Brian J. Waters has been a fixture in the LA music scene since moving there from Miami, FL in 1988. His first gig was at Bleecker Bob’s Records LA, where he spent the better part of a decade specializing in buying and selling vintage vinyl. In the early 90s, Waters joined fellow Miami transplants in the magnetic punk rock band “Coma-tones,” and then went on to form his own soul-inspired, high energy rock-n-roll combos “The Countdowns” and “The Flash Express,” where the LA Weekly called him “a hopped-up locomotive, screaming into his Telecaster pickups, luring women in the audience and shaking his God-given white ass.” (Oh Good Lord!!!)
For the better part of the last decade, Victoria Rawlins has been the one surreptitiously soundtracking your best L.A. nights. She was the one seamlessly cross-fading you through that party you hardly remember but can’t forget; the one who picked the song that gave you a reason to dance a little closer; the one who carefully curated a set full of your new favorite records.