PANACHE ANNOUNCES VILLAGE OF LOVE SILENT AUCTION FEATURING ARTWORK, ONE OF A KIND PRIZES & MUSIC MEMORABILIA
The Village of Love Silent Auction is part of the VILLAGE OF LOVE Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert taking place this Sunday, October 25th 2020 from 6pm to 9pm PST. For the last eight years, Panache has hosted Valentine’s Day concerts across the country to raise money and awareness for Planned Parenthood. This is our first online event. Earlier this year, The Village of Love Benefit Series raised over $40,000 through performances in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Miami. Now, Panache is thrilled to be joining forces with their friends at Like Management & Ed. Varie to organize our first-ever silent auction. The silent auction features Artwork, One of a Kind Prizes & Music Memorabilia.
The auction is now live.
Ends Friday, October 30th at 9pm PT/ Midnight ET
Check out auction here.
Now is a really crucial time, more than ever that we need to support Planned Parenthood. As we face an election that will determine the future of access to sexual and reproductive health care it is vital that Planned Parenthood has the resources to continue providing care and expanding their advocacy efforts, including crucial outreach to get out the vote. By bidding on item (s) at our auction, you will be helping provide healthcare to all.
Anna Sheffield and Bing Bang NYC
Carly Jean Andrews
Christopher M Tandy
Hisham Akira Bharoocha
Kathleen Hanna / tees4Togo
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard
Ryan De La Hoz
Panache announces first ever online Village Of Love Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert w/ Brittany Howard, Mac DeMarco, Tenacious D, Angel Olsen, Perfume Genius & more
Panache is excited to announce the first-ever online VILLAGE OF LOVE Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert taking place Sunday, October 25th 2020 from 6pm to 9pm PST. For the last eight years, Panache has hosted Valentine’s Day concerts across the country to raise money and awareness for Planned Parenthood. Earlier this year, The Village of Love Benefit Series raised over $40,000 through performances in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, San Francisco, and Miami. Now, Panache is thrilled to be joining forces with their friends at Like Management and Live.ly to organize Village of Love’s online debut.
The event will feature renowned musicians from across the country, including Angel Olsen, Brittany Howard, Phoebe Bridgers, Kathleen Hanna, Weyes Blood, Kah-lo, Tenacious D, Mac DeMarco, and more performing originals and covers of their favorite songs. Additionally, there will be a raffle with fabulous prizes, a silent auction, a Dance Party Room, and other surprises. All proceeds will benefit Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles and New York.
Planned Parenthood needs our support more than ever. As we face an election that will determine the future of access to sexual and reproductive health care, it is vital that Planned Parenthood has the resources to continue providing care and expanding their advocacy efforts, including crucial outreach to get out and vote.
Panache expands Annual Valentine's Day Village of Love Planned Parenthood Benefit Concert to 5 Different Cities
Panache is excited to expand the Village of Love, their annual Planned Parenthood Benefit concert on Valentine’s Day to five cities this year. It will be returning to LA, Ny and Chicago as well as debuting in SF and Miami. All proceeds to go the local Planned Parenthood of that city. LA is sold out but tickets are available at the rest of the events!
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Malia and her feel good vibes
Often described as healing, Malia’s sounds aren’t just something you listen to, they’re something you feel. Originally from the pacific northwest, the alternative R&B/neo-soul songstress garnered some initial buzz after opening for The Internet’s Syd on her West Coast tour in late 2017.
Since then, she’s amassed millions of streams
Jul 6, 2021
‘The 10 compositions of Butterfly 3000 work together as a whole, interlocking with each other through synth loops and feathery, dreamy vocals. With Butterfly, King Gizz is less of an experimental prog-jam band standout and more in step with its synth-rock contemporaries—and they fit in just fine.’
Jul 1, 2021
‘The orchestral title track from Tia Cabral’s third album as SPELLLING is plenty dreamy on its own, but the woodsy, self-directed video neatly rounds off her fairytale vision. ‘
Jun 29, 2021
‘The elegant collection of twelve songs builds on the bewitching synth-based sound she’s consistently refined since 2017’s Pantheon of Me, evolving in terms of lyrical complexity, sonic richness and conceptual depth. Born largely of the past year spent in isolation, these shifts all serve to signal the exponential potential of Cabral’s creative capabilities.’
Jun 28, 2021
‘The myth-skewing, Oakland-based artist is a chameleonic pop singer on her third album. Whimsical and urgent, these are fairy tales meant to wake us up.
Jun 25, 2021
‘Tia Cabral is a shapeshifter, with an eye and ear tilting toward the fantastical. In the visuals for her experimental pop project SPELLLING, she has appeared as an entity dipped in glittery goo, a rodeo princess, and a silver-faced harlequin. In her new short film for “Turning Wheel”—the title track of her enchanting new album—Cabral leads a gaggle of circus-chic misfits up a grassy knoll, a butterfly perched on her lavender cheek.’
Jun 25, 2021
‘The Turning Wheel is inspired by a multitude of genres, “from soul to psych to pop to noise” according to the record’s liner notes, which she knits together to gradually transport listeners from an airy high to a heavy low. It’s all done in a theatrical fashion, each scene connected by raw emotion.’
Jun 25, 2021
‘We loved “Little Deer,” the immutable lead single from Oakland avant-pop artist Spellling. Her new project is entirely self-produced and enlists the talents of 31 different musicians.’
