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In Audela / Michelle Aryan / ZØYA / Tara Beier

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In Audela / Michelle Aryan / ZØYA / Tara Beier
Thursday, May 18, 2017 8:30 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00
  • Door Time: 8:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over

Performing Artists (Click on Artist for Reviews and Previews)
  • In Audela

    In Audela

    "In Audela" is a folk/ progressive concept from Virginia comprised of singer songwriter/ guitarist Alex Mackey. Since late 2011 Alex began traveling from Tokyo to Los Angeles to London while writing, and experimenting with alternative sounds to bring to life a sense of folk less advanced with subtle warm lyrics from a tragic story of coming to life after leaving a his toxic environment. 

  • Michelle Aryan

    Michelle Aryan

    Michelle Aryan is a singer, song-writer and actress from the suburbs of Philadelphia, PA. She is of Armenian and Jewish decent and speaks fluent Russian. Michelle has her own unique style that is sure to turn heads with her raspy yet sultry tone. She has performed at various venues in cities such as: Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and New York.  Growing up, Michelle listened to the likes of Frank Sinatra, Eminem, Amy Winehouse, Alicia Keys, Etta James and Ella Fitzgerald. She used these artists as inspirations for her own music and has created an interesting sound of Pop, Soul, R&B, Jazz and elements of Hip Hop. 
    Michelle is currently working with the following veteran producers on her debut project:  
    Kwamé - (Will Smith, Christina Aguilera, Pussycat Dolls, Mary J. Blige)
    James Poyser of "The Roots" - Grammy Award Winner (John Legend, Mariah Carey, Jill Scott, Lauryn Hill, 
    Erykah Badu)
    DJ Dummy - DJ / Music Director for J. Cole & Common (J. Cole, Chris Brown, Common, Raheem Devaughn)
    Her music is driven to inspire her listeners, as she says: "I want my songs to touch people- so much that they really relate to the lyrics and use them to get through whatever situation they have in life" 

  • ZYA


    ZØYA is an independent recording artist, singer-songwriter, musician and storyteller based in Los Angeles, CA. Her raspy, pure, emotional vocals along with unique and spunky presence on stage will wake you up if you're asleep and surely will grab your attention right away. The largest part of her music is about struggles that she was going through in her life, especially during her teenage years. Her songs are for those who need encouragement or a positive vibe throughout their day. Though mistreated by others in the past, ZØYA now imbues her music with the kind of soul somebody only gets by aligning an inner fire with a greater power. ZØYA believes that music heals and she wants to reach out to those folks who struggle with the same issues as she did, so that way they could open up and acknowledge their struggle, understand that they're not alone in this world, and that there is always a hope, a new beginning, and that way their wounds will quickly heal. Her latest single 'I Still Believe' is an emotional, and empowering song that highlights the importance of believing and having steadfastness in faith, and encourages everyone to 'still believe' despite the circumstance or situation in life. 

    ZØYA (also known as Zoya Naumchik) was born in Pinsk, Belarus on September 4, 1993. She grew up in Columbus, Ohio after immigrating to the United States at the age of 11. She was raised in a Christian household. She grew up listening to inspirational, worship, gospel, and jazz music cassettes and CDs. ZØYA began writing songs and poems at the age 6. She trained at the Columbus International Children’s Choir Academy. ZØYA was also classically trained on the piano. At 13, she recorded her worship music album called Shalom at her local church. She also wrote her first ballad at 13. At 15, she recorded her second album, Gratitude, in the Columbus Musicol Studio. Both albums are covers of Russian worship songs but injected with ZØYA’s authentic performance and delivery. Her cover of the Russian song 'Mama, Milaya Mama' has reached over 165,000 organic views on YouTube. ZØYA is also a songwriter and composer. To this day, ZØYA has written over 50 songs, which include the music and lyrics. ZØYA has played for fans in Ohio, California, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Florida, and Washington D.C. She also performed in Canada and Belarus. In 2014, ZØYA traveled to Minsk, Belarus to record and perform her new music. She also recorded singles such as "No Need to Worry" and "God is God" at the Studio Nerv-Records while she was there. Both singles were released independently in mid-August the same year on iTunes, Spotify, Jango Radio, CD Baby and other digital music stores. In November 2014, 'No Need to Worry' was heard by thousands in Ufa, Russia since it was played on the radio inside of the city’s luxurious coffee shops. Her second Russian power ballad single 'God is God' took over the Russian Christian social media right after its release. 

