Monthly Archives: July 2019

kills birds
Kills Birds Whip Up Scorching New Single in “Jesus Did”

Los Angeles-based band, Kills Birdshas come out with a new single, “Jesus Did.” This new song comes at the heels of the band’s self-titled debut album, Kills Birds, that arrives via KRO Records on Friday, Sept. 20. “Jesus Did” is the third track to be released by the band, all of which we can find on […]

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Hannah Stewart
Premiere: Indie-pop newcomer Hannah Stewart shares giddy new song “Glaze”

After leaving behind her job in June of 2018, California-native Hannah Stewart set-off on a three-month road trip of the U.S. and Canada—a journey that ended up birthing thirty new songs from the indie-pop singer. After recording two EP’s in her own apartment, Stewart has returned with new single “Glaze,” a giddy, blistering-synth-pop medley fueled […]

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future sounds fest
Future Sounds proves the place to be Aug. 3 at The Viaduct

What are you doing this Saturday, August 3? Hopefully you’re making plans to head to The Viaduct for Future Sounds fest! Hands down, one of the most unique spaces in Los Angeles that is totally L.A.! Catch some of L.A.s finest up-and-coming bands perform and get a feel for those grimy L.A. bridges as you […]

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Landroid
Hot Band Alert: Landroid share video for debut single “Yellow Sea” — a cosmic ode to the odyssey of the afterlife

Desert-dream-pop duo operating out of the sand-dune landscape of Landers, CA from where they take their name—Landroid have shared a first listen off their upcoming debut album with “Yellow Sea.” Pulled straight from the cosmically-inclined minds of Cooper Gillespie and Greg Gordon, the track and accompanying video is an ode to the odyssey of the […]

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penelope isles
Penelope Isles’ Debut Album, is a Sweet and Salty Summer Experience

July continues to bring sweltering weather as summertime in Los Angeles saunters along. While Angelinos may soon be praying for a respite from the heat, UK based band Penelope Isles are keen to turn it up with the recent release of their debut album, Until the Tide Creeps In. The album, the brainchild of brother and […]

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Gothic Tropic Celebrates Music and Life with New Single “Drunk on a Rhythm”

If circumstances persist for Cecilia Della Peruti, her sophomore album as Gothic Tropic is bound to be just as impactful as the band’s debut, Fast or Feast. The past two years since that LP have led the LA-born artist to career highs and personal lows, but her new single is meant to help her heal […]

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Interview: Madison Malone Proudly Advocates for the Freedom to Love

I wanted to put my own walls down with the whole world and be open with everyone about how I truly feel. I wanted to surrender to my feelings. ~ Madison Malone Last week, Madison Malone released a humble anthem for generations to come. ‘Quiet Down’ is a song inspired by love for love, declaring […]

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Paper Ido
Premiere: Paper Idol shares new bass-thumper with “Feel Real Pretty”

Paper Idol — the pseudonym from which Matan KG creates his pulsing electro-pop—has shared his latest single in the form of bass-buster “Feel Real Pretty.” A thumping, danceable electronic track that takes the best of Paper Idol’s nu-disco fascinations, “Feeling Real Pretty” combines all manner of electronica from spiraling synth-beats to 80s video-game-esque sonics. As […]

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New Single “Prophet” Creates More Anticipation for King Princess to be Crowned as Cheap Queen

The year’s most anticipated debut record is coming from King Princess, though it still does not have a release date. But Cheap Queen, as it will be called, is already stacking up to be a memorable one, with now its third single revealed ahead of the album. The latest is “Prophet,” a sensual ballad that […]

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CRX
CRX share electric new single / video “Falling” off new record Peek

CRX has announced the arrival of their second album Peek next month and have shared the single “Falling” from its tracklisting. An electronic-rock split between lavish synth-riff melodies and glam-rock wailing, “Falling” is as much a neon-tinted throwback piece as it is a modern collision of various genre tastes. It’s all shimmering croons via Nick […]

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