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Los Angeles Bands and Artists: Win $18K-$72K through Creator Awards

WeWork's Creator Awards, in partnership with our friends at Sofar Sounds, is looking for innovative musical performers (solo or groups) based in the Los Angeles area. The initiative rewards acts that merge creativity and imagination with compelling performances, and it's open to all genres (including performance arts, let your acting friends know about it!).

The winners will be rewarded with a cash prize between $18K and $72K, and will also secure a paid gig at the Creator Awards San Francisco event on May 10.

Applying for a Creator Award only takes a few minutes, you can start the process here.





SF Bay Area Bands and Artists: Win $18K-$72K through Creator Awards

WeWork's Creator Awards, in partnership with our friends at Sofar Sounds, is looking for innovative musical performers (solo or groups) based in the SF Bay Area. The initiative rewards acts that merge creativity and imagination with compelling performances, and it's open to all genres (including performance arts, let your acting friends know about it!).

The winners will be rewarded with a cash prize between $18K and $72K, and will also secure a paid gig at the Creator Awards San Francisco event on May 10.

Applying for a Creator Award only takes a few minutes, you can start the process here.





Launder teases EP with jerky indie pop on "Annie Blue"

Launder - the songwriting project of John Cudlip - carries his fervent songs with a melancholy undercurrent. Akin to Brooklyn's DIIV (which makes sense, since key member Zachary Cole Smith plays guitar on this project), Cudlip's latest, "Annie Blue," also leans on jangly, lilting guitars with a heavy use of cavernous reverb. His is a romantic rumination that spirals off wth a jittery confusion.

"Annie Blue" is the second single off of Launder's upcoming EP, Pink Cloud

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Triathalon plays sold-out album release at Baby’s All Right 2.28

The lo-fi pop group Triathalon will celebrate the release of its third album, “Online,” with a sold-out show at Baby’s All Right on February 28th. After establishing a sound keen on lo-fi aesthetics and jazzy undertones, the Brooklyn group is about to release a record that ventures further into pop territory with a heavy R&B influence. The recordings are cleaner, the tones deeper, and there’s a novel suave element to it that makes it a lot more playful than the previous releases. However, the band's tracks maintain the band's signature dark, late night intimacy. With “Online,” Triathalon shows its true potential in the pop realm. For those lucky enough to have tickets, the Baby’s All Right show will be the first performance since the album’s release. Watch the video for standout track “Couch” below. – Cameron Carr





August Hotel @ Beat Kitchen

August Hotel got in the spirit this year and release a new single called “Valentine”. This is the band’s first release since their 2017 EP, Charms.

You can catch August Hotel at Beat Kitchen on Feb. 23rd with The 1 Class and The Academic.

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