Tag: la leche

  • 5 Video Music Blogs I Use to Find My Next Favorite Band

    5 Video Music Blogs I Use to Find My Next Favorite Band

    From the hyper-local coffeeshop bard to international stars on intimate stages, it’s always a pleasure for me to waste a handful of lunchtime minutes watching today’s most compelling musicians and songwriters performing in alternative spaces. This is made possible by so many truly passionate music blogs on the web right now, reimagining the live concert as […]

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  • Off Notes: RIP Columbia House, Prince goes Tidal, and More!

    Off Notes: RIP Columbia House, Prince goes Tidal, and More!

    So many important things happened out in the world of music this week, and we weren’t about to let a single one slip by unnoticed. From opera in living rooms, to the demise of mail-order music, to a fond harkening back to that time when Dave Matthews Band spilled poop on everybody, we’ve got all of the […]

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  • Ariel Utin: “Good Songs Come out of Genuine People”

    Ariel Utin: “Good Songs Come out of Genuine People”

    Sergio Carrasco, Malik Fakiri (Faki), and Ariel Utin are the co-founders of La Leche, a Brooklyn-based production company that hosts the “Hangover Sessions” — an intimate and inspiring performance series on Saturday afternoons. I caught up with Ariel recently to ask about some of her most memorable performances, how to write songs listeners love, and how to cultivate a […]

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