Monthly Archives: November 2018

VHS COLLECTION
VHS Collection announce Los Angeles show at Echoplex

Brooklyn based electro-rockers, VHS Collection are brining their anthemic and oh-so-addictive music to Los Angeles with a headline gig at Echoplex. VHS Collection will take the Echoplex stage on Friday, March 1. The band just released their debut album, Retorfuturism and it shimmers and shines with all the delicious electro rock your heart desires. It’s […]

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vote midterms
Voting Playlist — songs that inspire change and power to the people

If you got a long line at the polls today, pop this voting playlist on for some inspiration; use it to pump that patriotism back up (we know it’s been down since 2016) and blast the shit out of it when you send off your ballot. Featuring 20 songs that inspire change and power to […]

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Reignwolf at The Roxy, holding down the throne for one of the best live shows

Los Angeles has been waiting a long time to once again witness the majesty that is Reignwolf. Thursday night, The Roxy finally satisfied that need and provided some sweaty raucous rock-n-roll to a sold out house. Seeing a performer like Jordan Cook in any venue is a treat especially if there are balconies to climb on […]

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noelle scaggs
Noelle Scaggs Debuts Solo Project with Heartbreaking Anthem Featuring BRÅVES

Noelle Scaggs, known best as a member of Fitz and the Tantrums, has just announced her solo project with the brand new single, “Great For You.” It comes as the first of many songs that Scaggs has been working on around the Tantrums busy schedule. “Great For You” is an anthem featuring the pleading falsetto […]

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L.A. Witch band
L.A. Witch To Release a Bone- Chilling EP Octubre on November 2nd — Stream Lead Single “Haunting”

Almost exactly a year later, L.A. Witch, comprised of Irita Pai, Ellie English, and Sade Sanchez, has returned with their latest five-track EP Octubre out on November 2, 2018 via Suicide Squeeze. Coming out of a blur of long Southern Californian nights, the band’s latest is darker, grimier, and more complex than ever. With themes […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |