La Luz = The Ronnetes + The Starlets + Haibibi + Lyn and the Invaders
Weirdo Shrine was produced by garage legend Ty Segall, and it captures the unique energy and passion of this brilliant rock n’ roll group. In contrast to their first LP, It’s Alive, which was almost joyfully up-tempo from the start, La Luz define Weirdo Shrine with thoughtfully deeper and heavily soulful melodies like in the track “Sleep Till You Die.”
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Digging through records is a great way to discover bands, and this is how I came across La Luz. After procuring La Luz’s It’s Alive from Albatross Recordings and Ephemera, I took it home, dropped the needle and then soon began to uncontrollably gyrate to the surf-soulful sound of the first track, “Sure is Spring.” So, when I found out that La Luz was coming back to Salt Lake on Sept. 10 at Urban Lounge and that they released their new LP, Weirdo Shrine, through Hardly Art on Aug. 7, I felt that it was time to get the particulars surrounding all this excitement from guitarist and founder Shana Cleveland.
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