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Sabrosa Purr

Sabrosa Purr
Sabrosa Purr in 2009 (photo: Stepan Mazurov)
Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Alternative rock
Indie rock
Years active 2004 - present
Labels Violet Room Records, RCRD LBL
Members Will Love
Mahsa Zargaran
Victoria Mordoch

Sabrosa Purr are a band from Los Angeles, California. They released their self-produced début EP, Music from the Violet Room on Dangerbird Records (Silversun Pickups, Fitz and the Tantrums). The album was No. 6 on BAGeL Radio's list of the best albums of the year.[1] The follow-up Volaras EP was released in 2009. Their full-length album, To the Crickets and the Ghosts, was released online in 2011; it was produced by Will Love and Tracy Chisholm (Stone Temple Pilots, Belly, Scott Weiland, Devics).

The line-up consists of Will Love (vocals/guitar), Mahsa Zargaran (drums), Jeff Mendel (Guitar) and Angie Mattson (bass guitar). They have performed a residency at Spaceland and have played on bills with Burning Brides, Silversun Pickups, Cold War Kids, Devics, Pedestrian, Far, and The Revolution Smile. They served as an opening act for 30 Seconds to Mars on their tour supporting "A Beautiful Lie".

The band has toured the US and Japan.


Singles, EPs and LPs

  • Music From The Violet Room EP (Violet Room Records)
  • VICE Magazine CD Sampler
  • Filter Magazine CD Sampler
  • RCRD LBL Digital E.P. (Downtown Records/RCRD LBL)
  • "Volaras EP" (Violet Room Records)
  • To The Crickets and The Ghosts Full-length (Violet Room Records)

On television

  • The song "The Lovely People" was featured in a national advertising campaign for NBC's Medium
  • The song "The Lovely People" was featured on MTV's The Hills
  • The song "Fashion Kills" is featured in the motion picture "Janie Jones" starring Abigail Breslin and Elisabeth Shue.


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