Walla was formed in Los Angeles in 2012. Although being based out of L.A., Walla has roots in different parts of the world. Italy, Idonesia, Trinidad and Tobago, the U.S., Mexico/El Salvador and fuses together different cultures in their music.
Their main goal has always been making good music and writing catchy songs. Walla’s music has been featured on Billboard, MTV Buzzworthy, Nylon, and Snapchat. It has reached #1 on Hypem and also has reached 14 million plays on Spotify. All this being done without a record label.
With their newly integrated singer Jean Marc, Walla embarks on a new journey. They are currently working on a new EP and will be releasing new music early 2016.
So Many Wizards started out in 2009 as the dreamy indie solo project of Long Beach musician Nima Kazerouni. In its beginnings, the band's shows consisted of Kazerouni performing in front of television sets stacked on top of each other, playing synced-up backing tracks. The band slowly expanded into a quartet, and continues to be a rising dream punk force following the release of their debut album, Warm Nothing.
Ubiquitous Love Tribe collective of artists of various mediums striving through creative expression to spread and indulge an appreciation of unique subjective perspective for its own sake, as well as to give and proliferate love, compassion, sincerity, warmth and light-heartedness.
Mr. Moon is an indie alternative band based in Los Angeles, CA. Starting as the solo project of Michael de Virgilio, Mr. Moon has become a full band with the addition of guitarist, Cory McClintic, drummer, Daniel Coles, and bassist, Miller Klitsner. All students at UCLA, Mr. Moon has played several local shows in the Los Angeles, including one at The Cinema Bar in Culver City. Mr. Moon creates mellow indie rock with elements of jazz and folk and seeks to present their music as bittersweet nostalgia, in an attempt to mollify the emptiness of the present.
Westwood Village Entertainment Group is a collective of various vocalist/rap artist, producers, songwriters, and musicians that have the passion of making and producing music in the genres of Hip-Hop, Jazz, R&B, and Pop music. WVEG enjoys making and playing good music that can impact the lives of people. Not only is Westwood Village ENT a collective that focuses on the musical art but have members that are into the art of fashion and media entertainment. The group is from different urban communities of America but all met in Westwood, Los Angeles,CA for the goal of creating a trend in pop-culture that can reach the masses from colleges and universities to the whole world.
Triangle Fire is an alternative/rock band from the greater LA region. Soulful, sweet, passionate; so simple, so switch.
Stefan Dismond is your next favorite rapper. Though born in Virginia, Stefan would spend the majority of his adolescence in Northern California, and in the humble hills of a Bay Area suburb, he spit his first sixteen. Stefan now resides in Los Angeles, attending the prestigious UCLA. When asked about his experiences at college, he merely replied "Follow me on Soundcloud."
Abel is Adam and Bob. You can usually find Adam serving your friends overpriced pizza at CPK and Bob strolling around campus in a robe. Adam and Bob met by chance at UCLA when they both joined Resonance A Capella, and now they dedicate most of their time to doing music things together. Their favorite memory is eating cracker barrel last winter break.