The Chavez Ravine—named of course after an infamous part of L.A. history—is the L.A. trio with Phil Guerrero on drums, Mando Lopez on bass and Manny Nieto on guitar and vocals, and between them they have a significant discography dating back to the 90s—and of course Nieto is a storied L.A. studio engineer (now at Suplex Audio) who's worked with Health, the Breeders, Tweak Bird, Traps PS and much more. They like to describe themselves as Devo meets the Wipers, but "Bermuda Triangle" has a nicely noisy Psychocandy-style love-song-gone-wrong feel. Says Nieto" /> L.A. Record

TRACK PREMIERE: THE CHAVEZ RAVINE “BERMUDA TRIANGLE”

August 16th, 2018 | Listen

The Chavez Ravine—named of course after an infamous part of L.A. history—is the L.A. trio with Phil Guerrero on drums, Mando Lopez on bass and Manny Nieto on guitar and vocals, and between them they have a significant discography dating back to the 90s—and of course Nieto is a storied L.A. studio engineer (now at Suplex Audio) who’s worked with Health, the Breeders, Tweak Bird, Traps PS and much more. They like to describe themselves as Devo meets the Wipers, but “Bermuda Triangle” has a nicely noisy Psychocandy-style love-song-gone-wrong feel. Says Nieto: “‘Bermuda Triangle’ is about love that’s vanished off the planet! Mysteries that have left us wondering what the fuck happened.” “Bermuda Triangle” is coming soon as part of Dangerbird’s monthly Microdose singles series and you can visit the band here!