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Kids on McCadden

by Kids on McCadden

A fun, dance-y whirlwind of bright color, LA summer style, and heart
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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2. Burn It Down
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3. Coming for Your Heart
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4. Be Who You Be
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5. (As Long As) I'm with You
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6. Who You Lovin'
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Strutting in from a large music loving family in Namibia, Mikiros Garoes took a big leap of faith and moved to Los Angeles to attend the Musician’s Institute where she majored in vocals and sound engineering. Mikiros graduated MI and took a brief hiatus to pursue acting, which she credits for helping her develop her confidence as an artist but even more so as a flamboyant live performer.

Since studying film, music, writing and improv in Los Angeles, Garoes has returned to Windhoek ready to run riot inspired by the simple fact that Namibians are hilarious. Mikiros is currently thriving in Namibia's film community. Fresh off the set of her third short film, Garoes has just wrapped 'The Date' (2019) after debuting her Namibia Film Commission and National Film and Video Foundation (SA) supported 'Chommies' (2018) at last year's Durban International Film Festival before shooting 'Taxi in Windhoek' (2018). Sleep is for the dead.

“Namibians are unknowingly some of the most underrated comedians of all time,” Garoes says, sipping on a freshly squeezed apple juice almost as big as her head. “The way we are. The way we interact with each other is some funny sh*t.”

Michigan native, Loren Barnese, was always an eccentric, out-of-the-box thinker with an extensive imagination which remains evident in the music she creates today. At 18, she abandoned her plans to earn her business degree from Western Michigan University to study theatre at a New York City conservatory.

She spent her first month in NYC homeless, sleeping in Central Park and crashing on the couches, and relying on Starbucks washrooms. She graduated from her program and lived in a 40-person artist/activist commune. This is where she met a fire dancer and accompanied her on guitar, performing with an underground circus community in venues around Brooklyn. After completing her studies at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music, she packed her bags moved to Los Angeles to study Guitar Performance and Music Marketing at the Musician’s Institute. Loren is currently performing on a weekly basis with soul/pop singer Carley Lusk and alternative rock bands Hello Noon and Fin's Mellow Company.

“We met through a mutual friend.” Mikiros reflects.

“It was crazy, we were jamming together and there was instant chemistry—we spoke the same language.”

After writing a handful of songs together, they found some musicians and intensely rehearsed in a garage in the valley to prepare for their first show. Shortly after, the Kids stepped into the studio for the first time, steps away from the famous intersection of Hollywood & Vine. As they continued to grow together as players, musicians, writers and performers, Loren decided to use the band as her final project where the Musician’s Institute awarded them for Outstanding Style.



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