Shana Cleveland – Guitar
Marian Li Pino – Drums
Alice Sandahl – Keys
Lena Simon – Bass
The Whole Bunch – Vocals

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Director/Editor – Travis Button (
Cameras – Sean Bowie, Travis Button, Brad McCormick
Audio Engineer – Branic Howard (
Audio Mix – Jason Powers
Producer – Ryan Stiles
Executive Producer – Zale Schoenborn (
Associate Producer – Terry Groves, John MacArthur
Assistant Producer – Stephanie Manzo
Line Producer – Seth Chandler
Production Manager – Alisha Flaumenbaum, Josh Madera
Associate Distribution Producer – Ned Failing, Shawna Burke, David Gluck
Legal – Vincent Sliwoski, Harris Moure, PLLC
Production Assistants – Dale Palmer, Rachel Saxby

*words by Marty Sartini Garner of Flood Magazine

The Weirdo Shrines cut shimmers in the daylight.

Back in summer 2015, when the world was bright, La Luz released their second album, the Ty Segall–produced Weirdo Shrine. It feints in the direction of subversive American darkness, but where their labelmates Shannon and the Clams might double down on a country-fried Lynchian weirdness, La Luz head to the beach, where they mine a particularly haunted—though miraculously camp-free—form of surf rock.

It’s a sound that translates well to the woods of Oregon, where the quartet brought their big show to a hidden clearing in the middle of Pickathon. On this month’s edition of the Slab Sessions—part of the Oregon festival’s 2016-2017 season—La Luz rip through Weirdo Shrine’s “You Disappear,” a cut made all the fizzier by the bright atmosphere.

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