Feminist Friday ft. Reva Devito

Resident Presents

Feminist Friday ft. Reva Devito

Abby Diamond, Violet Skies, BLOSSOM

Fri · February 24, 2017

8:00 pm

Free w/ RSVP

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This event is 21 and over

Reva Devito
Reva Devito
Sultry and fun, modern yet timeless: DeVito offers up a diverse array of music with a soulful backbone. This Portland, Oregon songstress pours heart, not only into her studio sessions, (recording with producers such as: Kaytranada, Com Truise, & B.Bravo etc.) but effortlessly displays a soulful and spellbinding live performance that leaves the audience feeling warm and fuzzy.
Abby Diamond
Abby Diamond
Quite an enraptured individual, moved by colors, divine intuition, and sound as the perfect expression of essence. A background of listening to Motown in the car every day of her childhood and beginning her career as a Jazz vocalist in New Orleans have shaped Abby Diamond’s unique voice. Playing with deep rhythmic pockets and electronic elements, this vocalist, composer, and producer is a force of nature and feminine power.
Violet Skies
Violet Skies
Singer/songwriter Violet Skies comes from a small town in South Wales. Her sound balances her love for artists she grew up with such as Joni Mitchell, Sting and Paul Simon, and the soundscapes of James Blake and Massive Attack.

2014 saw her play Glastonbury BBC Introducing Stage, a headline London show, open for Grammy Award winners A Great Big World, and release her EP, 'Dragons'. Alongside this, Violet's tracks were played by Huw Stephens on Radio 1, Jamie Cullum BBC Radio 2 and across a number of other stations, as well as features in Hunger Magazine and NME. 2015 began with the release of single 'Liar' and her debut music video, with more music to follow.
Violet has also released an album and EP with dreamy pop producer Stumbleine - out on Monotreme Records.
BLOSSOM
BLOSSOM
Blossom has recently been fulfilling her namesake – with roots in Trinidad & Tobago – she has bloomed in the Pacific Northwest's music scene. Upon moving from paradise to Portland, she has defined and developed the identity of a unique songstress. Her jazzy, neo-soul inspired voice and meaningful lyrics have placed her in the middle of Portland’s underground hip-hop scene. She made her debut in winter of 2014 with a solo project, “Ecelctic Garden”. Since she’s had several concerts in the Portland area, performed on Jimmy Fallon with Amine´ and recently released a music video for Black Magic Woman. Openly nerdy, artfully poetic with a passion for rhythms, her soothing voice will soften your body and mind.
Venue Information:
Resident
428 S Hewitt Street
Los Angeles, CA, 90013
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