Chela

The Hi Hat, We Found New Music & Beating Lights Present

Chela

Disco Shrine, Zealyn, Axel Mansoor

Thu · August 24, 2017

8:00 pm

$7.00

This event is 21 and over

Chela
Chela
House singer from Melbourne, Australia.
Disco Shrine
Disco Shrine
The dichotomy of Disco Shrine is inherent in their name. Half party, half spiritual devotion to said party. One thing is certain; they are damn serious about having a damn good time. And that’s what their debut EP Soft Fur is all about. Falling in love? Dance it up. Broken heart? Dance it out. Bored? Dance it through. Lazy? Just go home then.
Zealyn
Zealyn
Zealyn is a Los Angeles based alternative / electronic singer and songwriter. She made her debut in 2016 by releasing an EP titled Limbic System where she took a more experimental, alternative approach to her music. Filled with vocal hooks, programmed drum loops, piano chords and layers of electronics, Zealyn's music occupies the middle ground between the digital and the organic. Limbic System takes the best of both worlds, with Zealyn's voice gluing together seven songs that are meant to be felt as much as heard.
Axel Mansoor
Singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Axel Mansoor has lived in 5 different countries across 4 continents but currently calls Los Angeles home. He believes that flaws are one of the most important aspects of a person. The contrast they create makes us who we are; from our flaws, our strengths arise. It comes as no surprise that his music is more than just catchy indie pop. In his songs, themes of transformation and self-love triumph throughout, one of the underlying messages is the realization that you don’t need to rely on others to feel validated. Authentic, bold, and honest, “Wasted My Love” marked a vibrant 2017 debut for Axel Mansoor. The single reached #5 on Spotify’s US Viral 50 chart and received praise from EARMILK, Indie Shuffle, Hillydilly, Ones To Watch and more. Follow-up single “Out of My Head” also garnered recognition across the music community topping the Hype Machine popular chart and earning spots on Spotify’s coveted New Music Friday playlists in several different countries. Song by song, the LA-based artist plans on showing listeners that it’s okay to make genuine and emotion-driven music without having to slap a label on it.
Venue Information:
The Hi Hat
5043 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90042