Recently HM157 a local community arts super space suffered from a tragic fire. Charon Nogues of HM157 took a little bit of time out from trying to clean, recover, and rebuild to answer some questions about how a historical monument became a venue and has helped to enhance and service the community. We also talked […]
Cusi Coyllur, the project consisting of siblings Kevin and Shannen Roberts, premiered their latest music video for the song “No Point in Stopping” earlier this week. The video opens with Shannen baring her heart as she plays piano and sings “no point in bringing up raw skin.” Cusi Coyllur distinguishes themselves from most live performances […]
Irene Diaz is an LA-based singer-songwriter. She played at Art After Hours during KSPC’s Week of Womyn and will be playing in the SoCal area later this month. We are pleased to share this email interview with Irene! 1. Has your identity shaped your experience as a musician and/or your decision to become one? If so, […]
“Part of being in the band is having a Chicana feminist analysis. The presence of women in the group is not ‘eye candy’ or a tokenized gesture toward balancing any sort of gender scale: it’s an honest recognition of the poetic, musical, and compositional strengths the female musicians in the community possess.” Martha Gonzalez is […]
Please join us this SATURDAY (3/28) for an amazing expo of womyn artists!!! Starts at 6pm at the Motley Coffeehouse at Scripps College. You can RSVP here! This event is free and open to the public!!