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A New Journey Begins

TLA Magazine’s unique approach to art celebrates the diverse cultures and people who call Los Angeles home. 

The magazine is aimed at up-and-coming art collectors who want to have fun while taking art seriously and we want to Collaboration is key to this new journey, emerging generations working and responding together to cultural stimuli.

Our vision honors the new spirit and the new decade as we expand into new media, new voices, new technologies, and enchanting experiences with LA artists, authors, and musicians.

Books, Poetry, Short stories, and love for authors and local booksellers.

We create our own pop-culture at TribeLA Magazine, a new-brow sensibility bridging street and sanctum. The interviews, discussions, and stories on our pages give you a firsthand perspective on history in the making, narrated across various art forms by millennials and GenZers, and their older friends, providing an understanding of how today’s younger adults view themselves in today’s social and artistic milieux.

Sounds and the City

Like art and literature, Sounds and the City emphasizes Los Angeles artists. We give a platform to emerging and established musicians with the occasional spotlight on visitors from around the world. Added contemporary music, spoken word, and comics, we’re adding Jazz to the Sounds mix within our new podcasting format. Meet the straight-ahead young and established musicians surrounding this original American art form.

World Music LA

Linda Albertano’s poetry is unique because she tells a story like a griot. The reason we call her a griot is because of her West African roots with her spiritual brother Prince Diabate and his family, who have adopted her as a sister and taught her how to be a Griot and to play the Kora. She has intertwined this culture into her heritage, knowledge and being using her sultry, sensuous voice that lifts spirits with laughter, joy and not to mention an education.

Cultural Lifestyles

L.A. is a cultural mecca with more museums (105 and counting) and theaters (225) than any city in the U.S. Los Angeles. It comprises a diverse multi-cultural population of people from approximately 140 countries who speak over 86 different languages. We are the entertainment capital of the World for film, entertainment, dynamic dining and shopping experiences, outdoor recreation, sports and attractions. Let’s not even talk about the awesome weather (sans fires) but instead, let’s get to know each other better. The more we learn about diverse cultures and lifestyles, the better we will communicate and live with each other. This is our purpose for you, so let’s make something good together.

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