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Melbourne pop-rock songwriter with new 2020 LP, ‘Sucker For Punishment'.
On her sophomore LP, The Best of Luck Club, 26-year-old Alex Lahey navigates the pangs of generational ennui with the pint half-full and a spot cleared on the bar stool next to her. Self-doubt, burn out, break-ups, mental health, moving in with her girlfriend, vibrators: The Best of Luck Club showcases the universal language of Lahey’s sharp songwriting, her propensity for taking the minute details of the personal and flipping it public through anthemic pop-punk.
Liv Slingerland is an alternative rock singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Los Angeles, CA. In August 2017, Liv completed a self-release of her band’s first three singles, “Shouldn’t Bother,” "Hold On To," and "Come Back to Me," each co-produced by Scott Heiner. Slingerland’s music is influenced by a mix of catchy, guitar-driven rock bands including Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, and The Killers and songwriters ranging from Joni Mitchell and Jackson Browne to Elliott Smith and Lucy Dacus. Over the past two years, Liv has been playing live with her band at Los Angeles venues such as the Hi Hat, Bootleg Theater, and The Echo, in addition to local festivals including Chinatown Summer Nights and Echo Park Rising, named the Best Music Festival by LA Weekly (2016). January 2019 marks the release of Slingerland’s EP, Crush Me, a follow-up to her first three singles, recorded with long time collaborators Genna Projansky on bass and India Pascucci on drums in the hills of Laurel Canyon and North Hollywood. Liv continues to write and collaborate with her band and various producers and songwriters exploring her affinity for rock and pop craftsmanship in her work.
Upcoming Dates & Times
- June 8