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Gardens & Villa — Gardens & Villa at the Santa Barbara Film Festival. Photos by Robert Redfield.

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Gardens & Villa at the Santa Barbara Film Festival. Photos by Robert Redfield.


Apr 24, 2020

Los Angeles-based indie rockers Gardens & Villa have announced a new album, Gordon Von Zilla Presents, due out August 14, and shared the video for the lead single “Disco Kitchen,” which we are pleased to premiere. More

Oct 16, 2012

On Saturday October 13, the Austin City Limits Music Festival continued in Austin, TX. We sent photographer Robert Redfield down to capture the action. Check out his photos of Jack White, Father John Misty, Zola Jesus, Andrew Bird, Gotye, Caveman, Gardens & Villa, The Roots and Band of Skulls here. More

Check Out Photos from KJEE Summer Roundup 2012

At the Santa Barbara Bowl, June 1, 2012

Jun 29, 2012

Click here to check out photos from the KJEE Summer Roundup 2012 at the Santa Barbara Bowl, June 1, 2012. More

Oct 14, 2011

Taco Bell teamed up with 100 artists, including Battles, Wavves, The Dodos, Ra Ra Riot, Gardens & Villa, The Rosebuds and more as part of their annual Feed the Beat campaign. More

Listen: GAYNGS remix Garden & Villa

“Orange Blossom” Gets a Sexy Smooth Makeover

Sep 08, 2011

Garden & Villa’s “Orange Blossom” recently got an overhaul by GAYNGS. We have the track. More


Mar 10, 2014

Gardens & Villa‘s frontman, Chris Lynch, is crouched in the darkest corner of his band’s rehearsal space, a warehouse in Gardens & Villa’s hometown of Santa Barbara, California that looks more like a garage that’s used for storage. More

Jan 11, 2012

For Under the Radar’s 9th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to 2011. Here’s a survey from Gardens & Villa. More


Feb 06, 2014

For album number two, California outfit Gardens & Villa sought solace from the recording process in the rugged peaks of Michigan. The results of the quintet’s mid-session sojourn are strewn across this 10 track affair, which combines spacious synth-led soundscapes with not-so-subtle hints of ‘80s pop. More

Jul 09, 2011

Square is the new hip, and rockers without a cause have been replaced with the guys you bring home to meet mom and dad. At least that was the starting vibe Thursday night at El Rey Theatre, as hometown heroes Foster the People took the stage. More