Kaylee Patterson
Premiere: Kaylee Patterson Releases Debut EP ‘Forever Would’ve Sucked’

Releasing her first single in 2020, Montreal singer/songwriter Kaylee Patterson has come through with her debut EP, Forever Would’ve Sucked, a six-song introspective collection about heartbreak, perseverance and the words you wish you had known how to say sooner. Focusing on bad relationships, Patterson addresses abusive patterns and explores how to find the strength to […]

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Mold!
Premiere: MOLD! make their rapturous debut on the ecstatic and frenzied debut album “NO SILENCE!”

Miami psych-rock collective MOLD! have dropped their hotly anticipated album NO SILENCE! Like an ecstatic rallying cry, NO SILENCE! erupts with a fervent scream for perseverance. Written about the band’s founding member and lead vocalist, Carlo Barbacci’s move from his home in Lima, Peru to Florida — NO SILENCE! also tracks his emotional journey to start […]

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Premiere: AKACATS Delivers a Lo-fi Stunner with New EP Cupido

Adding to the breath of lo-fi triphop, but firmly delivered with her own spin on things, Chilean MC and singer-songwriter AKACATS (aka Catalina Rojas) slips quietly into the stream of hip hop consciousness with the drop of her debut EP, Cupido. The four-song release pairs together a distinct lo-fi sound with elements of jazz, soul […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Molly Hanmer
Premiere: Molly Hanmer & The Midnight Tokers share bluesy-rock rumbler “Get Loose” off new album

LA-based Molly Hanmer & The Midnight Tokers have shared the title track from their highly-anticipated sophomore LP with the single “Get Loose.” Written during the peak of the pandemic and throughout the social upheavel that we’ve faced as a country over the last year, “Get Loose” is a potently bluesy anthem that sees Hanmer and […]

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Steven Ward |
Carré
Premiere: Carré share sprawling new track “Turn Down the Choir”

LA techno rockers Carré have shared a new song in the form of “Turn Down the Choir,” a sprawling five-minute track of looping beats and heady-electronica. The new single, accompanied by a video co-directed by Patrick Fogarty and Keveen Baudouin, and starring Ottmar De Anda and Nicolas O’Connor — follows the journey of its main […]

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Steven Ward |
Premiere: L.A.-Based Musician Norrie Releases New Single “Earthrise” and Diorama Inspired Music Video

Los Angeles based musician Chris Gale has had an eclectic career writing and performing music in various forms from writing music for ads, playing in piano bars around the world to making all night minimalist soundscapes for art festivals. Now, Gale embarks on a new journey to define his own sound with his solo project, […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Premiere: LA’s Night Talks Return with First New Single / Video in Over Four Years

After a four-year hiatus from releasing music, Los Angeles band Night Talks is back with their new single “Overcome,” the first single off of their upcoming sophomore album, Same Time Tomorrow. Bouncy, light and with plenty of dream pop synth to open with, the tune is an upbeat downer, with a catchy as hell melody […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Punk Rocker Suzi Moon Drops New Video for Her Single “Nuthin to Me”
Premiere: Punk Rocker Suzi Moon Drops New Video for Her Single “Nuthin to Me”

After dropping a solo EP earlier this year and two music videos for songs off the release, vicious punk rocker Suzi Moon comes back with a black and white music video for her single “Nuthin to Me.” The last song on her Call the Shots EP, “Nuthin to Me” is a heavy, crunchy power anthem […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Premiere: Cambria and its “Wild Sea” Inspired New Dresage Music Video & ‘Terror Nights / Terror Days’ EP

Keeley Bumford knows what it’s like to gather your courage and face fear head-on. Her EP Terror Nights / Terror Days describes the very anxieties that have made her falter in years past, yet the release has a triumphant end. The Los Angeles musician and producer also known as Dresage begins the release with “Who […]

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nick pagan
Premiere: LA Crooner Nick Pagan Releases Retro Inspired Single “Hardly Use My Hands”

Those with Hispanic parents or grandparents, especially in Southern California, can probably tell you the sounds they heard blaring from the radio most Sunday nights as Art Laboe’s “Oldies but Goodies” radio program ran through a catalog of funk, R&B, doo-wop and the enchanting rhythms of Chicano soul. A dedication going out to someone with […]

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Patricia Sanchez |