Lulu Mickelson

KCRW Staff

Lulu Mickelson on KCRW

A former KCRW volunteer turned college DJ in NYC, Lulu sends some blog loving across country. My ears are still ringing from the deluge of sound that poured into the…

Review: Tamaryn and The Raveonettes at the Music Hall of Williamsburg

A former KCRW volunteer turned college DJ in NYC, Lulu sends some blog loving across country. My ears are still ringing from the deluge of sound that poured into the…

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Final Coachella Report by KCRW Volunteer: Lulu Mickelson Day Three started with the haunting harmonies of Los Angeles’s very own Local Natives, whose driving percussion and powerful…

Lulu’s Final Day at Coachella

Final Coachella Report by KCRW Volunteer: Lulu Mickelson Day Three started with the haunting harmonies of Los Angeles’s very own Local Natives, whose driving percussion and powerful…

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Coachella Report by KCRW Volunteer: Lulu Mickelson A grin lodged itself on my tan cheeks Friday morning and hasn’t left since. Because there is nothing like the first beats of…

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Coachella Report by KCRW Volunteer: Lulu Mickelson A grin lodged itself on my tan cheeks Friday morning and hasn’t left since. Because there is nothing like the first beats of…

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