Reviews
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,...
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...
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...
"Hold Up For" Video Premiere!

“Hold Up For” Video Premiere!

Check out our music video for “Hold Up For,” written for the chorus by Tegan and Sara and performed by the women of TSLC!  Stereogum says, “It’s probably the cutest thing you’ll see all week. Heart-eyed emoji times three.”  (That’s high-praise for something that doesn’t even include inter-species friendship!)
New Song Debut & Album Pre-Order

New Song Debut & Album Pre-Order

Check out Consequence of Sound today for their exclusive debut of TSLC’s HEAVY STAR MOVIN’ written by The Flaming Lips.  Reviewer Michelle Geslani writes, “Not unlike something plucked from the Lips’ expansive repertoire, the hauntingly beautiful track evokes a surreal, out-of-body experience, as though one’s consciousness is tumbling aimlessly through a color-splashed alternate universe.”
Paste Review

Paste Review

Check out the full article on Paste.com. “It seems that by default experimentation should be synonymous with indie music, as artists strive to find novel ways at approaching the sonic medium for listeners to enjoy. So it should seem as no surprise that it was only a matter of time before someone thought to arrange...
LA Weekly

LA Weekly

Check out the full article on LA Weekly Blog “The Silver Lake Chorus formed in the winter of 2010 through word of mouth, flyers (“can you or anyone you know sing tenor?”) and Facebook. Auditions pared 60 hopeful singers down to a choir of 25 young men and women, many of whom had previous choral...
Consequence of Sound Review

Consequence of Sound Review

Check out the full article on Consequence of Sound. “When listening to The Silver Lake Chorus’ “From the Snow Tipped Hills”, one cannot help but think of Bon Iver. Maybe it’s the wilderness’ comforting solitude of the song’s namesake, or it could be the hushed fragility in the vocal timbre that argues in favor of the idea that...
W Magazine Review

W Magazine Review

Read the full article at WMagazine.com. “The chorus, made up of a ragtag bunch of 20-odd twentysomethings (and a few 30-plus geezers), has a cult following in L.A. and is known for its indie playlist and sophisticated a cappella arrangements. The group’s members are cute and unabashed (they call their performances joy mongering), and although amateurs,...
TSLC in LA Confidential!

TSLC in LA Confidential!

“Just when you thought GLEE had taken choirs as far on the cool scale as possible, a group of predominantly Eastsiders is taking choral music to an entirely new level with The Silver Lake Chorus. With a stable of cover tunes and original alt rock songs in its repertoire, this vocally gifted line-up of hipsters...