Join us at The Mint on December 2nd at 7:00 pm for another great Hunnypot Radio Live Show featuring:
7:00 Hottub Johnnie
8:00 Beth Martinez (Danger Village)
9:00 Nova Rockafeller
9:30 The Hidden Lines
10:15 The Royal Oui
11:00 Wise Cub
8:00 Beth Martinez (@dangervillage)
Beth Martinez’s philosophy on music isn’t just conducive to the success of her music PR firm, Danger Village. “I feel like we all want to share music with people,” she states, a perspective that Martinez adamantly believes. “I promote music I truly love and think other people should hear.” This attitude, and what has become her firm’s driving principal, is distinctive when looking at the myriad of firms at large within such a competitive industry. Such genuine appreciation for an atmosphere seemingly drenched in survival of the fittest is refreshing and one that continues to attract more artists every day.
This balance has created buzz resulting in clients such as MØ, FIDLAR, The Preatures, High Highs, holychild, and Fallulah. Martinez has found the combination of trusting her own musical taste, and instant emotional response, as the perfect affirmation for working with an artist. She believes, “That’s the key to being good PR., and the key to being a good human being. It’s not just to use people, but to really appreciate what they do as a music source.” The inclusive nature of music is what initially drew Martinez to music PR. Citing herself as a “late bloomer” when it comes to contemporary music, she is now at the forefront, representing some of the industry’s most talked about acts.
Having worked with the now infamous “I Think We’re Alone Now” semi-pop idol, Tiffany, on her college comeback tour back at the University of Illinois, Martinez was asked to join the traveling merchandise team. While she declined that offer back in 2001, she recognized it as a springboard into “ propelling her from passive music lover to passionate music rep.” She is now the founder and head of Danger Village, her music PR firm based in Los Angeles. (Written by Claire McKinzie)
9:00 Nova Rockafeller (
We’re kicking off the show with an exciting up-and-coming performer: Nova Rockafeller. Even though her album isn’t out yet, she’s worked with She Wants Revenge’s Justin Warfield and has been remixed by the Hood Internet. Get ready for a blowout awesome set!
9:30 The Hidden Lines
The Hidden Lines are a Los Angeles-based band centered around guitarist, lead singer and songwriter: Adam Yarbro. They are deeply influenced by Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Radiohead, The White Stripes, Led Zeppelin, Nirvana, The Doors, and more. What sets them apart is an original guitar sound with new and interesting effects and progressions. The HL aim to produce a modern psychedelic-yet-pop vibe, while incorporating classic rock and blues guitar-driven influences. The Hidden Lines are comprised of Adam Yarbro on guitar and vocals, Theo Seidmon on drums, Billy Lee on bass, Tyler Hutton on 2nd guitar, and Alex Zudin on keyboards. A full length album was recorded by Adam in 2010-11 with the help of professional musicians in Seattle and Las Vegas studios. Long awaited album artwork has now been completed, and The Hidden Lines debut album Auralize has just been released. It is now available in CD form with full color printing, 11 songs (mastered at The Killers Battleborn Studios,) with six page booklets containing lyrics and art. Also The Hidden Lines- Auralize has just gone live on Itunes. The Hidden Lines have played numerous popular venues in the Los Angeles area such as: Harvard and Stone, Piano Bar, The Viper Room, Hotel Cafe, and El Cid. They visit the San Diego music scene to such venues like The Casbah, and Club Ken. They also frequently play the Las Vegas music scene, in Adam’s hometown.
10:15 The Royal Oui (
The Royal Oui is married couple Adrienne Pierce and Ari Shine’s new band. Close harmonies evoke Fleetwood Mac and Fleet Foxes in songs that would fit on playlists with Civil Wars and Wilco. Their successful solo careers include dozens of TV placements on shows like Grey’s Anatomy, direct support for artists like Ray Lamontagne and Chris Shiflett (Foo Fighters), making the 2013 Grammy ballot and showcases at SXSW, NXNE and festivals worldwide.
11:00 Wise Cub (
Wise Cub is a folk rock band from Los Angeles, CA. The band is comprised of Scott Goldbaum on guitar and vocals, Mike Musselman on drums, Molly Rogers on viola and vocals, and Nick Chamian on bass. Wild Cub plays acoustic songs that build to great orchestral finales. Check out the single for their song “Motions,” available on their bandcamp page.
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