- ON-AIR HOST, 89.9 KCRW // Formerly Desert Nights at The Standard, Hollywood Talent Coordinator
Pre-pandemic, Valida could be heard on air on KCRW (89.9 FM) in Los Angeles Monday nights/Tuesday mornings from midnight to 3AM. She is looking forward to being back on the air as soon as it's over. For 10 years, Valida could also be seen at the now-closed (due to the pandemic!) The Standard Hollywood, where each Wednesday evening she curated and deejayed an intimate evening of live music called Desert Nights – featuring 60s and 70s folk-rock and current indie electronic and indie hip-hop, jazz, and future fresh sounds.
- radio, music industry, music marketing, music performance, broadcasting, djing, radio hosting
- indie rock, electronic, folk, indie, electronica, house, folk rock, americana, nu disco
- Los Angeles, CA
Hi Munnycat, Thank you so much for your submission! I love this track! It's sort of the perfect indie-dance track...If !!! and LCD and Scissor Sisters and M83 were all thrown in a blender you may get something that sounds like this...haha Will totally pass along to other DJs that I think may like it. Can I please have this in a 320 MP3 format? Thank you!
Hey Henry... Thanks so much for your submission.. OK...OK... Who are you? And why have I never heard of you before? Everything about this is straight up FIRE! Love your video...Love that you look at the camera and are making a piercing connection to your audience. (Gave me chills...) The beat is infectious...Your vox on point and super catchy without sounding pop. Reminds me of early 90s Brit pop...which is some of my favorite music. But also, heavy Stones/Beatles influence....Really great stuff. My favorite part is when everything drops and you say "you wanna be careful that way" SOOOO GOOD! I need this MP3....Like NOW. I want to play it and share with other DJs...Please send. Absolutely FLOORED. Thank you! ps. you're not wearing shoes and talking 'bout "in my shoes" lol ps. where are you based out of?
Hi Henry, Thanks so much for your submission. This rocks. In every way. The track is bumping, the art-direction is on point...and I have a feeling that hearing this song live would knock my (and everyone's else inside the room) socks off. Great job! Definitely sharing and would love an MP3 if you could please forward. Thanks!