Songs

An Interview with Iconique — Making an Entrance with “The Bitch Has Landed”

On the heels of their challenging leading single, Iconique today reveal “The Bitch Has Landed,” another cut from their forthcoming Ovation EP. The LA-based neo-disco act is heating up just in time for the weather to cool down, which is apt—after all, fall fashion boasts some of the year’s most extravagant looks. Similarly, Iconique’s new […]

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Heather Cole Locks Up Her Ex In New Video, ‘Nice Guy’

Sultry, candy pop star Heather Cole’s newest video ‘Nice Guy’ is the quintessential girls night out: a lingerie party, a night club, and locking up your ex. With bouncing beats and rich vocals, ‘Nice Guy’ is about those who simply aren’t and none of us have time for that. Heather Cole has a record of writing […]

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Novi Releases A Soft Groove About Brutal Lessons Learned in ‘StandOff’

Captivating and honest, singer-songwriter Novi has just released a personal track ‘Standoff.’ The L.A.-based artist confronts drug use and the fall it brings in this urban, electro-pop single. “Water don’t heal the wound when the levee breaks,” Novi, ‘Standoff’ ‘Standoff’ is unapologetic in groove and brutally honest in her story. In true Novi fashion, the […]

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Mallrat’s new EP is unpredictable as it is blissful — LA date at The Echo

One of the fun things about archaic processes like film is the unpredictability of it. You never truly know what will come out until you develop the film, and any little variable could be the variable that changes how the ideas in your head are etched into reality. There is even something to the act […]

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Von Sell shares remixed version of his single with thrilling new “Crime of a Scene”

Remixing his own single to give it more of an electro-pop punch, Brooklyn by way of Germany artist Von Sell has unveiled his “Scene of a Crime” remix in the form of new song “Crime of a Scene.” The new version kicks and writhes in all of Sell’s anxieties and fears, bathing them in a […]

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TR/ST returns with gorgeous new track “Destroyer” — LA date at The Novo in support of ‘The Destroyer – 2’ LP

Spacey, echoey and open — when listening to TR/ST’s new music, one can’t help but picture a wide and vast image of places and people unknown. The sultry dark-wave artist has released his new single “Destroyer” off forthcoming ‘The Destroyer – 2’ LP. Tour dates announced including a Los Angeles gig at The Novo on […]

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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 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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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 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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