Growing up in Pasadena and attending the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, Phoebe Bridgers has had a long musical relationship with LA. “Los Angeles is interwoven into my music inherently,” she says. “I don’t necessarily try to reference it, but because I’m pulling from experience it just appears. A lot of shit goes down wherever you may grow up.” Her collaborations are impressive to say the least with both John Doe and Conor Oberst appearing on her debut album. Her latest record Stranger in the Alps released September 2017 via Dead Oceans.
Neighborhood music shop with a wide range of instruments plus repairs & a performance space.
Family-run pizzeria turns out Chicago-style, deep-dish pies with vegan options, plus bread pudding.
Historic 1923 cinema features 3 pint-sized theaters with digital sound & picture.