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Sure Sure share delightful single “Giants,” debut album out now

In a near effortless exercise in optimism, indie-rockers Sure Sure have unveiled the final single from their now released self-titled debut album, a release that instantly cements their breezily enchanting DIY tones into something sublimely delightful. The song, “Giants,” spins itself in the form of a happy-go-lucky warning, one textured by the boys’ distinct wails […]

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Her Space Holiday reveal new song “Wounded” from upcoming EP

Her Space Holiday, the experimental project of Marc Bianchi, has debuted the first sounds of his return with the buzzingly introspective, “Wounded,” off his upcoming Gravity EP. Pulsating on a few choice electronics like broken, interstellar transmissions filled with Bianchi’s existential meanderings the track putters along on the atmospheric space it creates between its melodies. Not […]

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Animals abound in Palm’s music video for “Dog Milk”

Gearing up for the release of their sophomore album Rock Island, Philadelphia’s indie-rock outfit Palm have debuted a music video for their single “Dog Milk,” taking their fans on a home video tour of a zoo and city rooftops in the process. Catching a glimpse of the occasional penguin and lemur, Palm’s video mingles all the […]

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I’m With Her release new single “Game To Lose” off upcoming debut album

The trio of folk crooners I’m With Her, the band fronted by Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O’Donovan, have released their second single “Game To Lose” off their upcoming debut album See You Around. Wielding their three-part harmonies with a poignant elegance and near seamless effortlessness that would give Lucius a run for their money, […]

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Bahamas release sizzling new single “Bad Boys Need Love Too”

Toronto singer/songwriter Bahamas, the groovy brainchild of Afie Jurvanen, has released his first single “Bad Boys Need Love Too” off his highly-anticipated upcoming fourth studio album Earthtones. The track sizzles and pops between its sultry beats courtesy of legend James Gadson and a collection of smoky vocals, which are offered up by bandmate Felicity Williams and the […]

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BØRNS releases another taste of new album Blue Madonna with “God Save Our Young Blood”

Indie-pop singer BØRNS has already wasted little time in the new year with the release of a single off his upcoming sophomore attempt Blue Madonna, peeling back his earlier synth fixations in favor of more organically sublime textures.  In, “God Save Our Young Blood,” the young singer’s normally stratospheric falsetto takes the backseat as he murmurs […]

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MOBY
Moby schedules intimate performance at The Echo in support of new album

Moby has announced a Los Angeles headline date at The Echo for Wednesday, March 14. This intimate performance will celebrate Moby’s forthcoming album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt. The album will be released on March 2, 2018 via Mute.  Check out Moby’s new single and video for “Like a Motherless Child,” off his forthcoming album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt. The song features LA-based […]

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Molly DeWolf
Song Premiere: Molly DeWolf is Patient with Love on her Debut Single, “8 Seconds”

Molly DeWolf made her first impression on Los Angeles this past Monday to a crowd packed like sardines at the Winston House in Venice. She had been working toward this end for awhile, as the former director of Harvard’s a cappella group and an American Idol alum, but she quickly became disillusioned with music industry […]

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SWIMM
SWIMM Debut INOJ Cover and Announce Sequel to Their Mini-Fest, Love You Down

Local duo SWIMM are planning a sequel to their community mini-festival, Love You Down, and have solidified their love for INOJ by laying down a cover of her track in their signature sultry indie rock style. Listen to it exclusively on Grimy Goods below. Ironically, the band’s cover is not one you can twerk to, […]

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Georgi Kay
Song Premiere: Georgi Kay’s New Electro Pop Single is Your New Guilty Pleasure

What’s your guilty pleasure? Chocolate? The Real Housewives? Carly Rae Jepsen? Georgi Kay wants you to get guiltier. Without completely abandoning a sense of morality, Kay advocates for exploration of intrigue, even if the subject of your desire is already spoken for. Her new single is filled with pulsing bass that could fill an auditorium, […]

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