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Sunflower Bean delivers brilliant set full of thrash and warm fuzzies at Constellation Room

Brooklyn psych pop trio, Sunflower Bean played a beautiful set this past Sunday at the Constellation Room in Santa Ana. Barley out of their teens, the group has been on an extensive North American tour since March. Not just musicians, the band are also activists that use their music to raise awareness for a good […]

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Recommended: Parquet Courts release new album “Content Nausea” under Parkay Quarts

Parquet Courts, a band that prides themselves in not falling in the clutches of social media or major label ownership (although they do have a functioning Facebook page), have continued strong with their DIY tenor and have dropped their second record this year. The Brooklyn-based indie-post-punkers received much critical acclaim for their June 2014 release, […]

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New Music Video: Brothertiger “In Mind”

All the way from Brooklyn (by way of Ohio), it looks like the dreamy synth pop outfit, Brothertiger has decided to record their official music video for “In Mind” in the gorgeous sunny lands and oceans of Malibu, CA. Can you blame them! Aside from being such a lovely and whimsical song, the video for […]

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Brooklyn’s legendary Soul Clap & Dance-Off comes to Downtown L.A. at The Well

Alright Los Angeles, get those money-makers out! From Brooklyn, the Soul Clap is making its way to The Well in Downtown L.A. on Friday, March 21st. It’s the hippest dance party in the U.S. selling-out every night in New York and featuring a mouthwatering collection of original 1960’s soul records of world famous 45rpm rock and soul beats. Not […]

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Stream Cerebral Ballzy’s new thrasher, “Speed Wobbles.”

Thrashing quicker than the time it would take to go the bathroom, Brooklyn-based gutter punks, Cerebral Ballzy have released a one-minute track titled “Speed Wobbles.” The song is the b-side to “Better In Leather” from their forthcoming album Jaded & Faded and you can stream it in all it’s scuzzy, grimy glory below. This past […]

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Sharon Van Etten returns to Los Angeles with a show at El Rey Theatre

Now this is the kind of show announcement that makes our day. Sharon Van Etten will headline the El Rey Theatre on Saturday, June 28th. If you’re not familiar with the the Brooklyn singer-songwriter, we highly recommend you get acquainted with her beautiful and heartfelt music. Her 2010 release, Epic, is still to this date […]

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Hot Band Alert: Sharkmuffin — these ladies deliver a punk punch in the gut that hurts so good

From Brooklyn, punk-garage-pop trio Sharkmuffin are something fierce, not to mention fearless — and you need to listen to their music right now. The all-female band are not afraid to scream and be loud and still manage to find a balance with catchy but not cookie-cutter, solid song structures with sticky lyrics that get stuck-in-your head. […]

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Just Announced: Widowspeak at the Echo – Oct. 16

Western-tinged rock ‘n’ roll with sweet ‘n’ sultry vocals, Widowspeak are embarking on a fall tour with a stop in Los Angeles, you won’t want to miss! Widowspeak are headlining the Echo on Wednesday, October 16 with support from Pure Bathing Culture. You can listen to Widowspeak’s latest single, “True Believer” below. If you love […]

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Video Premiere – The Vandelles “Miles Away”

Brooklyn trio, the Vandelles have released a flirty new video this morning for “Miles Away,” the second video from their new album, Strange Girls Don’t Cry. The video is a whimsical piece featuring a redheaded lolita dancing around in various outfits as she spends her day vinyl shopping, eating pizza and smoking. The video starts bright […]

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Freelance Whales Release New Song “Enzymes” – FREE Download

New York’s oh-so-likeable ensemble, Freelance Whales have released a new song titled “Enzymes” via www.greenlabelsound.com. The release of “Enymes” came as a total surprise. The Freelance Whales had the track “originally mocked up on a laptop in the van, as a way of messing around with alternate time signatures.” They were just rehearsing this song […]

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New Video: “Down By The Water” by The Drums

We’ve been listening to their self-titled debut album for quite some time now and totally dig on their fusion of 50s and 60s pop gems amongst other aural delights. With that sweet and classic boy band/girl group sound from yesteryear, The Drums have released a new video for their song “Down By The Water.” For […]

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The Wierd Festival 2009

Wierd Records, Brooklyn and Killing Spree, Los Angeles Present: The Wierd Festival 2009!! Check it out LA, some cool rockin’, electro and industrial music comin’ your way at these uber hip, artsy fartsy events. Be sure to check out Blacklist and Martial Canterel on Saturday night! It all kicks off today! Thursday, Nov. 12, 2009! […]

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“Idol Omen” by Glass Ghost – Album Review

Now this is some straight up chill music. Check out this awesomely creepy Brooklyn duo Glass Ghost. As I listened to their debut album “Idol Omen,” at times it felt like the soundtrack to a dark fairytale with its growing  influx of pounding drums and magical chimes. Front-man Eliot Krimsky sings with a haunting falsetto […]

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Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson 2009 US Fall Tour Dates!

My favorite Brooklyn indie crooner, Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson, is on tour! Finally, I’ll get to see him live and I suggest you check the dates below for a show nearest you. This guy is absolutely amazing. With members of Grizzly Bear and TV On The Radio’s Kyp Malone up in the mix on his […]

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