Allah-Las

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Allah-Las on KCRW

Allah-Las sound like they couldn’t have come from anywhere but California. Their simple surf rock style sounds great on a summer day.

Allah-Las

Allah-Las sound like they couldn’t have come from anywhere but California. Their simple surf rock style sounds great on a summer day.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Local favorites Allah-Las channel the sound of 60's Laurel Canyon rock with a touch of psychedelia. It's all sunshine harmonies and good vibes.

Allah-Las

Local favorites Allah-Las channel the sound of 60's Laurel Canyon rock with a touch of psychedelia. It's all sunshine harmonies and good vibes.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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