Gardens & Villa

indie rock band

Chris Lynch – Lead Vocals, Guitar
Adam Rasmussen – Keys, Vocals
Dustin Ineman – Drums
Omar Velasco – Guitar
Shane McKillop – Bass, Vocals

Gardens & Villa on KCRW

After a tumultuous year of lineup changes, breakups and a move to Los Angeles, the core duo behind Gardens & Villa channeled their experiences into the new album Music for Dogs.

Gardens & Villa

After a tumultuous year of lineup changes, breakups and a move to Los Angeles, the core duo behind Gardens & Villa channeled their experiences into the new album Music for Dogs.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Five college friends in Santa Barbara came together to create Gardens & Villa, making music that reflects the coastal vibe of the city they call home...

Gardens and Villa

Five college friends in Santa Barbara came together to create Gardens & Villa, making music that reflects the coastal vibe of the city they call home...

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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