Photos by Debi Del Grande Family, friends, art, drinks, a mariachi band, buttons, celebratory piss into a veuve clicquot bottle, a really cute dog and a brand spanking new album Head in the Dirt were part of Hanni El Khatib’s exhibit on Saturday night. Don’t miss him at Coachella.
Hanni El Khatib
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April 11th, 2012 · No Comments
Fresh off the announcement that The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach will produce the garage/soul rocker’s sophomore album, Hanni El Khatib started a month long tour at The Satellite. The ring-leader of “knife fight music” has been touring relentlessly, promoting Will The Guns Come Out, and is quickly becoming indie rock’s newest hardcore darling. The much-deserved [...]
APR. 6: L.A. RECORD PRESENTS HANNI EL KHATIB + TIJUANA PANTHERS + FEEDING PEOPLE + DJ CHRIS ZIEGLER (L.A. RECORD)
April 2nd, 2012 · No Comments
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March 16th, 2012 · 2 Comments
If the White Stripes are a PG-13 blockbuster, Hanni is an NC17 low-budget grindhouse thriller. He achieves a good blend of straightforward greaser rock n roll with little to no bullshit and an earnest attitude that can best be compared to the Columbian drug cartel boss’ remark to Tony Montoya in Scarface: “there’s no lying in you.”
December 21st, 2011 · No Comments
If you don’t know Jamie Strong, you probably know his label, Innovative Leisure, which is home to Hanni el Khatib, the Allah Las, Nick Waterhouse, and more! He took time out of his schedule to tell us about his top five albums of 2011. HANNI EL KHATIB- WILL THE GUNS COME OUT One of the [...]
October 3rd, 2011 · No Comments
L.A. RECORD X DUBLAB STAGE w/ THUNDERCAT + MIA DOI TODD + HANNI EL KHATIB + MORE @ ABBOT KINNEY FEST
September 28th, 2011 · No Comments
Thundercat Thundercat, Mia Doi Todd, Hanni El Khatib, Swahili Blonde, Tom Brosseau, the Club Pacific Band, and DJs Dan Collins, Tom Child, and Andres Renteria at the L.A. RECORD x dublab stage at Abbot Kinney Festival on September 24, 2011. Photos by Lainna Fader.
September 26th, 2011 · 7 Comments
Hanni El Khatib plays bluesy garage rock with a lot of soul and a little folk for Highland Park’s Innovative Leisure label. He destroys live with only an electric guitar and drums played by his best friend from high school. From Café Tropical in Silver Lake, he speaks about preferring amps to humans, a memorable mushroom experience in the snow and his various encounters with strippers. He celebrates the release of his debut LP at the Echo tonight. This interview by Lainna Fader.