Forecast

Wallice
2022 Forecast: Los Angeles Music Artists To Watch featuring Wallice

Los Angeles DIY-artist Wallice has had a prolific year. She released her stellar debut EP Off the Rails, a six-song collection of indie-pop leaning bops that introduced fans to her self-deprecating and incisive songwriting. But the 22-year-old also made a few live show milestones, performing at her first music festival at Head in the Clouds […]

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2022 Forecast: Los Angeles Music Artists to Watch Featuring Jensen McRae

With a sultry voice that carefully articulates every syllable of wisdom sewn into her lyrics, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Jensen McRae crafts sentimentally deep music that has come full blossom this year with the release of her debut EP, Who Hurt You?. Her propensity for songwriting and singing is also exemplified in her latest single “My […]

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Jagged Baptist Club
2022 Forecast: Los Angeles Music Artists to Watch featuring Jagged Baptist Club

Every now and then some masquerading fan of music offers up the out-of-touch lament that “rock is dead.” After giving them the biggest eye roll you can muster, be sure to point them in the direction of unruly rockers Jagged Baptist Club and their two blistering albums – two potent examples of rock in its […]

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Kali
2022 Forecast: Los Angeles Music Artists to Watch featuring KALI

Young and full of musical prowess, 17-year-old Kali Flanagan, known by her stage name KALI, is unabashed in her music and has a lot to say about being young and navigating the world at large. Writing about the pangs of youth and how confusing it is to grow older, introspective lyrics meet a delicious indie-pop […]

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Forecast: 20 Los Angeles Bands / Artists to Watch in 2020

It’s about that time! We’ve flipped our cards and shined our crystal balls and now it’s time to present you all with our annual forecast of Los Angeles artists / bands to watch in the new year. This year we upped the ante from 15 L.A. bands to 20! And trust, after what we saw […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Forecast: 15 Los Angeles Bands / Artists to Watch in 2019

CHECK OUT OUR UPDATED FORECAST FOR 2020! It’s that time of year where Grimy Goods rolls out their annual forecast of Los Angeles artists / bands to watch in the new year. This year we’ve selected 15 Los Angeles bands to watch, and a few worthy honorable mentions. Like every year, our annual forecast features […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Cosmos and Creature
Forecast: 15 Los Angeles Bands / Artists To Watch in 2018

2017 has been an interesting year, a lot of good, and a whole lotta bad. And you know what comes out of some really tough times? Great music. This past year we’ve seen so many Los Angeles acts, especially female-led acts, come into the forefront and reveal their many talents. Each year, Grimy Goods produces […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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2017 Forecast: Los Angeles Bands / Artists to Watch — they’re on the rise!

It’s the start of a new year and time for Grimy Goods’ annual forecast of up-and-coming Los Angeles bands and artists to watch. While we’ve selected 13 acts to keep an eye on, we’re fully aware of the many great and hardworking bands out there in our great city of Angels. This year’s projections are […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Kim & The Created
2016 Forecast: 10 Los Angeles Acts to Watch —- they’re on the rise!

2016 is in full swing and its time for us to release our annual forecast of Los Angeles bands we feel will make some serious waves this year. From the manic punk of Kim & The Created to the alluring sounds of synth pop duo, Pr0files — check out our 2016 Forecast: 10 Los Angeles […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Forecast: 13 Los Angeles Artists and Bands to Watch in 2015

Our great city of Los Angeles is gem for discovering new music. Many of the artists and bands that make the City of Angels their home quickly work their way up from playing small venues and underground shows, to selling out famed venues and going on large tours and playing music festivals. Last year, as […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |