I have taken better pictures of sausage.
2nd week in a row at Mishe Mokwa. You wouldn’t think anyone would do that drive to the trailhead twice, but WE DID.
Last week we got there pretty late so we only did the hike to Sandstone Peak. but this week we did the full loop, and it wasn’t that bad. We packed peanut butter sandwiches and plenty of water.
They were playing a Lana Del Rey remix in our local liquor store after the hike, so I came home craving more. This is my go-to:
I think I’m just going to hand over my social calendar to KCRW because every time they invite me to anything it ends up being a blast. Last night, LA Snark was invited to be among the first to hear Pete Yorn and J.D. King’s new project The Olms.
The 50 minute-ish set will be played on KCRW’s Morning Becomes Eclectic on June 5th, a day after their first self-titled album becomes available. The Olms will play The Troubadour on June 3, so that will make for a busy LA week for the Olms.
J.D. King is a classic country songwriter kinda guy that teamed up with Pete Yorn a while after the two became friends through J.D.’s girlfriend. Regardless of how these two met, their combined parts equal amazing songs and great harmonies.
Check out The Olms’ “Wanna Feel It” below and tune in to Morning Becomes Eclectic on June 5th to hear the full set along with an interview that was perhaps a little more awkward than Anne Litt had wanted.
The Olms Live on KCRW Set List
On The Line
What Can I Do?
Another Day Dream
She Said No!
Someone Else’s Girl
Rise & Shine
Love is All Around (Troggs cover)
Bottle of Wine, Etc.
Wanna Feel It
Twice as Nice
*All photos courtesy KCRW