Take Five with Hunter Hunted

In just a few short months since forming, Hunter Hunted has already made a big splash, including a nationally televised gig on Conan, a raucous set in front of a packed crowd at the recent Make Music Pasadena festival, and upcoming dates with Weezer and Fitz and the Tantrums. The duo, made up of Dan Chang and Michael Garner, writes songs with soaring melodies and intricate harmonies mixed with a slightly hard edge. (Their music video for “End of the World” shows them running for their lives in a post-apocalyptic landscape.)

On Friday, July 12, come watch Hunter Hunted perform in the Skirball’s outdoor courtyard during Into the Night: Secrets and Truth, a late-night celebration of the exhibition Gary Baseman: The Door Is Always Open. The night also features the band Harriet, a special art performance created by artist Gary Baseman and choreographer Sarah Elgart, and other activities.

Hunter Hunted recently took a break from recording to answer a few questions from the studio:

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About Daniel Soto

Daniel Soto is the Program Coordinator at the Skirball Cultural Center. He is the recipient of the 2015 Wesley V. Montgomery Memorial Mentorship and Leadership Initiative Award, granted annually by the National Performance Network to an emerging arts leader of color. Aside from Alice Russell, he is enjoying new albums by Perfume Genius, Blake Mills, and Blonde Redhead.

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