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Cherry Glazerr release new single inspired by literary villain — stream Nurse Ratched

Cherry Glazerr were just a few kids writing songs about grilled cheese and cats. That is, until they caught the attention of St. Laurent designer (and Kanye Rant topic) Hedi Slimane at Burgerama 2013. Which just goes to show that you never know who’s watching. Since then their guitar-smashing anthem (and Slimane commissioned) “Had Ten […]

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Listen to P L a N E T S’ New Single “Can’t Go Back”

P L a N E T S – Photo by Zb Images Los Angeles’ psych rock theater collective, P L a N E T S have been slaying it live with their hair-raising performances at their Halloween themed residency at the Satellite. Yesterday’s show, TheDarkWoods: Abduction, was particularly special.  At the end of their set, a paper explosion […]

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Listen to The Dead Ships’ new single “Canyon” — produced by Brendan Canning of Broken Social Scene

Prepare to shake, shake, shake. Local indie rock heroes, The Dead Ships have released their new single “Canyon”. In true Dead Ships fashion, “Canyon” has that serious addictive shake appeal. With fiery guitars and steady charging drums, “Canyon” will have you rattling your bones and singing along the the catchy chorus. The song definitely has […]

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Pond release free download of new single “Waiting Around For Grace”

Pond is the primary creative outlet of Joseph Ryan, Nick Allbrook and Jay Watson. Based out of the psychedelic mecca of Perth, Australia the group has always held close a fascination with space-odyssey synths and cataclysmic walls of sound — like a spacecraft crash landing on a foreign planet. On their newest release, “Waiting Around For […]

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Mark Lanegan Band announces tour dates with L.A. performance at El Rey Theatre

Mark Lanegan at Fonda Theatre — Photo by Farah Sosa Mark Lanegan Band is back in Los Angeles with a headlining show date at the El Rey Theatre on Sunday, Nov. 2nd. Touring in support of his brand new full-length, Phantom Radio, you can stream his new song “Floor Of The Ocean” below. The song […]

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Listen to Avid Dancer’s new song “I Want To See You Dance”

We’ve seen a lot of Avid Dancer that past year playing at some of L.A.’s best underground venues and opening up for big acts. Jacob Dillan Summers (aka Avid Dancer) has shared a the title-track from his forthcoming debut EP I Want To See You Dance. The song bubbles with 80’s Bowie vibes and rolls […]

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Stars announce tour dates with Los Angeles show at Fonda Theatre

Canadian indie pop vets, Stars are bringing their melodramatic pop back to Los Angeles with a headlining performance at the Fonda Theatre on Friday, March 6, 2015! Judging by the two songs Stars have already shared, the album is looking to be a sweet and fun listen that will inspire you to hang out with […]

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Song Premiere: Joel Jerome – “Everybody Wants Somebody”

Joel Jerome is a name that’s quickly rising in the underground music scene, although the talented singer-songwriter / producer has been around for quite some time, this dude is a diamond in the rough. Most commonly know as the frontman of Dios and Joel Jerome & Babies On Acid, Jerome has also curated sounds for […]

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Ziv Biton |
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Leighton Meester headlines Troubadour in support of debut album

The OG Gossip Girl, Leighton Meester is back at the music thing once again and has announced a headlining show date at the Troubadour on Tuesday, Oct. 28. We last caught the sultry brunette at the Hotel Cafe in 2011 and were pleasantly surprised that the actress-gone-singer can actually sing! Leighton Meester has announced the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Girlpool share new master of “Jane” — an empowering, yet twangalicous song

Up-and-coming Los Angeles duo, Girlpool have shared a new master of their song “Jane.” Aside from the annoying and very girly squeals, the song is actually pretty empowering. The song reads like a story and the moral of it is, don’t fuck with Jane; she’ll punch you in the mouth if you do her wrong. […]

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