At radio, L.A. Symphony’s “Timeless” from their current Disappear Here album is at the number one spot at Rhythmic Radio. The single “Dance Like” has also just been serviced to Christian radio. Their video “Timeless” is also simultaneously being added nationwide, including heavy rotation in all Journeys and American Eagle retail stores nationwide. It is also receiving play on MTV On Demand.
Other tour plans for L.A. Symphony include three Acquire The Fire appearances this spring, as well as performing at the Youth Specialties/National Youth Workers Conference in both Washington D.C. and Los Angeles. This summer L.A. Symphony will do a mini-tour with BEC recording artist Manafest. The group is newly signed to booking agency Topshelf Music.
L.A. Symphony’s Disappear Here marks the group’s second release on Gotee Records. Their discography includes 2003’s The End Is Now (Gotee/Basement), as well as the independently- released The Baloney EP in 2001, and Composition #1 (Eartube Empire) in 1999. Call It What You Want, was completed and set to release on the now-defunct Squint label in 2000, but was never officially released to retail, although a leaked version made the rounds on the Internet.
L.A. Symphony is comprised of MCs/Producers FLYNN, Sharlok Poems, Joey the Jerk, UNO Mas, and Cookbook. The conglomerate, who delivers thought-provoking lyrics with both passion and humor, has shared the stage with names like Jurassic 5 and Black Eyed Peas. L.A. Symphony has played major events like the NBA/Yahoo Rhythm and Rims Tour, the Van’s Warped Tour (Los Angeles show), and The Night Hip-Hop Stole Christmas. Disappear Here nabbed a Top 10 spot on CMJ’s 2005 year end college hip-hop radio charts.