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Joel Jerome’s Twist on A Classic Holiday tune is a Mescaline Cactus Wrapped up in Christmas lights

Coming from a Hispanic background and growing up in Southern California, “Felix Navidad” is a Christmas song I’m well familiar with … or so I thought. While Jose Feliciano’s song has been a cultural crossover sung by abuelas and granny’s all throughout the generations in North America, Los Angeles native Joel Jerome reimagines the song […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
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DeathbyRomy shares concussive new song “Come And Play With Me” for the film “Promising Young Woman”

DeathbyRomy has shared “Come And Play With Me,” her discordant rock anthem and contribution to the soundtrack of the upcoming film Promising Young Woman, written/directed by Emerald Fennell. A blend of heady-industrial atmospherics and grinding rock, it’s no surprise that both DeathbyRomy and Fennell bonded over their love of Nine Inch Nails deep-cuts, as the […]

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Cautious Clay gets lost in the lies we tell ourselves on “Dying In The Subtlety”

Cautious Clay has debuted the second single from his highly-anticipated debut album in the form of “Dying In The Subtlety,” along with a music video that features a cameo from actor Jason Statham (kind of …). Directed by Haoyan of America and shot around Cautious Clay’s home in Crown Heights, Brooklyn — the video for the […]

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Andy Shauf Reveals Cold-Hearted Single “You Slipped Away”

One of the last shows featured in Grimy Goods, before mass tour cancellations and venue closures, was Andy Shauf at the Fonda. The Canadian musician performed songs from his January album, The Neon Skyline, which feels like it came out a lifetime ago. Now he has returned with a new single taken from the Neon […]

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Kid Bloom tries to see the upside on his buoyant new single “Hold In, Hold On”

Kid Bloom is doing his best to inject as much positivity via your eardrums with his newest single, “Hold In, Hold On.” A deliriously catchy track that rollicks forward on woozy guitar riffs and a buoyancy that keeps it bobbing around in your head long after it’s done playing. The song follows the release of […]

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Mia Doi Todd’s “Music Life” Sets off a Gentle Ripple in a Sea of Sound

Meditating on the ebb and flow of life, solo musician Mia Doi Todd creates a space where her musings come together to reveal a beautifully complex world, one where art and reality are entangled in an intricate and eternal dance. Todd’s latest single, “Music Life” continues the waltz with one step forward and two steps […]

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Ryan Hemsworth’s Collaborative Project Quarter-Life Crisis Reveals “Comfortable” Feat. Hand Habits Ahead of Debut EP Due Dec 4

Ryan Hemsworth has led a rich career, with a dedication to create what moves him. You may know him by his producer credits (Tinashe, Mitski), or his electronic material, or more specifically, by one of his instant-classic remixes. As a slight change of pace, this December, Hemsworth plans to drop a collaborative EP under a […]

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Helado Negro releases a somber cover of Neil Young’s “Lotta Love”

Roberto Carlos Lange has been busy during quarantine. This past summer saw the release of his Kite Symphony EP, which he created while in Marfa, Texas over the summer; and now, as Helado Negro, Lange has unveiled his first release on 4AD as a cover of Neil Young’s “Lotta Love.” The song, which already features […]

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Cass McCombs Explores the Power in Our Freedom of Choice in Newest Single “Don’t (Just) Vote”

In an attempt to be a more hopeful voice of reason in a cacophony of confusion, Cass McCombs urges us in his newest single “Don’t (Just) Vote,” to think a little more deeply about our choices and asks us to meditate not just on the power to elect, but also to enact. Building on the […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Lawrence Rothman Searches for a “Decent Man” on New Single feat. Lucinda Williams

With the general election right around the corner, the news from Lawrence Rothman could not have come at a better time. The Los Angeles musician, who identifies as genderfluid, has announced their sophomore album, Good Morning, America/Not a Son. The lead singles from each side of the forthcoming record are out now and expose Rothman’s […]

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Zoe Elaine |