Songs

Helado Negro releases new jam for those summer evenings with “Come Be Me”

Ecuadorian experimental electronic producer Helado Negro has just released new song “Come Be Me” via the Adult Swim Singles streaming program, which comes on the heels of the release of his album Private Energy back in May. Originally titled “I want to pretend I won in the end,” the new track pulsates with amorous potency, centered […]

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LA instrumentalist duo El Ten Eleven debut reinvention with first vocal EP

Los Angeles instrumental duo El Ten Eleven have debuted their first vocal release ever with the Unusable Love EP, featuring vocals by Emile Mosseri of The Dig. Born in the bustling community of bands that cut their teeth in Silverlake back in the early 00s, the band has circulated around the talents of Kristian Dunn on […]

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Joel Jerome
Video Premiere: Eternally Dancing Joel Jerome Debuts New Video, Album Release Details

Joel Jerome is the reigning king of LA’s underground music scene. You have probably heard about him recently for his work producing for some of the city’s brightest up-and-comers, such as Cherry Glazerr, La Sera, and LA Witch, among others. In a little under a month, we can expect to hear Cosmic Bear Jamboree, a […]

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The Horrors get freaky in video for new single “Machine”

English rock band The Horrors have revealed the music video for “Machine,” the first single from their upcoming fifth album V. In the video, twisted contortions of randomly generated computer simulations inspired by director Jon Emmony’s fascination with Hieronymus Bosch take shape as lead singer Faris Badwan groans over shrieking and buzzing guitar reverb. Eventually, the eeriness […]

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Echosmith announce return with giddy new pop track “Goodbye”

LA-sweethearts Echosmith has finally returned with a new song in the form of the upbeat pop bombast of “Goodbye,” a tune taken from their upcoming highly-anticipated sophomore album Inside A Dream. With a delicately plucked guitar melody opening up the track with lead-singer Sydney Sierota’s breathy vocals, the song soon drops into a percussion driven one that […]

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Get a first listen of TR/ST newest song “Bicep” and don’t miss him at FYF

Toronto-based artist TR/ST has revealed a first listen from a yet untitled release in the form of the industrial synth-powered track, “Bicep.” Moving forward with the dark electro-pop that garnered his self-titled debut and the subsequent Joyland a cult following, the man behind the provocative atmospherics Robert Alfons took isolation to the extreme in writing much of […]

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Cults returns with synths and hope to combat the darkness in new song “Offering”

Cults Announce Los Angeles Date at Teragram Ballroom Buzzing with the momentous cascades of synthesizers, New York duo Cults have emerged with the title track of their upcoming third studio album Offering, and the follow-up to 2013’s Static. For a band that honed the controlled use of minimalist melodies on its first two albums, which often […]

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Rhye end four year hiatus with sensual lullaby “Please”

Returning with their first new song in four years, downtempo R&B duo Rhye have unveiled the music video for the new track entitled, “Please,” and it’s quite the sensual lullaby. In a niche of alt-R&B that has become deeply saturated by anyone with access to a synthesizer, Rhye has been one to stand out, making […]

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Livia Slingerland
Song Premiere: Liv Slingerland shares anthemic new single “Hold On To”

Los Angeles alt-rocker, Liv Slingerland has premiered her anthemic new single “Hold On To.” Self-described as “energetic, angsty, yet optimistic” — the new song has a catchy hook and sound reminiscent of the 90s. While the vibrant number begs for you to sing-along to its buoyant melodies, the lyrics “tell a story about searching for […]

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