Olivia Fries-Farr Celebrates New Single at LA’s Silverlake Lounge 

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Olivia Fries-Farr (Music BFA 23) celebrates the release of her latest single “Illusions”—and her birthday—this Wednesday, Jan. 10 at the Silverlake Lounge in Los Angeles.

Released on Ubiquitous Records, “Illusions” includes several CalArtians on the credits, including David Velazco (Music BFA 21) on drums, Callen O’Brien (Music BFA 24) on bass, Aidan Cooper Ross (Music BFA 25) on lead guitar, and Andrew Bedows (Music BFA 22) on piano. 

Like the track, the evening features several CalArtian-heavy acts. Fries-Farr will be performing with her bands Ubiquitous and Precipice, both of which also feature multiple students, alums, and faculty from the The Herb Alpert School of Music at CalArts. Ubiquitous, her blues-rock project, features the talents of Joey Gold (Music BFA 24), Khristian Geisse (Music BFA 25), Marley Wall (Music BFA 23), Andreas Hester (Music BFA 24), and Binh Tat (Music MFA 25). Rounding out her metal rock/grunge shoegaze band Precipice are Music faculty Lily Guarneros Maase, Brent Lopez (Music MFA 23), Nate Ramer, and Hester.

Also performing at the lounge are Ty Teg and Misses Ellipsis, also fronted by and featuring several CalArtians: 

Ty Teg

  • Audrey Reynolds (Music BFA 26)
  • Sue Jackson (Music BFA 26)
  • Solomon Rosenthal (Music-IM BFA 26)

Misses Ellipsis

  • Amanda Carter (Music BFA 24)
  • Caroline Baughman (Music BFA 23)
  • Lucian Meisler (Music BFA 23)
  • Marley Wall (Music BFA 23)

The evening will be DJed by Solomon Rosenthal (Music-IM BFA 26), performing as Iris Ipsum. 

Doors open at 7 pm, and the first begins at 7:30 pm. The show is 21+. Food and cake will be provided, as well as one free beer or soda per ticket.

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PUBLISHED BY Taya Zoormandan

As digital content and social media producer, Taya enjoys lifting up the stories and accomplishments of CalArts' students, alums, and faculty. She fancies herself a visual artist but is really more of an overzealous collector of art supplies.

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