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Maryanne Bold
Premiere: L.A. indie-pop duo Maryanne Bold tackle mental health positivity on new single “Therapy Felt So New”

Maryanne Bold, the Los Angeles indie-pop duo of Dylan Grossman and the vocals of Henry MacLean, have shared the uplifting new music video for their song “Therapy Felt So New.” An anthem about coming to terms with yourself and your mental health, the song courses with a surreal pensiveness that the video capitalizes on in […]

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Steven Ward |
honeyblood
Honeyblood’s forthcoming album is a badass delight — catch them in Los Angeles at The Echo

The U.K.’s Honeyblood is on their way to the U.S. after announcing their new album, In Plain Sight. In celebration of the release, Honeyblood has announced a Los Angeles performance on April 23 at The Echo! Honeyblood’s latest singles “Glimmer” and “The Third Degree” present an ambitious and seasoned writer with front-woman Stina Tweeddale. In […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
middle kids
Middle Kids Capture Life’s Questions in New Single “Real Thing”

Australian band Middle Kids are back with a new EP set to drop May 24 via Domino. In celebration the band has shared a new single titled “Real Thing.” The track is a deliciously anthemic ditty, set to make you chime in and sing. Band mates Hannah Joy, Harry Dale and Tim Fitz recorded the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Cold Showers
Cold Showers Are Back With Renewed “Faith” and LP Release Show at the Echoplex in July

In the realm of post-punk, Cold Showers live up to their name. A douse of this local trio will shock your system. The band has been grinding around Los Angeles for many years, and their gothic and noisy style has been a constant throughout their career. After a recent re-pressing of their debut LP, Cold […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Snowball ii
Snowball ii premieres new song “Lost in Juarez” off upcoming record Eaton Super 10

Los Angeles-based rock band Snowball ii have premiered a new song in the form of “Lost in Juarez,” a heady piece of noisy-shoegaze that meanders on the edge of Jackson Wargo’s droning. The song is off the band’s upcoming record Eaton Super 10 and writhes with a kind of unmitigated angst and lucidness—interluded heavily with […]

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Steven Ward |
Pinky Pinky
L.A. trio Pinky Pinky prove once more why they need to stay on your radar with jangly new tune “Do Me Dirty (Charlie)”

A light, jangly tune with just the right amount of fuzz, “Do Me Dirty (Charlie)” is the latest single from Los Angeles trio Pinky Pinky. Produced by Hanni El Khatib and Jonny Bell, “Do Me Dirty (Charlie)”is the first offering of new music from the Pinky Pinky since the 2018 release of their Hot Tears EP. Comprised of […]

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Steven Ward |
susy sun
Premiere: Susy Sun Lives Up to Her Name With Two New Americana Singles and a Show at the Bootleg

When it comes to sunkissed performers, Susy Sun has them all beat. As a Grimy Goods favorite, we have followed her for a few years now, marking the ups and ups of the local songwriter’s career. Two years ago, Sun was playing a Hollywood residency; today she has two brand new songs and a highly […]

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Zoe Elaine |
arqestry
Hot Artist Alert: Arqestry — lo-fi pop for the soul

Cozy up to Arqestry’s new single “Beaches” Up-and-coming producer / singer-songwriter, Arqestry has premiered a sexy space jam titled “Beaches.” Written, recorded, and produced by Arqestry, “Beaches” takes you on a smooth ride full of lush atmospherics, delicate whispers and a plethora of synth sonics. It’s the kind of song you want soundtracking a chill […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Kishi Bashi paints a Japanese-American-internment love story on orchestral new single “Summer of ’42”

Kishi Bashi has finally announced the coming of his fourth album Omoiyari—an ambitious and poignant attempt by the multi-instrumentalist to reconcile our country’s past internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII with the socio-political atmosphere of today. The first single from that album, “Summer of ’42,” is a telling reveal of not only the album’s sound and […]

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Steven Ward |
Oyster Kids share video for infectious new single “Losing My Mind”

A bubbly, earworm if we’ve ever heard one, Los Angeles four-piece Oyster Kids new single “Losing My Mind” is a no-brainer add to anyone’s indie-pop playlist. It’s all riveting synth-surges and tambourine echoes that propel the song forward alongside the group’s vocalizations, of which Andrew Eapen’s croons are lent to; Jonathan Bradley delivers the song’s […]

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Steven Ward |
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