I had the chance to talk with St. Lucia member Jean-Philip Grobler, who shared an honest and heartfelt recount of his start in the music world and the value that music holds firm in his life with me.
If you missed St. Lucia playing the Gargoyle last semester—maybe you were abroad or your evening power-nap turned into a four-hour marathon—or you just enjoyed his last show so much that you can’t miss the opportunity to see him again, now’s your chance.
The first Gargoyle concert of the semester was its best in a long while as Social Programming Board booked St. Lucia for a free show the night of Friday, Feb. 21. St. Lucia is the stage name of Jean-Philip Grobler, a South African musician who currently resides in Brooklyn.
Social Programming Board announced Saturday that it would host synth-pop act St. Lucia with opener Painted Palms at the Gargoyle on Feb. 21. As always, tickets will be free with a Washington University ID. St. Lucia is the brainchild of Jean-Philip Grobler, a South African-born, Brooklyn-based musician. Since the band’s formation in 2010, St.
A cursory glance at the spelling of this band’s name might lead you to believe that it hails from England, but you’d be wrong. Based in Southern California, The Neighbourhood isn’t making the typical laid-back, beachy rock that you might expect, either.