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Mayer Hawthorne
Mayer Hawthorne shares sexy new song “Lingerie & Candlewax” From Upcoming Album, And O.C. Gig in May

Los Angeles-based soul and R&B artist Mayer Hawthorne has dropped a new song from his upcoming album Man About Town (due out April 8 via Vagrant Records), and damn, does it ooze sex. The cut, titled “Lingerie & Candlewax” has a vintage feel to it, and Hawthorne’s own vocals sound a bit like they could be a classic […]

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Kevin Morby drops new video for “Dorothy,” plays Bootleg Theater in June

Singer-songwriter Kevin Morby wowed us at FYF Fest last year and we’ve been anxiously awaiting new tunes from him ever since. Morby has delighted us with a new video for the song “Dorothy,” which comes off his upcoming album Singing Saw, due out April 15 via Dead Oceans. In the video, Morby walks down a […]

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summer cannibals
Summer Cannibals release new song “Say My Name,” new album and L.A. gig in May

Portland rockers Summer Cannibals have shared a new tune ahead of their third record Full of It — due out May 27 via independent label Kill Rock Stars. They also have a Los Angeles tour date May 19 at the Teragram Ballroom (priced at $16.00) with The Thermals. Lead guitarist and vocalist Jessica Boudreaux has added new members: […]

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Video Premiere: Watch Cesar Saez’s New Video for “Amor Bonito”

Photo Credit: Iman Haji Valentine’s Day may have already passed but the celebration of love continues well into March. Indie bolero singer-songwriter and shaggy haired crooner Cesar Saez (and front man for The Wallburds) will woo you with his tales of love and life en Español. We here at Grimy Goods are excited to share the simply […]

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Ker and The Lesbians
Video Premiere: Watch Kera & The Lesbians’ new video for “Green”

When a song has the ability to get stuck in your head, especially when it’s not a cookie cutter pop number, it speaks to the song’s staying power. Los Angeles alt folk outfit, Kera & The Lesbians have delivered a unique, yet pleasantly approachable gem with their new song “Green,” off the band’s forthcoming debut album. […]

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Audacity
Hot New Music: Stream Audacity’s new song “Umbrellas” — LA date at The Smell

From underground LA gigs at The Echo and Los Globos to a pretty hefty tour that will take them across the U.S., Fullerton’s Audacity have been making a name for themselves in the Los Angeles underground music community and around. The cocksure quartet are ready to pummel your senses with the release of their fourth […]

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Ron Gallo
Hot New Music: Stream Ron Gallo’s new single “Put The Kids To Bed”

After spending a decade as a prominent name in Philly’s underground music world, Ron Gallo, the former frontman of Toy Soldiers went in the solo direction. Now the tall and slender eccentric is gearing up to deliver his second full-length record titled Heavy Meta. From the new album, Gallo has shared new single “Put The […]

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Låpsley unveils gorgeous cover of The Weeknd’s “The Hills”

As if the hype for her upcoming freshmen debut wasn’t enough, Låpsley has stolen the spotlight once again with an astonishing cover of The Weeknd’s chart-topping hit “The Hills.” Transforming the song’s once seductive R&B-infused drops into a powerfully heart-wrenching ballad, the young singer/songwriter’s ethereal murmurs are caressed solely by a soft piano accompaniment. Flexing her vocal chops more […]

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Animal Collective tease album with dizzying new track “Lying in the Grass”

There’s always been a measurable amount of freaky experimentalism within the abruptly groovy and psychedelic tones of Animal Collective, but the band’s latest single “Lying in the Grass” from the upcoming Painting With is haltingly emphatic with its whirlwind of synth buzzing and staccato vocals. Rolling forward on a haphazard beat of giddy hums and warbles, the […]

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Adult Books
Adult Books share new song “Casual Wrecks” and announce extensive U.S. Tour

Adult Books have been hot on the heels of their Monday night residency at The Echo, and now the Los Angeles band has revealed a new song “Casual Wrecks” off their upcoming album. With an alluring vocal monotone, reminiscent of Joy Division’s Ian Curtis, Adult Books really play up the post-punk aesthetic in this song. […]

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