Originally from the Midwest and now living in Los Angeles, singer-songwriter Leslie Stevens plays country music that is warm, fun, and quite refined. Her soft, clear voice is the focal point, while her alt-country sound recalls the Laurel Canyon days of The Flying Burrito Brothers.
ALLAH-LAS sound like the Old, Weird Los Angeles: Strains of true surfing music, American harmonies, Sunset Strip backbeat, desert ramble filtered through Goldstar Sessioneers; That pre-fuzz pedal 'electrified folk' music and pop groups hitting that California sound with the tambourine on just the right beat.
He's My Brother She's My Sister is like a time warp to the golden present, wrapping nostalgia aound the here and now with throwback flair and good taste. They make debauchery an estrangement so glamorous. The songs are as catchy as a radio pop jam, but throw off the trappings of plastic pop and wrap you in fur, folk, and the last drops of moonlight. If you have yet to catch He's My Brother She's My Sister live, come see why the New york times labels them "forward thinking folkies forging new ground" and Indieshuffle describes them as "delightfully original."