip into a spaced out fantasy, with a trippy soundscape full of glam rock and psych-pop influences” – SPIN
“Marrying the spaciness of Electric Light Orchestra’s ‘Strange Magic’ and the sunniness of The Beatles’ ‘Getting Better,’ “Better All The Time” by Zuli is a dazzling piece of pop” – The Deli
“It’s rare that a video in 2015 bothers to craft a narrative, and it’s even rarer for one to be so unfailingly entertaining. Along with the song and its weirdo dance jangles, “Better All The Time” is violently joyful” – Flavorwire