HAPPENING at W Los Angeles West Beverly Hills ft. Dot

Thu, March 1, 2018 - 8:00pm

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A monthly event with live beats, a pop up and specialty cocktails.


Our next event takes place Thursday, March 1st 8p - 10p featuring an electronic set by Dot and a pop up featuring Recreation and Wild Matter. 


Dot


Party Nails always tried to make it work with what she had. She started with guitar and 

fell in love with the instrument, playing everything from Renaissance to country music 

with the musicians in the small town she grew up in (Chatham, New York was 

disproportionately musical, one could say). She decided she wanted to go to college so 

she applied and paid for it herself. In college a friend who sensed her interest in 

production showed her how to use Logic Pro and gifted her an audio interface and 

headphones. From there her songwriting took on many different forms, including 

instrumental compositions for real and electronic instruments. She performed her 

compositions at school and local festivals and functions. After school she moved to New

York City and whilst working to pay her student loans started an electronic band called 

Vernous. With her friend Nico Hedley, a noise guitarist and bass player, and a rotating 

drummer, they performed original material in the vein of Ladytron and The Knife. Gear 

comes and gear goes, and so do band lineups and goals. But what stuck around were 

her laptop, her voice, and the incessant urge to write. After a move to Los Angeles and 

a few failed collaborations, since 2015 Party Nails has released two singles, two videos,

an EP, and a feature with Owsla artist Getter. Her work has been called “an absolute 

dream” (Neon Gold), “a fierce bit of pop” (Noisey), and “part Charli XCX and part Cyndi 

Lauper...on the verge of blowing up” (Bullett Media). She maintains a low budget and a 

penchant for rhyming couplets (she blames that last one on her love for old country 

music).

Party Nails is pop writer/singer/producer and upstate New York native Elana Belle 

Carroll. After a move to Los Angeles and a few failed collaborations, since 2015 Party 


Party Nails always tried to make it work with what she had. She started with guitar and 

fell in love with the instrument, playing everything from Renaissance to country music 

with the musicians in the small town she grew up in (Chatham, New York was 

disproportionately musical, one could say). She decided she wanted to go to college so 

she applied and paid for it herself. In college a friend who sensed her interest in 

production showed her how to use Logic Pro and gifted her an audio interface and 

headphones. From there her songwriting took on many different forms, including 

instrumental compositions for real and electronic instruments. She performed her 

compositions at school and local festivals and functions. After school she moved to New

York City and whilst working to pay her student loans started an electronic band called 

Vernous. With her friend Nico Hedley, a noise guitarist and bass player, and a rotating 

drummer, they performed original material in the vein of Ladytron and The Knife. Gear 

comes and gear goes, and so do band lineups and goals. But what stuck around were 

her laptop, her voice, and the incessant urge to write. After a move to Los Angeles and 

a few failed collaborations, since 2015 Party Nails has released two singles, two videos,

an EP, and a feature with Owsla artist Getter. Her work has been called “an absolute 

dream” (Neon Gold), “a fierce bit of pop” (Noisey), and “part Charli XCX and part Cyndi 

Lauper...on the verge of blowing up” (Bullett Media). She maintains a low budget and a 

penchant for rhyming couplets (she blames that last one on her love for old country 

music).

Party Nails is pop writer/singer/producer and upstate New York native Elana Belle 

(Bullett Media).

When & Where
Thursday, March 1, 2018
8:00pm - 10:00pm PST
  • W Los Angeles
    930 Hilgard Ave,
    Los Angeles, CA
    90024

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