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Ben Millburn / Libbie Schrader / Evan Diamond / Ohsergio

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Ben Millburn / Libbie Schrader / Evan Diamond / Ohsergio
Wednesday, August 9, 2017 7:45 PM
The Mint, Los Angeles, CA
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00
  • Door Time: 7:15 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
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  • Ben Millburn

    Ben Millburn

    Waking up from a dream can be a harrowing experience. Louisiana born and Austin based artist Ben Millburn has woken up from his dream with Part Two of his EP series entitled “The Balance EPs.” In December 2015 Millburn released Part One, Strange Love & Consequence, which was inspired by and born largely out of a recurring dream. This first EP related not just to the dreams of sleep but also to the ambitions of pursuing music.
    Local Honey, Part Two of The Balance EPs, is less about chasing these dreams than it is about dealing with them. After arriving in Austin, Millburn spent some time in isolation writing a set of stripped down songs meant to act as a counterpoint to Strange Love & Consequence. Featuring sparse arrangements and minimalistic production Local Honey is the soft to Strange Love & Consequence’s loud. While the guitars may have less distortion and the drums may be stripped away, the focus on melody and harmony remain, and take center stage. If Strange Love & Consequence was the house party then Local Honey is waking up at the house the morning after.
    Musical and lyrical ties exist between the similarly numbered tracks on each EP making the series an exercise in duality. Millburn grapples with the same issues from alternative sides, arranges similar chords in a different way, and takes opposing approaches to production on the two EPs. The result is two EPs presenting contrary forces that are actually complementary, as the shadow cannot exist without the light.
    The single of the bunch, “I’ll Go”, is perfectly representative of the album’s concept. Millburn’s slap back vocal is accompanied only by his guitar, yet the space allows room for a haunting emotion to reside. He chose this song as the single for the same reasons that he chose “Don’t You Wait” as the single off of Part One. He wrote each song in as long as it took to play them, as they presented themselves fully formed.
    Again producing the EP himself, Millburn returned to Jim Eno of Spoon’s Public HiFi in Austin to record, and he played all of the instruments himself with additional vocals from Ashley Cowart. The songs were recorded and mixed in a single weekend with the help of engineer Brad Bell.

  • Ohsergio


  • Libbie Schrader

    Libbie Schrader

    Oregon-raised and Brooklyn-based, Libbie Schrader is a singer/songwriter with a passionate alt-pop/rock style. Libbie was the first winner of the Pantene Pro-Voice competition, beating out over 1,200 other female-fronted acts when she opened for Jewel at SummerStage in New York's Central Park. Prizes included a nationwide club tour at venues including the House of Blues in New Orleans and the Roxy in Los Angeles, as well as a demo deal with Atlantic Records. Schrader's band also took part in Jewel's "Soul City Cafe" program for independent artists, and as a result she opened three shows on Jewel's "This Way" tour. Libbie received a coveted MySpace feature in 2006, and she also appeared on the 2006 Gilmore Girls season finale performing her song "Sweet When You Wanna Be." Her song "Wish You Were the Woman" was a semi-finalist in the 2007 International Songwriting Competition. Libbie's songs are featured regularly in a wide variety of MTV shows. In 2008 her songs appeared on "The Hills," "True Life," and "Parental Control," to name a few. She received an ASCAPlus award in both 2008 and 2009, and she performed her song "War on Science" on the WNBC television show "The Jimmy Lloyd Songwriter Showcase" in early 2010. .... Recommend Libbie on ..The Sixty One.. .... Keep up with Libbie on ..Twitter..! .... Libbie Schrader is a YAMAHA endorsed artist. Support Libbie's EP at her ..Pledge Music.. page today!

  • Evan Diamond

    Evan Diamond

    Nicknamed by some as "The Diamond Girl", Evan Diamond is truly unstoppable. After leaving her hometown of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and moving to Southern California in pursuit of her dream to be a musician, she has proved that that was indeed the right choice.
    Not only is she constantly playing shows all over Southern California, but she's also racked up a number of accolades such as being chosen, along with only 8 other artists to perform at the 2016 San Diego County Fair's Acoustic Showcase, which showcased the best new artists in San Diego County. 
    With writing influenced heavily by Carole King, The Beatles, The 1975, Ed Sheeran and Lana Del Rey, Evan Diamond's music spans a multitude of genres, making her incredibly unique. 
    With an album release planned for this fall, Evan Diamond is sure to leave her mark. Armed with her acoustic guitar and loop pedal, she's breathing some much needed new life into the music industry and hoping to inspire others with her music along her journey to the top. 

Set Times:
  • 07:45 PM - Ohsergio
  • 08:30 PM - Libbie Schrader
  • 09:15 PM - Ben Millburn
  • 10:20 PM - Evan Diamond

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