    On April 7, 2017, ZØYA released her debut EP called Veracious Heart, which includes the songs “I Still Believe” and “Chaos in My Head”. She wrote the lyrics and music for the songs on the EP, as well as co-produced it. ZØYA wrote many of her songs about the struggles that she went through while she was a teenager. “I Still Believe” highlights the importance of faith and encourages everyone to keep their faith through every circumstance in life. She managed to kick off the 'Veracious Heart Tour' independently in May same year in the support of her new EP. 

    Her single "I Still Believe" was streamed on 300+ college radio stations in United States as well as local radio stations in US, UK and Russia. Her headlining tour in the support of her EP consisted of multiple Los Angeles shows as well as a few festivals in Columbus, Ohio such as Fashion Meets Music Festival(which saw around 150,000 attendees in previous years) alongside with DNCE, Third Eye Blind, Tegan & Sara and Fetty Wap. 

    ZØYA directed two music videos, which are scheduled to be released in the winter of 2018 for her singles “I Still Believe” and “Chaos in My Head”. In addition, ZØYA is also passionate and outspoken about social issues such as immigration, human trafficking, education, poverty and children. She also volunteered for the non-profits such as Fight For Children Foundation, Bonner Scholars Program and City of Athens, WV and interned at the U.S. House of Representatives for the Speaker of the House. ZØYA is a practicing Christian. Faith plays an important part in her singing and songwriting, though she does not consider herself a part of the Christian music genre. Her main goal is to, "share my story with Everyone, give encouragement through music and dynamic live shows, and most importantly, spread the message of love, hope and self-empowerment."

  • Tara Beier

    Tara Beier

    “Drawing influences from Laura Nyro and Joni Mitchell, to Neil Young and Fleetwood Mac… brilliant song composition with an original voice.”
    Indie Spoonful (US)
    “One-of-a kind Canadian indie rock… definitely worth hearing.” Popmatters
    “Beier’s combination of styles and sounds, ranging from simple acoustic ballads to catchy pop-like melodies prove that she can take any vibe and truly make it her own.” The Deli Magazine (New York)
    “A modern flower child, evolving in her own musical world that is like no other.” Haute Punch (Montreal)
    “From the percussive psychedelic folk to the minimal dark acoustic blues, you’ll suspect Zeppelin.” Folk Radio UK
    On her new six-song EP, California 1970, Tara Beier firmly establishes herself as a powerful new voice within the alt-folk scene. Drawing from the full range of her influences, from traditional folk and blues to classic rock and psychedelia, Beier bridges past and future sounds while offering a lyrical perspective both personal and universal.
    Based jointly in Toronto and Los Angeles, Beier produced California 1970 herself at legendary L.A. studio The Village Recorder, joined by guitarist Adam Zimmon (Iggy Pop, Shakira), drummer Tripp Beam (Moby), bassist Eliot Lorango (Sea Wolf), and keyboardist Sasha Smith (Ariana Grande, Linda Perry). Additional sessions were held at former Guns N’ Roses drummer Matt Sorum’s studio.
    Not surprisingly, the songs on California 1970 reflect, on the whole, her recent time living in L.A., using the city as a conduit for some deeply personal themes. Opening track “Fool’s Paradise” sets the bar high with its taut, slow-burning message of seeking the truth, before exploding by the end into a soaring, string-led chorus. For these traits and others, the song was chosen for the EP’s first video shot at Zorthian Ranch, one of L.A.’s most cherished artist-friendly locations.
    Born and raised in Vancouver, Beier is also an award-winning filmmaker. Her most recent project is Covered, which saw her taking on the role of Buffy Sainte-Marie and spending a year immersed in the life and music of the Canadian folk icon. Now with California 1970, Beier is proving that she herself is a singer/songwriter whose time has come.

Set Times:
  • 08:30 PM - Michelle Aryan
  • 09:30 PM - ZYA
  • 10:30 PM - In Audela
  • 11:35 PM - Tara Beier

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