Hot Sauce, Lila Gold

RisingSons Independent & Union Presents

Hot Sauce

Lila Gold

Cuesta Loeb, Dingo Down, Tantive

Thu · August 31, 2017

8:00 pm

Union Nightclub - Jewel's Room

$5.00

This event is 19 and over

Hot Sauce
Hot Sauce
Live Bands, live art, and good times
Cuesta Loeb
Cuesta Loeb
NYC native, Christina Cuesta Loeb (who dropped the "Christina" for her debut solo project) comes from a family of musicians. Born to world-renown jazz guitarist Chuck Loeb and Spanish singer-songwriter/actress Carmen Cuesta, she grew up between the US and Spain, studying classical flute and bassoon. While she really enjoyed performing and playing in orchestras, Cuesta Loeb was unable to find her voice in classical music. In 2015, she moved to Los Angeles and began experimenting in her own songwriting and production.

Inspired by Green Day, The Smashing Pumpkins, Fiona Apple, and (early) Sheryl Crow, she combined her love of dark, haunting melodies with dreamy, etherial instrumentation and vocals. She found her home somewhere in the world of Dream Pop, with a blend of everything from acoustic ukuleles to Shoegaze-heavy guitars. From this, she self-produced and recorded her first 4 track EP, Dive, to be independently released in September of 2016.
Dingo Down
Dingo Down
Stomping the stage since 2013, Dingo Down is a face-melting, baby-eating tour de force, keeping Rock & Roll alive in Los Angeles.

Frontwoman Rachael Hyland is a brassy lass with feisty banter and savage vocals on every stage. This Dingo Dame is scrappy enough to keep the pack in line, and keeps the crowd howling. She might just kick your face in, wearing her most sassy boots (of course!)

Chiron Bloch’s virtuosic guitar stylings straddle the chasm between surf punk and jazz fusion. He also happens to be the band’s resident techie, beardo and existential cyber-brat.

Matt Pinkus brings clever, catalytic bass lines that frolic across the frets, while invoking whimsy, funk, and ancient Gypsy Curses. He has recently discovered that he is lactose intolerant, which may have been the result of said Gypsy Curse.

Bombastic Backbone and Dingo Drummer Ian “Hollywood” Taylor keeps the Dingo Dudes in fine formation with quaking metal rhythms. The only thing more meticulous than his beats are his clockwork hair appointments.

They are best experienced live and loud in L.A., but for a quick fix between shows, check out their 2015 EP “Pony Up” at the Dingo Store. For a daily dose of Dingo, find them on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Off the stage, you might find them plotting and scheming in the back corner of their favorite garden Cantina. Howl at them at dingodownband@gmail.com
Venue Information:
Union Nightclub - Jewel's Room
4067 West Pico Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA, 90019