On June 2, the L. Flay born Kristine Flaherty made a public display of their love for the first time one year after they met. Each posted Instagram pictures from a selfie session Miya had captured of the two of them snuggling on a couch. That L-shaped sofa is in Kristine's Silverlake apartment, where we're sitting in early June. Miya and Kristine tenderly caress each other—a hand on a knee, a nose in an elbow crease. It's very sweet and immediately clear how in love they are. You don't leave their company feeling like you're going to die alone. The latter had returned the previous night from a European tour in support of her debut LP, Premonitions. Kristine wasn't here to greet her. She got in this morning from a show in Las Vegas.
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Music that empowers you to overcome might be your best resolution. Flay, known for her bold and genuine blend of hip-hop, indie rock and electronic. The upbeat, positive outlook K. While the tracks share common themes, they contemplate a variety of challenges. Flay has evolved enormously since the release of her first EP in Flay stayed true to this sound, and proved her knack for sharply written lyrics that included a strong sense of self-awareness. The album was a raw and meditative reflection on a tumultuous point in her life. Flay was shifting away from hip-hop in favor of pop. The album still contained the edgy tones that were once her staple, but, for the first time, her music was written to be accessible to mainstream interests. Through it all, K.
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Comprised of Alexander Rollins, Randon Nelson, and Sully, it was clear from the moment the lights turned to them that these three were comfortable in front of a crowd. Their stage presence commanded the attention of the audience and dared them to look away. The crowd reciprocated the display of emotion with cheers of approval as the final notes trailed off. Tortoriello went back and forth between playing keyboard and free-floating around the stage with a microphone; mimicking the fluidity of their sound. As approached, the crowd, a vibrant mix of all ages, was buzzing; ready for the main event. Soon the lights dimmed and the audience erupted into cheers knowing they were in for a wild ride.