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October's Child
Song Premiere: Stargazing with October’s Child

The enormity of the universe can seem overwhelming if you think about it for too long. Perhaps that is why we think of loved ones when we stargaze. If there exists a place as incomprehensible as heaven, it would have to be among the galaxies all out of reach to us here on Earth. I […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Wilco
Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy to headline two intimate L.A. dates at Largo at the Coronet

Jeff Tweedy has announced two very special Los Angeles show dates at Largo at the Coronet. The Wilco frontman will headline the intimate L.A. venue on Thursday, Dec. 28 and Friday, Dec. 29. If you’re a Wilco / Tweedy fan, these are two very rare performances you won’t want to miss out on. We last […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Baths shares new song “Extrasolar”– LA date at Zebulon

Baths, aka Will Wiesenfeld has shared a new song titled “Extrasolar”. The new single follows Baths’ September song reveal “Yeoman.” Both songs will be on Baths’ forthcoming album, Romaplasm, out November 17th via Anticon / Tugboat (Japan). Romaplasm is Baths’ first full length record in four years! Stream the new single “Extrasolar” below! To celebrate […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Oddnesse Reveal Cathartic New Single, “I Used To”

Oddnesse has revealed a new single, attaining a blissful catharsis on “I Used To.” The track delivers that serene dreampop vibe we’ve come to love from the local duo. This is their newest single since “Are You Down,” with both tracks pointing to a new release on the horizon. (Probably not an LP, per our […]

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TEST
Song Premiere: TEST Debut “Bleached Hands” Ahead of Hi Hat Performance

TEST prides itself on being a band, and not a ‘project.’ The trio makes unapologetic rock music, so it makes sense that they’d also keep a strict definition of exactly who they are. It all began in a warehouse in Vernon, living off of cheap noodles and the promise of creative catharsis. After a couple […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Song Premiere: Francine Thirteen Flaunts Female Empowerment in “The Huntress”

Though she is not new to creating music, the name Francine Thirteen may be new to you. A quick sift through her Soundcloud will enlighten any layperson what her music is all about, namely, feminine power that bucks male narratives. Her latest project is titled “Lust Heals, Give Me My Sin Again,” of which the […]

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mind monogram
Song Premiere: Mind Monogram Reflect on Unobservable Forces in “Dark Matter Theory”

Local psych rock four-piece, Mind Monogram, has been buzzing about for several years. They have been playing around LA County throughout the band’s career, which began in 2014 as a solo project from frontman and guitarist Edgar Ruiz. Then they put an EP in 2015, another last year, which was quickly followed up by their […]

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Zoe Elaine |
LA River Bend
Song Premiere: LA River Bend Drop First Single From Their Debut EP

If you ever hang out downtown around Chinatown or Little Tokyo, or if you’ve ever visited the new State Historic Park on Spring Street, chances are you’ve seen the dried up concrete anded that used to ferry water across the city. Thanks to restoration projects, water does sit near Elysian Valley, but pushing south, the […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Skatterplot
Song Premiere: Sci-Fi Synth Pop Anthem From Enigmatic Skatterplot

Steven Solomon is a trained jazz musician who performs as the character Skatterplot, only ever seen in a red mask. Ironically, when he writes music, he feels most free. His latest track, “Don’t Stop the Fight” is an uplifting synth pop anthem that wears his resilience on his sleeve; listen to the premiere below. Skatterplot […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Julia Jacklin reveals second-half of new 7″ “Cold Caller”

A budding ode to her sister, Julia Jacklin’s “Cold Caller,” the second-half of her Eastwick/Cold Caller 7″ out via Polyvinyl Recording, is a sublime bundle of pointed guitar work and nonchalantly delivered sentiments. Wrapped briskly in her cuttingly euphonious wonderings, Jacklin quips tenderly about the changes in her sister’s life that have quietly affected her own as […]

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Steven Ward |
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