PHOTOS: Eliot Lipp at The Mint 7/23

Eliot LippBy Josh Herwitt //

Eliot Lipp //
The Mint – Los Angeles
July 23rd, 2014 //

The Mint in LA’s Carthay Square neighborhood has long been a home for underground blues, jazz, funk and jam bands, but it’s also becoming a space for up-and-coming electronic artists, particularly those signed to Pretty Lights Music, of late.

Back in March, Brooklyn-based electro/hip-hop/bass duo Break Science wrapped up its Seven Bridges tour at the diminutive club (read our show review here), pleasing the small, but vibrant crowd that came ready to dance.

Then, on Wednesday night, another PLM act by way of New York stopped by The Mint, as Eliot Lipp stepped on stage and laid down a number of grooves spanning from hip-hop to techno to jazz fusion.

Josh Herwitt was there to capture Lipp’s 90-minute set, highlighted by a couple of tracks off his 2012 album Shark Wolf Rabbit Snake.


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