Nora Keyes is an experimental vocalist, songwriter, painter, and long-standing contributor to the Los Angeles underground music scene. She has developed a unique hypnotic vocal style that is soulful, ethereal, and unfixed in this dimension. Through her solo work and bands Rococo Jet, The Centimeters, and Fancy Space People, she has earned a local cult status. Her projects have shared stages with The Space Lady, Yo Gabba Gabba Live Smashing Pumpkins, Love & Rockets, Blixa Bargeld (Einstürzende Neubauten), Ariel Pink, Suicide, David J (Bauhaus), Geneva Jacuzzi, Julia Holter, Quintron & Miss Pussycat, Carla Bozulitch, & The Sweet.


Bee Appleseed is a prolific and well-traveled 21st Century troubadour from Canby, Oregon, living in Los Angeles, California. He’s a songwriter, poet, singer, multi-instrumentalist, music producer, sound healer, writer, actor, comedian, and seasoned vagabond with a treasure trove of home recordings spanning more than 20 albums across various projects, who has spent years of his life on the road performing upwards of 1000 self-organized concerts across nearly fifty countries in Europe and South America. He runs Godyssey Music And Healing Arts as a record label and sound healing experience with Los Angeles legend Nora Keyes as well as their improvised psych folk rock band called Elf Freedom. His most recent album titled “Starflower’s Cosmic Soul” came out in February 2020 on Baby Robot Records and is a rock and roll odyssey featuring a backing band of more than fifteen people. The sound he creates can be described as psychedelic rock and roll with roots in American folk music and his shows take audiences to great heights and depths, usually improvised making no concert ever the same. Bee is a lighthearted entertainer with a golden love for the road and all those open to sharing the journey.


The almost singing poet tells of his everyday life between the attempt at empathy with everything and everyone – and it’s rejection of everything and everyone. Objective love songs with a subjective flirtation factor, you could say, if the word love song hadn’t been so worn out. Denk explores why we struggle so hard when it comes to affection, not only with the people we hold on to more desperately than in love, but also with the small things we can buy that are not so natural to buy. The things. Earring, three-meter stick, slaughterhouse, pub, shoe, room, Stradivarius, shard, soup, singer. Rendered by Denk in everyday language.