Songs

Lucy Arnell
Premiere: Lucy Arnell shares rock-rambler “Shadow’s Coming Over to Watch a DVD”

L.A.-based Lucy Arnell has shared the video for her song “Shadow’s Coming Over to Watch a DVD,” which will be part of a split cassette release with post-punk-pop provocateur Holiday Sidewinder. The film—co-directed and shot by Arnell’s good friend Tess Wachter—is an oddity specific to Arnell’s own vision. A grunge-rock rambler soundtracks the film, which […]

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Steven Ward |
DGTL CLR drops slick new track “Carry On”

One of our favorite up-and-coming electronic music-makers, DGTL CLR is back at it with another dope track. Switching it up a bit, DGTL CLR’s latest single “Carry On” has a Butthole Surfers meets Beck type of vibe. Devereaux Jennings‘ vocals are immaculate in his quick spoken-word delivery, while his unique blend of electronic, indie and […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Blood Cultures
Blood Cultures bask in anonymity, share atmospheric banger “No Favors”

Hidden behind a mask, anonymous bedroom-pop artist Blood Cultures has been carefully building a dedicated cult following since 2013. The anonymity has allowed for a blank-slate style of music for their listeners—removing any distraction by the artist themselves and placing the entirety of the listener’s focus on the music. In an age when being seen […]

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Steven Ward |
derde verde
Float Away With Derde Verde’s ‘Waking The Dream,’ First Single Off Their Upcoming Album

Melting indie folk into a sea of philharmonic arrangements, LA-based group Derde Verde brings us the introspective journey, ’Waking The Dream.’ Formed in 2008 by singer/guitarist Dylan McKenzie and bassist Jonathan Schwarz, Derde Verde has released several EP’s and can be found touring the world or playing intimate rock shows in LA (see below for […]

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Compress Collide
Premiere: Compress Collide mix punk-angst with Southland fires in new single “Oh No”

Billing themselves as the tallest band in Los Angeles, the trio in Compress Collide craft the kind of urgent, power-pop-punk that gets you raging as much as it puts a fire in your belly. Their new single, “Oh No,” the second to be released in anticipation of their debut EP, is a bleak rocker that […]

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Steven Ward |
Temples
Temples share riveting new single “You’re Either On Something” from upcoming album Hot Motion

In anticipation of their newest album being slated for release next month, Temples have shared yet another single from the record this time in the form of the sublimely sizzling “You’re Either On Something.” Offered in the band’s signature blend of neo-psychedelia rock, lead singer James Bagshaw’s piercing croons are as ethereal as ever as […]

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Steven Ward |
fell runner
Fell Runner’s New Single is a Hazy Supermarket Trip — Announce September Residency at Echoplex

What’s punk about the grocery store? L.A. based band Fell Runner have a couple of answers in their newest single, “Supermarket,” a melodramatic winding stroll down produce aisles and shame. Eclectic sounding, slow wheeling and quite breathy, “Supermarket” is a song that asks you to take a number and wait for each word and instrumental to […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Rituals of Mine
Rituals of Mine Defeats Trauma with New Single “Burst”; Announces EP Release and North American Tour Dates

Fierce electronic duo Rituals Of Mine just released a video for their trip-hop jam ‘Burst:’ an eerie, empowering track that reconciles with past traumas. The band, comprised of vocalist Terra Lopez and drummer Adam Pierce, also announced that their EP “Sleeper Hold” will be out on October 4th on Carpark Records. The much anticipated collection […]

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Francesca-Crowley
Premiere: L.A.-based singer/songwriter Francesca Crowley faces down her demons on new single “Red”

For L.A.-based singer/songwriter Francesca Crowley, there’s a catharsis in drawing from her personal strife and embedding that pain into her music. Her new single “Red” details in raw clarity her experiences with an eating disorder, tracing her attempts to overcome the very human need to eviscerate ourselves with these demands of what we should look […]

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Avant-Garde Singer, The Songery Wipes the Slate Clean in Experimental Folk Composition “You”

The last we heard of The Songery, she was reimagining the genre of singer-songwriter into a dancing, whimsical land of ‘anything goes.’ With a recognizable frankness in her voice and lyrics, The Songery (moniker of Alexandria Leon) is back with a stunning, brave composition, “You.” Her upheaval of expectations lands perfectly in this shocking combination […]

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