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Holdan Sutton
Holdan Sutton shares melancholic single “Magic” from upcoming debut EP

L.A. singer/songwriter Holdan Sutton has shared a first listen from his upcoming debut EP with new track “Magic,” an earnestly crafted soundtrack to the kind of intense melancholy the artist was facing daily, not so long ago. A sleek blending of folk-intimacy and lush atmospherics, Sutton’s latest capitalizes on the singer’s soothing croons and a […]

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vōx
vōx Shares New Single “I Am Not A God,” Signs to Arts & Crafts

LA based singer-songwriter-producer vōx (pronounced “wokes,” the Latin word for “voice”) announced earlier this week that she has signed with Indie label Arts & Crafts. In addition to her announcement, she also released a new single, “I Am Not A God,” an aloof sounding, yet deeply emotional projection of the artist who created it. “I […]

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Lola
Hot Band Alert: Automatic share anxious rock single “Too Much Money” from new album Signal

A few decades ago L.A. trio Automatic—with their eclectic and unpolished rock leanings—might’ve found themselves at home opening for the likes of Blondie. Comprised of Izzy Glaudini (synths/vocals), Lola Dompé, (drums/vocals) and Halle Saxon (bass/vocals), Automatic was formed in the heart of L.A.’s DIY scene. Their new single “Too Much Money” reveals as much: a […]

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Steven Ward |
xoller
New Single ‘A Rose’ By Xoller Is A Hauntingly Beautiful Ode To Gertrude Stein

“You and I are just roses, after all; beautiful in our imperfections, and timeless despite our impermanence.” – Xoller Dark pop princess Xoller is back with another elegant single, ‘A Rose.’ Perhaps her most classic song yet, the tune follows a clean, familiar melody that hangs in the atmosphere like a lullaby. Xoller was inspired […]

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Cowgirls
Hot Artist Alert: Cowgirls find reinvention and purpose on debut single “Loose Story”

After six years of playing bass across Los Angeles for the Dead Ships, Alex Moore found himself feeling more than a little stagnant and drifting in regards to his musical soul. The debut single for Moore’s new project, Cowgirls, was inspired by a desire for “reinvention” and “to flip the script and change the monologue […]

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monogem
Monogem Entices Us Once Again With ‘So Many Ways’, A Song Dedicated To Love

“So what is love? Is it when I hold back?” – Monogem, ‘So Many Ways’ Monogem just delivered a track that floats like a sultry daydream. ‘So Many Ways’ carries us on a wave through pop synths and subdued drums, her voice hypnotizing us from the start. The dazzling track materializes ‘love’ in its many […]

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Holy Wars Releases Cult-ish Music Video For Their Latest Anthem ‘Legend’

Holy Wars released a music video for their epic anthem, ‘Legend,’ that flirts with society’s desire for fame and individuality. Featuring pale characters stripped of their autonomy, the video was directed by Erin Naifeh along with front woman Kat Leon. ‘Legend’ is hauntingly cinematic and uncomfortably beautiful. Thundering drums parade us throughout a tale about […]

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Gavyn Bailey Releases Acoustic Single, ‘No Space’, About The Moment You Decide To Let Go

Folk singer-songwriter Gavyn Bailey just delivered a refreshing single from the perspective of everyone’s turning point: ‘No Space‘ is an introspective account from the moment you realize you have to move on. At some point, we come to a spot where we look at what we’ve built, whom we’ve spent our love on, and where […]

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Lost In A Lover: Multi-instrumentalist Hēran Soun Debuts With ‘Barricade’

Multi-instrumentalist and composer Hēran Soun creates a dynamic, ornate world in his artist debut: ‘Barricade.’ Lush, endearing tones tell a story in every corner of this tale of two lovers losing innocence to one other. The tendency we have to melt entirely into our person is not without sacrifice; in the end boundaries must arise, […]

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Henry Chadwick
Premiere: Henry Chadwick cuts through the noise on new single “Awake”

Santa Cruz-native Henry Chadwick has shared his latest single “Awake,” a further foray by the singer/songwriter into his sublime blending of garage-rock with power-pop. Tackling a sense of existential dread that had left Chadwick feeling pulled in a variety of different directions, both in his creative and personal endeavors, the song is a moment of […]

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Steven Ward |
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