Resident DTLA Presents Spooky Mansion w/ Killer Whale & The Butlers (NZ) Spooky Mansion, Killer Whale, & The Butlers bring you... *Tastes Like Yesterday Tour* Wed May 6 8:00 pm Resident DTLA 428 South Hewitt Street - Los Angeles, CA 90013 Tickets $9.00 - $12.00 This event is 21+ https://www.residentdtla.com/event/94420876383/ Share On Facebook Share On Twitter Share This Event Sync to Outlook Sync event to Google Calendar Spooky Mansion (Los Angeles, CA) YouTubeSpotifyRecent LA-transplants Spooky Mansion produce a soundscape of breezy, sultry surf-rock imbued with the passion of soul and the energy of rock-n-roll. Originally having their roots in the Bay Area and led by the rickety rasp of charismatic singer/songwriter Grayson Converse, the band is comprised of drummer Rob Mills, bassist Marty Reising, guitarist Charlie McCone, and guitarist Braden Lyle. Their music is soulful garage-rock, propelled by energetic guitars, nimble drums, and sweeping and invitingly fuzzy vocals.Killer Whale: (New Orleans, LA) YouTubeSpotifyKiller Whale - A musical outfit similar to a cold tasty beverage on a warm August afternoon. It can refresh your senses, rejuvenate your inner child, and still relax your muscles all at the same time. It’s something you might look forward to after a long and stressful day in this modern digital cloud.The Butlers: (New Zealand)YouTubeSpotifyComing out of Sumner, New Zealand, the unique 5 piece band The Butlers picked up a lot of steam in the last 18 months, with sold out nationwide tours, slots at at every major festival in the country, dropped their first album which went on to debut in the Top 20 on the national charts, as well as picking up a number of high profile tour support slots. As well as having a going from jamming together in various houses to recording at the prestigious Orange Studios within a matter of months, The Butlers found their footing fast. With a current streak of sold-out tours in both New Zealand Australia, an ever swelling number of fans around the globe and a passion to continue making good music, it’s fair to say these lads are showing no signs of slowing down and sit very well placed to take on the world.