Haunted High ft. Ramonda Hammer

Haunted High ft. Ramonda Hammer

Spare Parts For Broken Hearts, Velvet, New Evil

Sat · October 28, 2017

8:00 pm

$10.00

This event is 21 and over

Ramonda Hammer
Ramonda Hammer
Ramonda Hammer is a Los Angeles grunge-pop quartet who's band name comes from a lady featured on the former television show Cheaters. That show, in and of itself, represents how front-woman and band founder Devin Davis views life - it's a mix of sad and funny, some people learn and some people don't, and we take what we can to do what we can. In her songwriting, Davis plays with quirky chord progressions, time signature and tempo changes, and dynamic, biting vocal melodies - akin to many of the alternative and grunge bands that made an impact in the 90s. The other three fourths of Ramonda Hammer - Andy Hengl, Justin Geter, and Danny Louangxay - turn Davis' songs into fully flourished anthems! The band's debut album drops April, 2016. It's titled Whatever That Means, which is not only a playful nod to everyone who's puzzled by the band's name, but is a lyric from a track on the album. If you want to stay Hammered, follow the band on all forms of social media.
Spare Parts For Broken Hearts
Spare Parts For Broken Hearts
With walls of distortion, driving low-end rhythms & raw colossal vocal angst “Spare Parts for Broken Hearts” (SP/BH) create an emotionally charged experience for Post-Grunge fans. The Long Beach/LA based band combine a ‘90s influenced style of unpredictable chaos and feedback fused with a straight forward approach to raw riffs and pop sensibility. They build upon dark melodic layers with meaningful and melancholy storytelling to create
an authentic and visceral delivery.

The trio formed in 2010 in a rehearsal space near Downtown Los Angeles. SP/BH is vocalist Sarah Green (SG) on guitar & bass, alternating guitar & bass with Laurita Guaico, and Mikey Vallejo on drums.
New Evil
New Evil
Brought together by the graces of Craigslist, NEW EViL began touring local music venues as feverishly as they could with the help of Play Like a Girl, a female identified musicians collective, who recognized the band for their inspiring high energy live performance style packed with lyrics that speak about social issues and current events. After numerous shows in Los Angeles, the audience's general reaction was summed up into one statement: "I've never seen anything like this before. It wasn't just a rock show, it was an experience". The band has shared bills with notable female fronted acts such as Le Butcherettes, and Barb Wire Dolls. They received an official Certificate of Recognition by the city of Los Angeles, and their animated performance inspired Cartoon Network’s Power Puff Girls artist Benjamin P Carow so much that he drew the band in his recognizable “power puff” style. The band launched a successful crowdfunding campaign raising thousands of dollars to record their first studio album ‘A Witch Shall be Born’. The album was recorded by John Would (Fiona Apple, HBO’s True Blood) at Stanley Recordings. Their new single ‘King of the River’ will be released by PLAG Records this fall, as well as a professionally choreographed full on fight scene music video for their song ‘Pale Skin Latin Girls’.
Venue Information:
The Hi Hat
5043 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90042