Monthly Archives: April 2021

Someplace, Somewhere Pens Emotional Debut EP ‘I’ve Decided’

Someplace, Somewhere, the stage name for musician Niko Burciaga, has released a slow, melodic EP, ‘I’ve Decided.’ The collection of four songs is perfect to sink deep into, or play in the background as a moody interlude. Staticky instrumentals weave into somber lyrics of self discovery, loss and ultimately the decision to hold onto hope. The […]

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Premiere: YaSi’s Newest Music Video is A Chaotic Masterpiece for the Apocalyptic Age

On the rise artist YaSi hits the nail on the head with blunt force honesty in her latest single “World is Burning.” The cerebral stimulating single comes with an equally tantalizing music video that encapsulates the universal angst and exhaustion from the last year of lock downs and a world pandemic. Converging on a few […]

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The Hollywood Bowl Returns with 4 FREE Concerts and Summer Concerts at the Bowl

The Hollywood Bowl has announced plans for re-opening this summer and we couldn’t be more thrilled! The legendary outdoor venue will open this May and June, followed by the official return of the Hollywood Bowl’s Summer Concerts! This May and June the Hollywood Bowl will host four FREE concerts “for healthcare workers, first responders, and […]

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Hot Artist Alert: REI AMI is a playful pop artist with a dark side — New Single/Video “THAT’S ON YOU!”

South Korea born, Maryland raised singer REI AMI concocts soulful music with a gritty edge. A bubblegum pop persona with a dark side, her music bursts with attitude and seductive swagger. Her latest release “THAT’S ON YOU!” showcases that same bold charisma and sass. The song’s opening energetic rap sets the tone for this feisty […]

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Reyna Tropical and Y La Bamba join forces on summer mixtape essential “Encerrada”

Reyna Tropical has returned with a brand new song “Encerrada,” enlisting the talents of singer/songwriter Y La Bamba on their latest iteration of soothingly lush Afro-Mexican melodies. In pure Reyna Tropical fashion, the new song is a perfect summer jammer, an essential tune for any under-the-sun drive that dreams of palm trees and seaside sunsets. […]

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Claim Your “Space” With Audrey Nuna’s Latest Single, Signaling More to Come in 2021

When you have had it with everyone and everything, sneak away to spend some time with Audrey Nuna’s latest release “Space”. The first generation Korean-American artist has become known for her advanced flow, with sucker-punch singles like “damn Right” and “Comic Sans,” but “Space” shows her range. The newest cut lacks rapping altogether, instead favoring […]

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esperanza spalding mingles therapeutic practice with music on “TRIANGLE” suite

One of the main focuses of esperanza spalding‘s new Songwrights Apothecary Lab is to incorporate therapeutic practices into the process of songwriting and production: the first fruits of the lab come in the form of the three-song “TRIANGLE” suite composed of songs “formwela 1,” “formwela 2 (feat. Ganavya),” and “formwela 3.” Taking aim at the […]

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Cassandra Violet’s Debut Album Sparkles with Eclectic Pop Beats and Simmers in Deep Reflection

In the midst of a pandemic that has affected every individual differently, L.A.’s Cassandra Violet constructs a beautiful, eclectic album that has since grown and taken on multiple meanings. ‘Maybe it’s Not Too Late’ is the debut album for Violet, who is also a teacher in Boyle Heights. Produced by M83’s Joe Berry, it was […]

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Grimy Goods Celebrates 13 years with Mini Documentary
Grimy Goods Celebrates 13 years with Mini Documentary featuring commentary from Los Angeles music community

When I watched this video this morning, I was in tears; the kinds words from artists in our music community, who over the years have grown to be people I admire and proudly call friends. Happy tears! That’s what I tell my toddler when she sees mama cry over her growth from baby to little […]

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