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Event DetailsTalk Time Residency with YIP YOPS & Dyllan - Free Show - Beer Flights - Free Food & More!
TALK TIME was created from scratch in a warehouse in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood of East Los Angeles, California. The band channeled their love for catchy yet experimental pop resulting in an exciting lush sound that filters their influences through laid back Californian sensibilities.
Part of the way through the writing process, TALK TIME attracted the attention of producer/engineer Matt (Math) Bishop (Silversun Pickups, Two Door Cinema Club, The Killers). Math was brought on to engineer and co-produce a batch of songs, all available now on their debut EP Year of Self.
The Coachella Valley is where YIP YOPS were born and still call home. However, there’s an indefinable and indescribable urge that spurned the duo - frontman Ison Van Winkle and drummer Ross Murakami - to send their own kind of aftershocks through alternative music. The band’s singular sound could’ve been signed to Factory Records in 1981, but feels at home on your favorite Spotify playlist. That’s why the pair achieved the seemingly insurmountable within a few years of crystallizing its lineup. They went from gracing the stage at Coachella and touring the West Coast to building an organic buzz online. Counting New Order, The Smiths, and Pink Floyd among myriad influences, their sound tempers layered harmonies over swooning synths, robust accentuated guitars, and hyper-charged beats. Rising out from the area’s monolithic musical shadow, they prove the classic possibilities of musicians jamming in a suburban garage. 2019 sees the duo release more music as they push the single “She” and hit the road supporting KONGOS and FITNESS.
Soulful Los-Angeles based songstress DYLLAN interplays edgy melodies, rich textures and intimate storytelling to create music that invites the listener into a world of unapologetic sensitivity and emotion. Influenced by producers such as James Blake and Christine and the Queens, her sound blends trap beats, electric guitars and pop production. Her most recent single, “Walk Sideways,” premiered on Billboard.
“DYLLAN uses her silvery tones to create a sorrowful mixture of experimental live and electronic instruments, with ear-worming repetitive hooks, entangling the listener within the capturing message in a bottle of ‘Walk Sideways’.” - Born Music Online