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A MIRROR[ED] LOVE: THE FAMILY CREST RETURNS TO THE COMPLEX

The Family Crest is one of those bands that’s so good, I had to see them twice. The penultimate time was February of last year, when they opened for Jukebox the Ghost. The lineup made sense: both were seasoned-yet-young troupes with an indie-pop sensibility. Reflectively, the audience ranged from mostly young teens to those in their early-twenties. It was a hormonal, jubilant time.

A SYNESTHETIC BUFFET: ASHE, LOUIS FUTON, LOUIS THE CHILD AT THE COMPLEX

BY CHARISSA CHE   Ashe, a.k.a. Ashlyn Miller, is as lively and bubbly as you might expect from listening to her studio recordings. Her breathy cover of Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good” on the keyboard was an unexpected reprieve from an otherwise bouncy 80’s-era performance at the Complex on Tuesday, November 28. Deftly, she flung her…

“EASILY EAR-DIGESTED” AND “A LITTLE WONKY”: AN INTERVIEW WITH ASHE

  BY CHARISSA CHE If you don’t know Ashe by name, you may at least recognize her crackly vocals in the tropical Louis the Child track, “Right to It.” She’s also been billed alongside The Chainsmokers. Now, the 24-year-old singer-songwriter from Northern California is ready to strike out on her own, with her first batch…

SHOW REVIEW: HOODIE ALLEN, LUKE CHRISTOPHER ALL SMILES ON ‘THE HYPE’ TOUR

As a first-time Hoodie Allen concert-goer with only his past albums and an accidental encore walk-in to go off of, I had no clue what to expect at the Complex on Monday, October 22 besides goofiness and gimmicks (in the best of ways). To my pleasant surprise, the show was a substantive, much-needed reprieve from the tumult of today’s current events.

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