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Monday, September 26

Tiffany Gouché

The Echo

1822 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026


Hailing from a family of musicians, Inglewood, CA native, Tiffany Gouché, has just released her long awaited Pillow Talk EP. A follow up to her 2014 Fantasy EP, Pillow Talk is a mystical, sensually suggestive, bass-heavy EP featuring 8 hand-crafted audible gems. Gouché, a proud queer woman, brings authenticity to her music unapologetically and has a refined sound that has garnered her many praises and accolades by music’s elite. Named by Okayplayer as “Top Artists to Watch in 2016”, the knob-twiddling singer/songwriter/producer has been on the West Coast indie scene this past year collaborating and touring throughout the UK with charismatic emcee/musician Little Simz and sharing stages nationwide with free-spirited genre-benders Willow Smith, Solonge, KING, Jesse Boykins III, and Soulection.

Known for her jazzy futuristic soul sound with a hip-hop influence, Tiffany has been an innovator in the indie resurgence of R&B. From making her rounds on HBO’s #Bessie81tour to representing Inglewood in the recent Beats by Dre #StraightOutta Campaign, Tiffany Gouché is demanding her way to the forefront and “impressing the hell out of music snobs from both sides of the coast”-Okayplayer

Anyone that has ever witnessed Tiffany Gouché live will testify that her authenticity will excite ears, ignite inner passions and soothe the soul; she simply lives on stage. Catch her on tour NOW.

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Monday, October 3

Margaret Glaspy

The Echo

1822 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026


"Emotions and Math" is not simply the name of Margaret Glaspy's new debut album. That expression drills right to the heart of the New York singer-songwriter's proper introduction, a mission statement both artistic and personal.

Glaspy, who's 27 and grew up in Red Bluff, California, self-produced the album, which frames her revealing ruminations in shards of jagged guitar rock. Building on its early buzz - Rolling Stone hailed first single "You and I" for its "hot barbs of electric guitar," and BrooklynVegan declared it a "stomping rocker with a DGAF attitude" - Glaspy prepares for a big year in 2016.

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