LIVE: Hayley Kiyoko Performs Onstage at The Troubadour, Los Angeles

  Hayley Kiyoko performs live at The Troubadour. / Photo: © Kayla Reefer for SUSPEND Magazine

Hayley Kiyoko performs live at The Troubadour. / Photo: © Kayla Reefer for SUSPEND Magazine

ISSUE 05 covergirl, Hayley Kiyoko, rocked the jam-packed crowd at the Troubadour on Feb. 21st as she performed all five tracks from her latest EP, This Side of Paradise, as well as her single "Rich Youth" and her own rendition of Prince's "Raspberry Beret" in Los Angeles. The multi-faceted singer-songwriter and current new regular on CBS' CSI: Cyber drama series, boasted a simple on-stage set up: herself and her accompanist, Lawrence William IV, on keyboard and guitar. The 23-year-old recording artist, who also is in charge of an electronic drumset on-stage, is currently on the road touring with American Indie rock band, Never Shout Never! Purchase This Side of Paradise available now on iTunes.

Photography by Kayla Reefer

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The cover of our Fall 2015 issue shot by Randy Nakajima features singer-songwriter and actress, Hayley Kiyoko, as she discusses her solo album This Side of Paradise. The fifth edition of SUSPEND includes interviews and exclusive editorials with Courtney Ogilvie of LA Makers, responsible for manufacturing brands such as Fear of God and Wilfry, as well as her own personal collection, C/CHRST; Creative Shoe designer Lucia Roman who hails from Spain and currently creates designs for Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B. and ZARA;  Cut-and-sew artist Bo Vu; photographers Sara Swaty & Amanda Lopez; editorials by model-turned-photographer Diego Villarreal (Paris) and an on-location editorial by Donovan Quiroz in Mexico City. 

  • Printed in Barcelona
  • Pages: 128 pages
  • Size: 17 x 24 cm
  • Binding: Softcover, Perfect bound
  • Cover: Hammered paper, 200 g
  • Pages are 100% recycled uncoated, natural offset white paper

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Diane Abapo Founder and Editor-in-Chief at SUSPEND Magazine.