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Reyna Tropical
Reyna Tropical pay tribute to the world’s bodies of water and life on sublime new EP Sol Y Lluvia

A sublime blending of Afro-Mexican textures, melodies and reggaeton beats, duo Reyna Tropical have released their second EP Sol Y Lluvia. Dedicated to the “bodies of water and the communities around the world affected, damaged, and polluted by the systems around them,” Sol Y Lluvia finds a certain bliss in its lo-fi mix of stark […]

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kim gordon
Kim Gordon Brings Viscerality With Dark and Dystopic New Single “Sketch Artist”

With an abundance of records in her holster, musical legend Kim Gordon offers us a video for her latest single “Sketch Artist” in celebration of her first-ever solo album No Home Record out October 11th. The single is paired with a video which is illustrated by Gordon driving through L.A. nightlife—commenting on the transience and […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Emma Cole delivers most personal song yet with “Zachary”

LA’s rock queen, Emma Cole, has just released one of her most personal songs yet. Out on his birthday, August 23rd, ’Zachary’ is a tribute to her cousin who left this earth too soon. She lifts us up with her voice as she calls out to him through song, using her medium of psych-rock to […]

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Beabadoobee
Beabadoobee chases a crush and identity crisis on jangle-rocker “She Plays Bass”

Beabadoobee crafts the kind of infectious, guitar-peddling, bedroom pop that taps into the giddy romantic in us all. Her video for new single “She Plays Bass” finds the seafoam-haired Londoner chasing love and an identity crisis—with a bass playing crush and jangle-rock textures swirling at its center. Glowing and blissfully melancholic, beabadoobee wrestles with her […]

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Spare Parts for Broken Hearts
Ironic New Single from Spare Parts for Broken Hearts, “Big Win” Provides Catharsis

LA’s rock scene has been exploding with queer and female-fronted acts in the past few years, and one of the brightest local stars is Spare Parts for Broken Hearts. Our love for the project, helmed by Sarah Green, is well-documented in the halls of Grimy Goods, and we are pleased to share her newest single, […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Iconique
If You “Really Wanna Disco,” Grab Tickets to See Iconique at a GeoMetro Party This Friday, Aug 30

Iconique is an aptly named disco act, full of confidence and devoid of apology. Those traits define the band’s frontman, Leo Paparella, who hopes that their latest single will educate the masses about the true origin and purpose of disco. “Do You Really Wanna Disco?” will appear on Iconique’s forthcoming Ovation EP, but you have […]

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Zoe Elaine |
jenny hval
Go Down the Rabbit Hole with Jenny Hval’s new track “High Alice”

With just weeks until the drop of her new album, ‘The Practice of Love,’ multidisciplinary artist Jenny Hval released “High Alice,” a new single that follows the hot release of “Ashes to Ashes,” another song off Hval’s upcoming album. “High Alice” is aptly titled, leading listeners down a rabbit hole into the subconscious; a rather […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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 |
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