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Florence and the Machine at Outside Lands day one by Steven Ward
Florence + the Machine share new songs “Moderation” and “Haunted House”

The tour and swooning over High As Hope has yet to even begin to subside and Florence + the Machine have already released two new songs amidst the fervor with “Moderation” and “Haunted House.” A slight return to form with the cathedral-sized, baroque-meets-gothic sound of her first two albums, “Moderation” is the kind of thundering, concussively impassioned […]

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Steven Ward |
Frankie and the Witch Fingers
Frankie and the Witch Fingers Release New Single + Video “Pleasure” — LA Tour Date at Teragram

Almost a year after their cantankerous album Brain Telephone, L.A. based Frankie and the Witch Fingers are back with their newest single and video “Pleasure.” The single will be released as a 7” with an epic demo of their track “Realization” on the B-side. Purchase the 7” Green Way Records. The trippy lo-fi visuals for the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
ANEMONE
Dance Through a Hazy Dream with Anemone — LA date at Bootleg, new song song “Memory Lane”

Montréal-based Anemone are coming back to Los Angeles for a headline show at Bootleg Theater on February 26. This will be one of four album release shows to celebrate their debut album Beat My Distance, set to be released on February 15th (Luminelle Recordings). The congruous album is a hazy, psych-pop soundtrack perfect for the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Grey Goon
Premiere: Grey Goon Risks Nothing on Strong New Single, “Take the Money”

Local producer Grey Goon is breaking out of his shell with the release of a new original track today. He has been the backbone of Oddnesse alongside Rebeca Arango for the past couple of years, and he has also produced for other artists like Trippie Redd, DJ Khaled, and Lauren Ruth Ward, just to name […]

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RKCB
Premiere: RKCB share melancholic new single “Till We’re In The Sea”

L.A.-based dream pop duo RKCB have released the latest single off their upcoming Shores EP in the form of the melancholic “Till We’re In The Sea.” A pulsating ballad that takes one of the bigger crisis of our time in climate-change and attempts to peer into it from a fresh perspective—one that is more honed in on […]

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Steven Ward |
Gabriella Rose
Premiere: In New Song, Gabriella Rose Reveals She Never Stopped Grieving

Nick Cave has been taking questions from fans via the Red Hand Files, and last October he published a submission from someone who had been dealing with many deaths in their life. The question, like most on the site, was spiritual in nature, and Cave began his answer with wisdom that could apply to anyone’s […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Bayonne
Bayonne returns to Los Angeles with show at The Echo — stream new song Drastic Measures

Experimental electronic artist Bayonne (aka Roger Sellers) just announced a North American headline tour with a Los Angeles stop at The Echo! Catch Bayonne live at The Echo on May 7! Bayonne is touring in support of his sophomore album Drastic Measures out Feb. 22. The album is said to be a “lesson in loop […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Broods share shimmering new pop track “Hospitalized” off new album — LA gig at Fonda Theatre

Virulently-glazed synths and a bubbly disco thrill abound on Broods‘ new single “Hospitalized,” the latest single from their upcoming third album Don’t Feed The Pop Monster. Like previous singles “Everything Goes (Wow)” and “Peach,” sibling Georgia and Caleb Knott’s latest entry is a sun-burnt extravaganza of synthesizer-laden glitter work. There’s a lot to love on “Hospitalized,” […]

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Steven Ward |
feels
Feels Drop New Single Ahead of New Album and Release Party at the Echo

Shoegaze meets psychedelic on Feels’ new single; it is a catchy hybrid of a song, reminiscent of both Blondie and The Kinks. With a title like “Awful Need,” it is surprisingly aloof, following the band’s previous grunge release, “Car.” Both new singles will appear on the local quartet’s forthcoming album, Post Earth, due out on […]

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Premiere: Long Beach’s Fellow Robot Speculate on the Future of Connectivity in New Single “Don’t Deny Me”

This one goes out to all the androids out there. Long Beach native Anthony Pedroza began alt-rock four-piece Fellow Robot with a plan—namely, their trilogy of concept albums called The Robot’s Guide to Music. The first volume came out last summer and the second is due in April. The new edition will include the new […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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