Monthly Archives: March 2016

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Top 20 Electronic/Dance Artists in Indie/Underground (Who Don’t Just Push Play)

Electronic music is enjoying its peak in popularity these days. While some of the top-tier DJs don’t do much outside of pressing the play button and being hype men, there are an infinite amount that do a lot more than that. Read on for a list of our 20 favorite electronic/dance artists that aren’t quite the […]

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Video Premiere: Watch CASINOS’ new video for “It’s Fun”

Los Angeles alt-rockers CASINOS have a new video for the song “It’s Fun” and we are debuting it here at Grimy Goods. “Max, the videos director had previously contacted us stating that he would like to make us a video,” the band told Grimy Goods. “He lives in New York I believe and goes to school […]

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Win Tickets to The Residents at The Regent Theater

Experimental cult music heroes The Residents, often clad with large eyeball masks, are well known for their mind-melting music and equally mind-melting performances. They’ll be celebrating 40+ years of offbeat, genre-bending sonic triumphs and you can join them when they headline The Regent Theater on Saturday, April 9th. The band is presenting a special show […]

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Hot New Music: Stream Sand Babes New Song “Lush” – West Coast Tour Dates Announced

When we last caught up with Echo Park locals Sand Babes they had just premiered the sweet psychedelic elixir known as “Carousel” and they were knocking our socks off live with an impressive set at Echo Park Rising. The band is back in action sharing with us their new single “Lush” due out on 7″ […]

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Moses Sumney shares new track “Everlasting Sigh,” plays Getty in June

Moses Sumney had a breakout 2015. He opened for St. Vincent and Erykah Badu at the Hollywood Bowl and his 7″ with Terrible Records was very well regarded. He also dropped in on Solange’s FYF Fest set. Now, the singer-songwriter has released a new song “Everlasting Sigh” ahead of a series of festival dates, as well […]

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Wye Oak to play Teragram Ballroom date in July

Baltimore indie rock duo Wye Oak will return to Los Angeles for a date at the Teragram Ballroom on July 16. It will be almost a full year since they wrapped up their last tour in Los Angeles at Club Bahia, where we saw them deliver a magical performance. Jenn Wasner has been touring her […]

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The Lumineers announce Hollywood Bowl date for October

Popular folk band The Lumineers will headline the Hollywood Bowl on October 5 in a concert presented by KROQ. It’s been several years since they found large-scale success on the shoulders of their self-titled debut and the band now has a new album Cleopatra due out April 8, via Dualtone. The single “Ophelia” (which can be heard […]

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Yeasayer abandons synth-pop for the psychedelic-gospel with New Album “Amen and Goodbye”

If there ever existed such a thing as a modern art album, Amen & Goodbye, Yeasayer’s fourth studio attempt, would undoubtedly be it. As eloquently bewildering as ever, the New York experimental rock outfit successfully disembark from the restrictions of melodic, synth-pop constructions as they explore the fringes of their bizarre expressionism. Caught somewhere between the […]

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Tame Impala’s Cam Avery to play Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever in April

Tame Impala bassist and backup vocalist Cam Avery will headline a show at the Masonic Lodge at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Thursday, April 7. The Aussie musician is a jack-of-all-trades, having served as a founding member of POND as well as The Growl. There’s a certain lounge-ish aspect to Avery’s solo stuff, as evidenced […]

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Win Tickets to Calentura Feat. Buraka Som Sistema at The Roxy

Calentura, created by Los Angeles based party crews Subsuelo and Late Night Laggers, in collaboration with Fania Records, presents the wildest dance nights, which often bump with both classic and contemporary global sounds, from Latin to funk to electronic, and everything in between. Calentura will be taking over The Roxy on Thursday, April 7th featuring a […]

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