Stuff by: Zoe Elaine

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Ioanna Gika Releases Godly New LP—Tour With Garbage to Play the Shrine on May 16

When we cannot fathom a situation on our dying planet, in our finite lives, we turn to the gods. Los Angeles musician and songwriter, Ioanna Gika (formerly of Io Echo) just released her new LP named after the goddess of the sea: Thalassa. The title track itself is relatively short, but the jaunt leaps from […]

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PREMIERE: Bubbly New Single from Dresage and G.Smith is a Feminist Bop

Can there be too many feminist anthems? Dresage and G.Smith don’t think so; in fact, they recently collaborated on a new one called “Therapy,” which Grimy Goods has the pleasure to premiere today. It is a happy compromise between their production styles, where every bubbling moment holds something bold and new. Drink up the new […]

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Cold Showers
Cold Showers Are Back With Renewed “Faith” and LP Release Show at the Echoplex in July

In the realm of post-punk, Cold Showers live up to their name. A douse of this local trio will shock your system. The band has been grinding around Los Angeles for many years, and their gothic and noisy style has been a constant throughout their career. After a recent re-pressing of their debut LP, Cold […]

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Diane Coffee Shares New Song “Like a Child Does” — LA Date at Teragram

Diane Coffee has released a new song titled “Like a Child Does.” Along with the new track comes tour dates with a Los Angeles gig at Teragram Ballroom! It’s been a long time since Diane Coffee’s debut record, My Friend Fish. As Grimy Goods described when it was first released, the album was a reliable […]

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Premiere: Susy Sun Lives Up to Her Name With Two New Americana Singles and a Show at the Bootleg

When it comes to sunkissed performers, Susy Sun has them all beat. As a Grimy Goods favorite, we have followed her for a few years now, marking the ups and ups of the local songwriter’s career. Two years ago, Sun was playing a Hollywood residency; today she has two brand new songs and a highly […]

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Feminist Punks OBJECT AS SUBJECT To Perform at Repro Rights Benefit RADICAL ACTS at Zebulon

The last we heard from OBJECT AS SUBJECT, they had just released their very first single. “Weaponry” was a bombastic introduction to the project led by Paris Hurley, which led to the release of a full-length album, PERMISSION, just a few months later. This feminist collective will be performing at RADICAL ACTS: A Party for […]

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Japanese Punks CHAI Prep New Album Release and LA Show at the Moroccan

Who are your favorite Japanese rock stars? Can you think of any at all? This quartet is here to change that. Founded by twins Mana and Kana, CHAI is a punk band from Nagoya, Japan, and they will drop their sophomore LP this Friday. They call it PUNK, an obvious title considering their mission. They […]

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Amanda Palmer Makes No Compromises on There Will Be No Intermission LP—See Her at the Ace Theatre on May 11

Amanda Palmer takes no breaks. She also uses no shortcuts, and she rarely compromises. The creative titan has released another album, called There Will Be No Intermission, and it thunders with as much authority as the figure herself. Art was made for each track—all 20 of them—and can be purchased on her website, along with […]

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Premiere: Feminist Fatales Egg Drop Soup Share Video for New Mix of “PMS”

In 1993, Damon Albarn painted a portrait of the United States’ damaged relationship with fame through “Miss America,” off Blur’s second album. Though they were known as an uptempo Britpop band, this track is discordant and slow—and begs to be sneered at. “I don’t mind,” Albarn drones in the chorus, “I love only you.” A […]

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Premiere: Reykjavik’s Pale Moon Endure a Sunny “Exile”

The title of Pale Moon’s debut single alludes to their nomadic origins. While the Icelandic duo has not been formally removed from any place, they have traveled quite a lot; Natasha Sushchenko is originally from Russia while Árni Gudjonsson was born and raised on the verdant arctic island. They met in Spain and decided that […]

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