It’s officially Autumn! Let TSLC’s Fall Playlist merrily tap your eardrums with sounds of leaves changing color, fires starting to crackle, and the static, cozy pull of a sweater o’er the head.
We were thrilled to sing back up for Kan Wakan this Saturday at The Getty as part of Saturdays Off the 405. Not only is Kan Wakan a dynamically talented band – with killer bluesy vocals by Kristianne Bautista and an epic string section – we can’t imagine a more beautiful setting for an outdoor concert....
Our latest New Music Playlist is a comprehensive and eclectic mix that features amazing new songs from artists we’re just discovering – like Tycho and Kan Wakan - and artists we could never forget – like The New Pornographers and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. Turn it on and jam it out.
Join us Saturday, August 2nd as TSLC and Van Gogh combine at long last at LACMA’s Muse ‘Til Midnight event. We are so excited to be performing at the LA County Museum of Art following a dance party and DJ set by Tycho(!!).
The Silver Lake Chorus is proud to announce its first national television appearance on NUVOtv’s The Collective! The show, which features emerging artists in Los Angeles, takes you inside TSLC, from rehearsal to live concert.
We’re back with brand new music for your aural pleasure! We love new artists like Sylvan Esso and Kiesza and these new jams from indie favorites Lyyke Li, Tune-Yards, and TSLC collaborator, Sia.
Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, here’s a map of our favorite Mexican food joints in LA. Our top picks are sure to whet your appetite; whether you like authentic tacos served from a truck, organic and healthy options, or nontraditional and gourmet, we’ve got you covered!
Join us at The Satellite for another FREE SHOW – Monday, May 5th at 8:30p. No tickets required. Just show up and let us sing to you. Okay? Okay. With Air Life, Sanglorians, and Gallant – this one is sure to be a blast (space pun intended).
THANK YOU to all who graced us with your presence Monday night! We had so much fun sharing our music in our natural habitat and listening to the beautiful sounds of El May and Ryan Harrison. We were warmed by the music and the cozy camaraderie, and so look forward to doing it again!
Several members of our joy-mongering coterie headed south of Pico today to prove that music heals – both the singers and the sung to. Thanks to the West LA Medical Center and Kaiser Permanente for letting us be a part of this beautiful day!
Free, chill, intimate & on our home turf. Plus special guests! Come hang with us Monday, April 7th @ 8p at the former Pilgrim Church. 1629 Griffith Park Blvd, corner of Lucile and Griffith. Bring a blanket, have a sit, get cozy. All ages. Donations welcome and appreciated!