9 New Albums You Should Listen to Now: Tyler, the Creator, Faye Webster, Lucy Dacus, SPELLLING, and More
Jun 25, 2021
‘Chrystia Cabral’s new album as SPELLLING was led by the single “Little Deer”—a song she called a “thesis track” of the LP because “it accomplishes this strong impression of theater that I was striving for with the album as a whole.” Learn more in the new feature “How Dracula, Tarot Cards, and Drinking in the Shower Inspired SPELLLING’s New Album.”’
Jun 21, 2021
‘The Turning Wheel, SPELLLING’s latest work, is exactly that—a mesmerizing, inventive, and infectious work sprawling in beautiful new directions from past acclaimed albums like Mazy Fly. The Sacred Bones release drops June 25 and deserves to be heard by the masses…’
Jun 20, 2021
‘Little Deer,” the first single from Cabral’s third album The Turning Wheel, proves what she’s capable of with a lot more room to stretch out and build upon the already captivating foundation she’s established. Dramatic piano chords ring out against a cinematic array of strings, with twinkly synths climbing toward starlight. It’s a stunner from the outset, but by the chorus it becomes truly breathtaking…’
Jun 20, 2021
‘An album of contrasts and juxtaposition, The Turning Wheel is an exploration of cycles and coefficients, its two halves comprising a set of bright orchestral pop against an underbelly of big-production gothic dirges.’
Jun 15, 2021
‘Butterfly 3000 is the latest offering, a melodic and psychedelic affair that certainly justifies the band’s prolific nature.’
Jun 14, 2021
‘King Gizzard is back with Butterfly 3000, their second album of the year, and one that’s both melodic and psychedelic. What makes Butterfly 3000 unique for King Gizz is that, while elements of psych-rock are scattered throughout the band’s discography, this album is straight up psychedelic from start to finish with modular synths and arpeggio loops proving another departure for the band.’
Jun 11, 2021
‘The third album in seven months from ever-prolific psych-overlords King Gizzard also happens to be their most radical departure yet’
Jun 11, 2021
‘It’s already the most prolific band you’ve heard of but never listened to, but after 18 wildly different albums in a decade, Australia’s King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard is still just getting warmed up. On the heels of two loud and unusual LPs written in the decidedly non-Western microtonal tuning, King Gizzard’s latest release, “Butterfly 3000,” marks a radical shift toward smile-inducing songs built on synth arpeggios, danceable beats and honest-to-goodness singalong choruses.’
Jun 11, 2021
‘Album number 18 was recorded in the band’s homes during the pandemic, and trades psych-rock blitzes for a finely-woven sprawl of synth programming and MIDI sequences.’
Jun 10, 2021
‘King Gizzard magically arrived at their most generously melodic and open-hearted album to date. It wouldn’t be accurate to call Butterfly 3000 the band’s synth-pop album. Their trademark motorik thrust is still in effect; it simply veers toward the more electro-curious side of the kosmiche-rock canon — less “Mother Sky,” more Harmonia.’
Jun 9, 2021
‘The Turning Wheel is Chrystia Cabral’s third album as SPELLLING, and it marks a turn toward lush orchestration (featuring no fewer than 31 collaborative musicians) and fanciful storytelling.’
Jun 9, 2021
‘King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard aren’t really a psychedelic rock band. It’s a useful, off-hand label for a group that’s so genre averse they wrap each album in a new songwriting gimmick, but the raw garage-psych of their early years is firmly over. Their latest release, ‘Butterfly 3000’, is both the closest and furthest they’ve come to returning to these roots, as they submerge themselves in the breathy vocals of dream pop.’
Jun 8, 2021
‘As SPELLLING, Chrystia Cabral has been making darkly alluring experimental pop for years. The Turning Wheel maintains the darkness, the allure, and Cabral’s experimental touch, yet she has turned up the pop quotient significantly here.’
Jun 2, 2021
‘SPELLLING is releasing her new album, The Turning Wheel, in a couple weeks. We’ve heard two tracks from it so far, “Little Dear” and “Boys At School,” and today we’re getting the title track, which sounds like an elaborate ’60s pop fantasia with an appropriately theatrical video to match.’
May 31, 2021
‘Hot in front! The Murlocs - the Melbourne band, led by Ambrose Kenny-Smith and Cook Craig of King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - have shared their new single “Eating at You,” the final single from their upcoming fifth studio album, Bittersweet Demons , which will be released on June 25 (via the label Flightless Records).’
May 19, 2021
‘Not only are we getting a new album from Reigning Sound, we’re also getting a tour! The band, gearing up to release A Little More Time with Reigning Sound this Friday, May 21, has announced 2022 performances on both coasts; a full list of dates can be found below, and tickets go on sale Friday at 11am ET.’
May 17, 2021
‘Los Angeles garage psych punk purveyors Osees rolled in to Red Rocks Amphitheatre Saturday May 15th for a one-off show to one of the last pandemic-limited crowds of the early 2021 season. Threatening weather moved out of the area just in time, leaving clear skies and perfect temperatures for the sold out, pandemic-limited* crowd.’
Review: A Change In Plans Reunites The Original Members Of Reigning Sound on The Band’s First Release In Seven Years
May 17, 2021
‘The pandemic has changed many lives and plans over the course of its grip on the world. Reigning Sound frontman Greg Cartwright is an example.
He was planning to record the follow up to the 2014 Daptone label release with the NYC musicians who contributed to that album and its subsequent tour. But since New York was a hot spot for infection early on, procedures changed. Although he never expected to reconvene with the Memphis guys that comprised the original Reigning Sound on its 2001 debut, that was a logical judgment in light of the circumstances.’