The ever modest but always elevating Ale Cohen of Languis and Pharaohs sheds light on making his musical life in Los Angeles.
In 1996 Ale Cohen made the leap from Argentina to Los Angeles. The move, sparked by youthful exuberance and a thirst for new sound, helped define his musical path. His electronic duo Languis became a fixture on the city’s college radio airwaves and his project Pharaohs continues to stimulate Los Angeles’ underground dance music scene. Now decades deep into his Los Angeles life, Ale joins Frosty on LAndscape to share how the city has shaped his outlook. The episode ends with the premiere of a song from Cohen’s new solo project Cafe Ale.