Tag Archives: Alexandra Savior

Alexandra Savior at Teragram Ballroom
Hamilton Leithauser and Alexandra Savior charm the socks off Teragram Ballroom

Monday was only night one of two sold-out shows at the Teragram Ballroom for solo-artist Hamilton Leithauser. Setting the mood for the evening was none other than Alexandra Savior. Having covered her twice last year, it has been made pretty clear by her talents that Savior is a rising star, and without a doubt an […]

Danielle Gornbein |
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2017 Forecast: Los Angeles Bands / Artists to Watch — they’re on the rise!

It’s the start of a new year and time for Grimy Goods’ annual forecast of up-and-coming Los Angeles bands and artists to watch. While we’ve selected 13 acts to keep an eye on, we’re fully aware of the many great and hardworking bands out there in our great city of Angels. This year’s projections are […]

Daughter at the Wiltern
Daughter delivers aural bliss at the Wiltern, Alexandra Savior spellbinds as opening act

The Wiltern hosted a warm evening of dream pop/folk on Wednesday. It’s never a dull show when European trio Daughter are in the building. The attendees anxiously stood waiting for our hump day treat, with a lovely opening by rising star Alexandra Savior. Originally from Portland, but now repping Los Angeles, the dreamy vocalist casted a […]

Danielle Gornbein |
Hot New Music: Alexandra Savior Shares New Song “M.T.M.E”

Los Angeles singer-songwriter, Alexandra Savior is strutting in hot with another new song set to seduce your senses. Savior has debuted “M.T.M.E,” the second track shared from her forthcoming full-length debut record produced by Arctic Monkey’s frontman Alex Turner. The sultry new number follows “Shades,” the only other song Savior has released to date. Written by 21-year-old Savior and Turner, […]

Sandy |
Alexandra Savior at Hote Cafe
Hot Artist Alert: Alexandra Savior bewitches Hotel Cafe crowd with her mischievous charm

Located at the heart of Hollywood’s extravagant entertainment scene, the Hotel Café sits rather unremarkably down a nearby alley, flanked on all sides by majestic venues like the Pantages Theatre and the Hollywood Palladium. Once inside, the Café reveals itself to be a much grander replication of Hollywood’s glory days, with intricate, gold placated architecture leading […]

Steven Ward |