Bear Club is an indie folk + grunge rock duo based in Los Angeles. Molly and Jenica met in California Institute of the Arts, where Jenica studied percussion, and Molly studied Experimental Sound Practices and Integrated Media. They have released two albums, and are currently working on an album about outer space.

Pilgrim is a indie-folk song cycle album about a transformation myth, which was also staged as a theatrical concert with 20 musicians in Boston. Written, arranged and produced by Molly Allis.

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I'll Love You Since the Beginning of Time is a soundtrack of ambient folk lullabies that were composed for an immersive installation that Molly created at California Institute of the Arts.

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Groundswell is part of FAULT LINES; a compilation LP of composers who made time-based work about the movement and temporal scales of tectonic plates. Original pieces were performed at Human Resources in Los Angeles. Listen to it here.

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The Rude Mechanical Orchestra is a 30 odd piece New York City radical marching band and dance troupe. Through their music and performance, they strive to support people and communities working for social justice. They play protests, demonstrations, direct actions, picket lines, marches, benefits and events for good causes. They function as a democratic collective through consensus-based decision-making and we do not discriminate on the basis of musical ability. They formed in the spring of 2004 for the March for Women’s Lives in Washington, D.C. and solidified to support people protesting the Republican National Convention in New York. Molly performed with the RMO from 2005-2010. Link to album here.

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