Moving Units – Tickets – The Roxy Theatre – West Hollywood, CA – March 28th, 2014

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Moving Units

Goldenvoice Presents

Moving Units

Torches, House Fire

Friday March 28

8:00 pm

$14.00 - $16.00

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This event is all ages

Moving Units
Moving Units
Hailed for pioneering post-punk, indie-dance music – a sound often reflected by today's contemporaries, Los Angeles' MOVING UNITS, now ten years into their career, are set to release a new LP. From the push and pull that ensues during an unspoken attraction, to the dynamic of living in Los Angeles - a city of symbolism and paraphernalia of glamour, versus the desperation and disillusionment of the people who aspire to such entrapments…tension is everywhere. These are their rhythms.
Torches
Torches
T O R C H E S are a rock outfit that have been hypnotizing and swooning the Los Angeles scene. Their sound is comprised of lush guitars, vocal harmonies, and tribal drums. Azad Cheikosman and drummer, Eric Fabbro formed this band after years of bashing away in a hot and sweaty garage, only to grow tired of playing covers.
Their music has been aired on KROQ, KCRW, MTV’s Catfish and Underemployed” They have also been featured in BBC, LA Times, Filter Magazine, RCRD LBL, Buzz Bands LA etc. The band has shared the stage with bands such as Atlas Genius, Wild Nothing, Andrew WK, Sea Wolf, Maps and Atlases and other great acts. They’ve toured throughout the US and played at SXSW and CMJ 2012. Torches have been fortunate enough to work with Local Natives‘ producer, Raymond Richards, David Newton (The Soft Pack, The Henry Clay People, Happy Hollows) and Jeff Lipton who has mastered records for some of today’s most intriguing artists (Arcade Fire, Wilco, Andrew Bird).
In 2013, Torches toured across the US in support of their EP, If the People Stare, and were also the resident band at one of LA’s finest, The Echo, and they played KROQ’s Lobster Fest, and completed out their 2nd full length album, which is due for 2014. This trio is excited to put out records, pet as many animals as humanly possible, see the world, meet weird looking people, share experiences and much more.
House Fire
House Fire
House Fire Formed in the fall of 2010 when members Aman Alem (23), Nick Chuba (22), Luke Schunk (21) and James Brownstein (22) came together at the University of Southern California after recognizing their musical chemistry, which is slightly surprising considering just how different each member is. Hailing from vastly unique parts of the country (Wisconsin, Los Angeles, Utah, and Philadelphia, Respectively) and each possessing diverse musical tastes, the four musicians joined together to create a sound that could only be synergized by each of their eclectic personalities within the band.

After three years of work, the band has finally put out its first EP entitled, Days End. The Days End EP focuses on relationships – successful ones; stressful ones; bittersweet ones, failed ones, with each song serving as a lesson learned. Like the EP’s name would suggest, all things must come to an end, but from those ends come new beginnings.