He ended the tour with an afterparty performance at LA’s It’s A School Night party hosted by Chris Douridas, Matt Goldman and Valida at the Hollywood splotch, Bardot.
Catch what Jeff Weiss at the LA Times had to say about the opening act:
“The singularity of Hanni-El Khatib reveals itself when you attempt to wedge his music into your iTunes playlist. His scraped and scarred guitar salvos are too pyrotechnic to fit into the ethereal folk-like float or world-music fixation of the NPR-friendly indie-rock wing. And his influences stretch further back than the lo-fi tinnitus titans that record for the rightfully acclaimed Woodsist and Siltbreeze imprints.” Read more of the article here.