New Music

Julien Baker returns with lush soul-wrenching new song “Appointments” off forthcoming album Turn Out The Lights

Singer/songwriter Julien Baker has unveiled the first single “Appointments” off her upcoming sophomore album Turn Out The Lights, the follow-up to her groundbreaking debut Sprained Ankle. Continuing the thread of viscerally confessional songwriting that she’s become renowned for, “Appointments” trades the nakedness of her acoustic guitar plucks for a glowing guitar melody, one that trickles down in the […]

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Grouplove releases fiery new single “Remember That Night”

Los Angeles indie-pop sweethearts Grouplove have debuted the newest addition to their repertoire of life-affirming anthems with “Remember That Night.” With the release of last year’s Big Mess, the group officially made their departure from the surf-rock tinted sounds that firmly rooted them in the hearts of the Southern Californian beaches they so often sang about […]

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Gordi’s Debut LP Earns Your Trust with Its Emotional Honesty

This Thursday you’ll want to make your way to Resident in Little Tokyo to see Australian alt pop sensation Gordi before her debut LP drops next week. The record is titled Reservoir, which refers to a space brimming with emotion, where one may wade when mulling over life. If she brings even a fraction of […]

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Gang of Youths find meaninglessness but don’t fret in “The Deepest Sighs, the Frankest Shadows”

Gang of Youths, the rapturous rock band from Australia that seems hell bent on tackling the existential and spiritual angst of the human condition all by their lonesome have debuted the music video for their newest anthem, “The Deepest Sighs, the Frankest Shadows.” The song is off the band’s highly anticipated new album Go Farther in […]

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Vector Xing
Song Premiere: Vector Xing Mourns Innocent Black Lives Lost on New Single, “Funeral”

The first the world heard from the duo Vector Xing was a subdued lounge pop EP released in 2015 called 440Hz. It was comprised of synth-based tracks sporting simple, bold blocks of color for cover art and featured a haunting voice belonging to Stevan Cablayan. He has grown significantly in the past two years, both […]

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Susy Sun
Video Premiere: Susy Sun navigates complex infatuations in the desert in music video for new song “I Can’t Wait To Get Your Clothes Off”

Susy Sun might be an unfamiliar name at the moment, but the Los Angeles-based by way of Seattle singer/songwriter/pianist’s delicate croons are about to become an end of summer playlist staple with the music video debut of her song “I Can’t Wait To Get Your Clothes Off.” A lilting hymn about the nubile moments of […]

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Geographer let the heartache flourish on “Read My Mind” off upcoming Alone Time EP

Geographer, the grandiose synth-pop project with cello-allure helmed by Mike Deni have unveiled their newest ambitions in the form of the Alone Time EP of which their single “Read My Mind” is a first glimpse of. As lush as any Geographer track, “Read My Mind” perches its surging soundscape on the aches and yearnings of Deni’s […]

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NONA
Song Premiere: LA-born indie project NONA shares newest song “Fathers Day”

After years of touring with a variety of other bands (Goldroom, The Moth and the Flame), LA-native Michael Goldman’s newest project NONA was inspired by the need to create something uncompromisingly true to himself. Employing a lush indie-rock tone complete with jangly surf guitars, Goldman’s rugged crooning bounces around melodically on his first single for […]

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imaad wasif
Imaad Wasif Added to Desert Daze Lineup on Heels of Career Best LP

Imaad Wasif has an impressive resumé. Wasif has been part of collaborations for most of his career, so the pivot to making his own material felt like a promising turn. He put out three diverse, vaguely spiritual rock-leaning records in the late 2000s, and wrote three more that never made it to release. One Wasif […]

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Sinéad Harnett
Hot Artist Alert: Sinéad Harnett makes LA debut at The Echoplex

Sultry and smooth, London’s Sinéad Harnett is making her way to Los Angeles with a headline show date at The Echoplex on Monday, October 30th. For lovers of all that silky smooth r&B, Harnett’s upcoming performance at The Echoplex is a show you will not want to miss. This budding vocalist is on the rise, […]

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