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Community meets Art with Sunsets at Great Scott

Community meets Art with Sunsets at Great Scott

We’ve been a part of this magical evening twice now and look forward to more collaborations. Thanks to Airstream and Sunsets at Great Scott for this gorgeous video commemorating the beauty of community, friendship, music, art, and just the right amount of twinkle lights.
Hammock's Remix Video Premieres on LA Times

Hammock’s Remix Video Premieres on LA Times

“The video for Hammock’s remix of ‘Easy to Die’ traces a day in and around the eastern edge of downtown Los Angeles. As dawn moves to dusk, cameras roll through underpopulated streets at off-peak hours, and the group sings darkly rendered lyrics about the suddenness of death that might have been penned by Edward Gorey.”
*LIVE SHOW* June 4th in Highland Park

*LIVE SHOW* June 4th in Highland Park

We’ve long loved singing Emmylou Harris’s heartening and gorgeous Timberline and are thrilled our rendition will be included on To Emmylou: A Tribute to Emmylou Harris, out June 3rd. To celebrate the record release, we’ll be singing a small set alongside the other LA-based bands who contributed to the album on Saturday, June 4th, at the...
FEB 17th at HOTEL CAFE

FEB 17th at HOTEL CAFE

We’re returning to the Hotel Cafe on Wednesday, February 17th at 9pm (sharp)! Tickets are $10 online or at the door. Venue is 21+. We’ll be spoutin’ some new tunes plus songs off our album, so make it your beeswax to be there.  
FUNNY OR DIE's Climate Change Deniers' Anthem!

FUNNY OR DIE’s Climate Change Deniers’ Anthem!

We recently recorded a new anthem for climate change deniers with our friends from FunnyOrDie.com. Cause, you know, polar bears are totes fine and stuff. (Jk. Lol. They’re not fine.) Check out the video, starring January Jones, Beau Bridges, Darren Criss, Emily Osment, Estelle, yours truly, and many more! 
*VIDEO PREMIERE* "From the Snow-Tipped Hills"

*VIDEO PREMIERE* “From the Snow-Tipped Hills”

When Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) gave TSLC “From the Snow-Tipped Hills,” arrangers Heather Ogilvy and Mikey Wells immediately connected with the meditative, peaceful sense of space it evoked. They built upon that meditation, layering voices little by little as the song gradually grows. The track swells and shifts both in terms of the vocals and the tempo, which...
October Residency at The Hotel Cafe

October Residency at The Hotel Cafe

We are thrilled to announce our first-ever residency will be at The Hotel Cafe, Monday nights in October! Tickets are available online or at the door for $10.
TOMORROW *Free Live Show* VNYL

TOMORROW *Free Live Show* VNYL

Celebrate the release of our debut album on vinyl TOMORROW with a free live show in Abbot Kinney! VNYL – Sunday, August 23rd – 2:30pm – See you there!  
The Wall Street Journal Says We're "Changing the Way People Think About Choruses"

The Wall Street Journal Says We’re “Changing the Way People Think About Choruses”

Check out the Wall Street Journal‘s article on TSLC – including their pitch for why TSLC should play Coachella! Full article below and at www.WSJ.com. “As is its custom on Monday nights, the Silver Lake Chorus is rehearsing in an abandoned church here, its pews removed from its nave but the vault providing natural amplification. With Mikey Wells as...
TROUBADOUR on Friday!

TROUBADOUR on Friday!

Come see TSLC at the Troubadour this Friday! We’ll perform around 8:45, followed by Ben Lee at 9:15. Tickets available online and at the door. Hope to see you there!
RECORD RELEASE DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

RECORD RELEASE DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Today is THE day. You can now buy our debut album, THE SILVER LAKE CHORUS, featuring never-before-heard and rare tracks by the Flaming Lips, Justin Vernon (Bon Iver), Tegan and Sara, Ben Gibbard (Death Cab for Cutie), Ben Lee, & more!
TSLC on KPCC's Take Two

TSLC on KPCC’s Take Two

Listen to music director Mikey Wells and soprano/arranger Heather Ogilvy chat with Take Two’s Alex Cohen. We’re huge fans of the show, and not to toot our own choral horns, but this interview is definitely worth a listen.