Stuff by: Zoe Elaine

Celebrate Leonard Cohen with Honey Child and Friends this Saturday at the Echo

Leonard Cohen would have been 84 tomorrow. To celebrate his life, local artists have organized an afternoon of music and poetry at the Echo the following night, September 22nd. Honey Child’s Claire McKeown curated the event, which will feature appearances from Entrance, Shannon Lay, Draemings, Joel Jerome, and more. Grab your tickets here. The loss […]

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Anticipation Grows for New Music from Joy Downer

Joy Downer—the moniker for local duo (and live three-piece) as well as the legal name of the band’s frontwoman—has been busy. If you follow them on Soundcloud, you may have noticed that new covers and demos appeared quietly on their page in the past week. It is only the tip of the iceberg.  We’ve known […]

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O Future
Premiere: O Future Demonstrate Devotion Through Immobility in New Video for Stay”

Eventually, a song will be written for every subject; today marks the release of one about medieval anchorite nuns. The new single from O Future (formerly OOFJ) is called “Stay,” referring to the vows of immobility taken by those who dedicated their lives completely to their faith. Grimy Goods has an exclusive stream of the […]

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Winter
Premiere: Winter Throws a Technicolor Party in Video for “You Don’t Know Me”

Friendship is complicated. Growing older can cause friction between even the thickest of thieves, especially if one has decided to turn away from a life of crime. Samira Winter and her namesake band explore a fading relationship on “You Don’t Know Me” from their spring LP release, Ethereality. Watch the new video exclusively below. Outside […]

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Brother Oliver
Premiere: Be Wary of False Prophets, Warns Brother Oliver

When we are desperate, we become irrational. Recklessness makes us prone to fall for schemes from unsavory characters. South Carolina’s Brother Oliver tells us to be wary around new people with unusual ideas; their new single “False Prophet” is a powerful bit of wisdom. Listen to it exclusively below and grab tickets to their upcoming True […]

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Get Caught Overheating With Fever Feel Tonight at Harvard and Stone

If your favorite Beatles song is “Revolution 9,” then you’ll love Fever Feel. Even if you have little respect for that comparison, keep reading—the Canadian three-piece is creative in the best ways. The band has a self-titled album due out next week, on September 14th to be exact; get a first look at their psychedelic […]

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young creatures
Premiere: Young Creatures Demand Answers on New Single “Something I Don’t Know”

What’s worse: living in ignorance or knowing that there’s something you don’t know? Young Creatures have an existential crisis over this question in their brand new single, premiering today exclusively on Grimy Goods. Listen to “Something I Don’t Know” below. The local trio has shuffled around the city for years, exposing Angelenos to their lighthearted, […]

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dream phases
Premiere: Dream Phases Show Maturity on New Single, “To Walk Away”

When I spoke to Brandon Graham a few months ago, he hinted at a plethora of upcoming material from his relatively new project, Dream Phases. Today, an album cycle is supposed to last months, where bands must coordinate social media campaigns with new assets all while playing live shows too. Graham throws all that out […]

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water slice
Premiere: Water Slice Makes a Splash with His Clones in New Video

Patrick Phillips was always indie, having moved from Portland to LA. Today he values the picturesque outlook at his Echo Park residence and he makes sunny psych rock where he feels most at home. Now working under the moniker Water Slice, a self-titled EP of songs he’s written over the past two years is forthcoming; “This […]

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pathway to paris
Don’t Give Up Hope Yet: Pathway to Paris is coming to the Ace Hotel on September 16th

This may come as a shock, but there is still some hope left for the planet after all. The Paris Agreement was adopted by 195 countries in December of 2015, and then, a year-and-a-half later, the Drumpf administration sent a formal notice to the UN announcing that the US would withdraw. The agreement has little […]

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