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GRAMMY nom for starRo's "Heavy Star Movin'" remix

GRAMMY nom for starRo’s “Heavy Star Movin'” remix

We couldn’t be more excited! StarRo’s incredible remix of “Heavy Star Movin'” (written by The Flaming Lips) just received a Grammy nomination for Best Remixed Recording. We are beyond thrilled and send a mighty congrats to starRo, our label Six Degrees Records, and everyone involved in making this happen.
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.”
Go Deep with Bruce Rave

Go Deep with Bruce Rave

Our fearless leader, Mikey Wells, goes deep with interviewer Bruce Rave.  Check out the full, unedited track on BlahBlahBlahScience!
Philthy Mag Gets Familiar with TSLC

Philthy Mag Gets Familiar with TSLC

“Of all of the long-awaited debut LPs to come out in 2015, The Silver Lake Chorus’ self-titled full-length has proven to be the most worth getting excited about (It would also make the perfect last-minute Christmas gift for your favorite aunt or cool grandparent.)  The — you-guessed-it — Silver Lake outfit – who is, indeed,...
*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...
World Cafe Radio Spot

World Cafe Radio Spot

It was a joy and an honor to be featured on npr’s World Cafe today, among such greats as Moby, Sylvan Esso, and Kermit (especially Kermit). Check out our three tunes recorded live exclusively for World Cafe, plus an interview with Music Director Mikey Wells and Arranger Heather Ogilvy right here!    
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...
Aimee Mann Talks "Easy to Die"

Aimee Mann Talks “Easy to Die”

Aimee Mann and our own Mikey Wells sat down recently with Studio 360 to talk about “Easy to Die,” the last track on our debut album. Mann cowrote the song with Paul Bryan and was inspired by a friend’s drug overdose. Despite the heavy material, Mann laughs about biting lyrics like, “Reap while the other saps dig.” Says...
Critique de Salon Album Review

Critique de Salon Album Review

Check out the wonderful review of our debut album by Critique de Salon (Lounge Review), one of the coolest music-based websites in Quebec, translated below. The recent history of music has taught us to be wary of group names. Of Montreal comes from the United States, Boards of Canada from Scotland, Barenaked Ladies is a group...
"Overboard" Video Premiere

“Overboard” Video Premiere

Ready to get your smile on? Or, in the words of LA Mag, are you ready to “See the Totally Great Silver Lake Chorus Nail a Song Written for them by Ben Lee”? LA Mag premieres the second video off our debut album, which is guaranteed to have you grinning in seconds.
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. 
Stream Our Debut Album

Stream Our Debut Album

Check out The Wall Street Journal’s Arts and Entertainment Page to stream our entire album for FREE from now til Tuesday, June 16th (when you can officially download our album and listen whenever and wherever you want)!