DEAP VALLY + LE BUTCHERETTES + KAV @ THE REGENT THEATRE
Photos and recap by Maximilian Ho
Los Angeles duo Deap Vally headlined the “Dance In A Panic” British themed Rock n’ Roll dance party at The Regent. Emblazoned with Franklins, Lindsey Troy churned out her bluesy riffs and vocals with plenty of grit and attitude. Badass Julie Edwards kept everything together on drums and backing vocals. Paying tribute to Prince, they invited Nick Zinner from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs (and producer of their new album) and Le Butcherettes’ Teri Gender Bender to perform the song “Kiss.” We can’t wait for the new album!
Le Butcherettes put on a very mesmerizing and tumultuous show for the crowd. Teri Gender Bender kept the crowd guessing what she was going to do next. She tossed herself about the stage while singing and dancing in only ways that she can. Several items including her shoe and keyboard flew through the air and into the crowd. She ended the performance seemly lifeless after crowd surfing and had to be carried off the stage. There was concern for her safety, but rest assured, she’ll be at The Echoplex tonight with Kim and The Created.
British musician Kav Sandhu AKA KAV rocked the house with special guests Nk-Riot and Aria Pullman Ostrander from Some Go Haunting.