Poolside’s debut record, “Pacific Standard Time” truly feels like a glistening David Hockney painting blooming to life. Everything from the band moniker to the title of the record itself reflects throughout every note. It's a perfect and fitting brand name for a sound as breezy and artsy as it gets.
Made of superstar spinner Jeffrey Paradise and producer Filip Nikolic, they’re slowly wrapping up a great year charming the pants off the influential radio jocks at KCRW and international DJs with their four-on-the-floor reinvention of Neil Young’s tender folk hit “Harvest Moon."
After a month-long tour bringing a little bit of L.A. style to every big city in the country, they return Friday to perform live on Morning Becomes Eclectic, the long-running tastemakers radio show on KCRW.
Later on that evening, they’ll be trotting out their backup band to turn The Echoplex here in Echo Park into an urban oasis of funk beats and summer vacation attitudes.
Come sway among the palm trees before they blow away overseas.
“Morning Becomes Eclectic” broadcasts at KCRW 89.9 at 11:15 a.m. The Echoplex is at 1154 Glendale Blvd. 90026
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