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Bleached
Bleached share new song “Flipside” — LA date at The Echoplex

Los Angeles punk rockers, Bleached have shared a new song titled “Flipside” Led by sisters Jennifer and Jessica Clavin, Bleached are set to release their Can You Deal?  EP on March 3rd via Dead Oceans. Bleached’s new song “Flipside” is full of that catchy, yet raw fierce energy that Bleached have been known to put out. […]

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At The Drive In to headline the Shrine Expo Hall

At The Drive In are back in Los Angeles with a headlining gig scheduled for May 13 at the Shrine Expo Hall. The band are touring in support of their fist album in 17 years, in • ter a • li • a (Latin for “among other things”), set for release May 5 on Rise Records. The the 11-song 41-minute album is […]

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Caribbean music of the future is here today in Buscabulla — LA date at Echoplex 2/27

For duo Raquel Berríos and Luis Alfredo del Valle, the dichotomy of their tropical Puerto Rican roots and the bustling grit of their New York home is a temperament that is self-evident in their music almost immediately. On their most recent EPII, as well as their new single “Frío,” the couple effectively ground their souls and foot-soles […]

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Rebel and a Basketcase
Watch Rebel and a Basketcase’s new video for “Lightning Look” — LA date at The Satellite

Rebel and a Basketcase just released a playful new video for their most intimate song yet, “Lightning Look.” The colorful video stars the dynamic duo made up of Evan Rachel Wood and Zach Villa, and is also Wood’s directorial debut. While Rebel and a Basketcase’s past released videos for “Oh Yeah” and “Escondido” felt more […]

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Lauren Ruth Ward
Hot Artist Alert: Making Love With Lauren Ruth Ward

Love. The only true reason for human interaction since the dawn of time. Is it an emotion? An affirmation? Or a web, uniquely connecting many? You can sense it in a song or a glance, but it remains one of life’s mysteries. Despite its elusive and subjective nature, that four-letter word is still the most […]

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Hot Artist Alert: Lola Sparks — striving to be Berlin’s next breakout artist

Berlin songstress Lola Sparks talks small beginnings, big aspirations for her indie-electronica   At 26-years-old, Berlin native Lola Sparks has the kind of ambitious tenacity for her career as a musician that it’s doubtful her audience will be restricted to one country–or continent, for that matter. For the last five years, Sparks has been piecing […]

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Cloud Nothings
Cloud Nothings hone their craft with Life Without Sound, but prove unafraid to take risks — LA Date at Teragram

Cloud Nothings will Perform at Teragram Ballroom Los Angeles Feb. 22   For Cleveland quartet Cloud Nothings, a new album is more than just a collection of songs. Over the past few years, bandleader Dylan Baldi has used each of his former solo project’s documents as a turning point for its sound, adding a full […]

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Austra
An Interview with Austra — navigating through our current dystopia

Austra, also known as the Canadian vocalist and producer Katie Stelmanis has an upcoming Los Angeles gig on February 9 at the El Rey Theatre. Touring in support of her new album Future Politics, released January 20 via Domino, the 11-track record features compelling songs with Austra’s signature bewitching croon. Noted as her most ambitious album to […]

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Japandroids
Japandroids carve our their own niche with ‘Near To The Wild Heart Of Life’

Japandroids to Headline Two Los Angeles Dates at Fonda Theatre in Support of New Album ‘Near To The Wild Heart Of Life’   Hit or stand? It’s a question that’s plagued more gamblers than rock bands, but it feels like something Japandroids members Brian King and Dave Prowse might’ve asked themselves before crafting Near To […]

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HURRAY FOR THE RIFF RAFF
Hurray For The Riff Raff to headline two LA dates at Masonic Lodge and Teragram Ballroom

Hurray For The Riff Raff Announces Two Los Angeles Dates In Support of New Album ‘The Navigator’ — Watch Video for Lead Single   Hurray For The Riff Raff, the project of Alynda Segarra has announced two Los Angeles show dates as part of her extensive run of 2017 tour dates. Hurray For The Riff […]

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Hot Artist Alert: Skyler Day talks balancing her budding acting career with music

Skyler Day Opens Up About Getting Her Start in Music — Residency Dates at The Hotel Cafe   Los Angeles is the city of a thousand concert venues, and because of that it’s easy to forget that many people who come to partake in the revelry of its glitz and glam are here for the […]

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Conor Obserst Salutations
Conor Oberst to headline the Greek Theatre, Los Angeles

Conor Oberst returns to the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles with a headline show date scheduled for Saturday, May 13. Touring in support of his new album Salutations, set for release on March 17 via Nonesuch Records, the album is a companion piece to 2016’s lauded Ruminations. Recorded at the famed Shangri-la Studios in Malibu, the new work […]

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Leopold and His Fiction
An Interview with Leopold and His Fiction — new album, becoming a Father, Detroit roots

Leopold and His Fiction Gears up to Release New Album “Darling Destroyer” — Tour Dates Announced with LA Date at The Echo Beloved for their White Stripes-esque vintage rock sound, the Austin-based Leopold and His Fiction are set to release their fourth full-length album, Darling Destroyer on January 27th. For frontman Daniel Leopold, making the […]

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The Menstruators
An Interview with Nadia G of The Menstruators — We talk new EP, food, menstruation and superpowers

“If it wasn’t for menstruation, you wouldn’t be here…”   Los Angeles feminist punk rockers, The Menstruators have released their debut EP Dead Glitter and it’s quite the “dirty, feral and slutty” experience. Fused with a blistering dose of riot grrrl punk and 90s grunge, the album comes at you like a wild banshee out of […]

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