Check out our favorite songs of 2016, compiled into a massively delightful playlist full of joy, inspiration, and love. From us to you. Happy holidays!
The first song off our forthcoming remix album is available now on Spotify! Vastly dreamy and sonically stunning we couldn’t be more in love with the ethereal treatment Hammock gave “Easy to Die,” originally written for the Chorus by Aimee Mann. Do your ears and brains a favor and give the re-imagined “Easy to Die” a listen.
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...
In the words of Ra Ra Riot’s “Absolutely,” “It’s the year of absolutely crushing absolutely everything!” Apparently the entire indie music scene was listening because this year is off to an incredible start. Enjoy our bonus-sized new music playlist because there’s just TOO MUCH great music out there and sharing is caring (SO SHARE AWAY)....
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.
We cannot believe the year is almost over! Time for TSLC’s year-end Best Songs of 2015 Spotify playlist, featuring an eclectic mix of our members’ favorite songs of the year. Guaranteed to be the best, most magical way to expand your music library, stay current, and improve your day.
Ever wanted to be in the center of a room filled with twenty singers crooning to you in 360-degree harmony? Well, your dream just came true. Check out our interactive Facebook 360 video, where you can drag the image up, down, and all around.
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...
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.
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!