Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Little Boots, SBTRKT, New Villager and more coming to Mondrian LA

In light of its successful run this summer, MONDRIAN LOS ANGELES and IAMSOUND Records have announced a new fall line-up of summer musical performances dedicated to creating a unique live-music experience for both hotel guests and locals alike. Mondrian Sessions will continue to host some of the most talked about new names on the music circuit including Little Boots, SBTRKT and NewVillager.

On Friday, September 23, Little Boots, who has been hard at work in the studio working on her new album, will be leaving her imprint at Skybar with an acoustic performance. English synth-pop singer Victoria Hesketh’s sweet vocals and catchy melodic hooks drift over fun dance beats, explaining why the Gobi tent was packed during her performance at Coachella last year.

Following on the heels of Little Boots are the Brooklyn-based visual artists and musicians, NewVillager, whose performances have been described as “Mad Max meets Mozart.” On Thursday, October 20, Ross Simonini and Ben Bromley will effortlessly combine progressive rock sounds with old-fashioned funk soul melodies for the crowd at Skybar.

Next on the list is SBTRKT for his first performance in Los Angeles on Monday, October 24. Aaron Jerome will captivate listeners with a mix of chill-out, dubstep and trip-hop styles. While he hides behind a tribal mask, the audience shouldn’t expect SBTRKT to hold back on representing the best production that the UK has to offer. SBTRKT will also be performing at Hard Haunted House four days later.

More shows to be announced. Watch out for the November and December line-up.

The Mondrian Sessions are generously supported by partners including KCRW, The FADER Magazine, AllSaints Spitalifields and Guitar Center.

MONDRIAN Sessions Presented by IAMSOUND Records Fall 2011 LINE UP:

September 23 LITTLE BOOTS (acoustic)
October 24 SBTRKT


RSVP is essential. To do so, please email:
To book a table for the event please phone: (323) 848-6027

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