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Recommended: Tomás Pagán Motta shines on debut solo album

Often times, solo records from lead singers are problematic. Often losing the chemistry that made a band special is lost and often times, a vocalist free from compromise make self indulgent records that lose the things that made them great. For a few years now, Singer/songwriter Tomás Pagán Motta has been making professional but less than […]

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Hot Band Alert: Dynamic Los Angeles rock duo The Two Tens set to release Volume 3 EP

Dynamic Los Angeles rock duo The Two Tens, aka Adam Bones (guitar/vocals) and Rikki Styxx (drums), are set to release Volume 3 EP, the third of their four volume garage-punk assemblage, on February 10th (2/10!). The duo originally played together in the band Adam Bones but when that band began to falter, they realized that it […]

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Fall in Love with Sleater-Kinney’s New Album “No Cities to Love”

Indie rock trio Sleater-Kinney last left listeners with the spectacularly dark, edgy and gut-wrenching album The Woods back in 2005, before they went on an indefinite hiatus the following year. Some of the band’s riot-grrl rooted previous releases like Dig Me Out and The Hot Rock had already been on the peripherals of my musical radar. […]

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Hot Band Alert: From Los Angeles, listen to Rosechild’s debut EP Remedies

Los Angeles-based alternative rock band Rosechild has released their debut EP, titled Remedies. There’s a certain enjoyable ’90s alt-rock sound to this four-piece band. Only three songs in length, Rosechild’s first EP leaves you wanting more. The songwriting is superb and lead singer Haile Meirow’s voice is reminiscent of ’80s and ’90s rockers Edie Brickell (particularly […]

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16 Highly Anticipated Albums to be Excited for in 2015

It’s almost a new year, and there’s a surplus of albums to be released. From Sleater-Kinney to Run The Jewels, Beach House, Savages and more — below you will find 16 highly anticipated albums to be excited for in 2015. Some bands and artists have already released new tracks. Check them all out below and […]

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Staff Picks: Grimy Goods Best Albums of 2014

Sandra Burciaga — Founder / Editor-In-Chief 1. Death From Above 1979 — The Physical World (Last Gang Records / Warner Bros Records) It wasn’t an easy feat to get Sebastien Granier and Jesse F. Keeler back together to perform again, let alone cut another album, but I am so glad that they did. This new album […]

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Grimy Goods’ 30 Best Albums of 2014

  With so many spectacular full-length album releases this year, it wasn’t an easy task to narrow down our collective favorites to 30 albums. But we did it, and here they are! Check out Grimy Goods Best Albums of 2014! From punk rock to hip hop, electronic and folk — and everything in between, we […]

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Tegan and Sara share unreleased “When I Get Up” from 10th anniversary of So Jealous

It’s quite hard to believe when you realize Tegan and Sara‘s “So Jealous” album is nearly 10 years old. The indie rock done good sisters are commemorating it with a 10th anniversary deluxe edition of the album to be released on Dec. 23, called So Jealous X. The deluxe album will include additional material like […]

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Recommended: Parquet Courts release new album “Content Nausea” under Parkay Quarts

Parquet Courts, a band that prides themselves in not falling in the clutches of social media or major label ownership (although they do have a functioning Facebook page), have continued strong with their DIY tenor and have dropped their second record this year. The Brooklyn-based indie-post-punkers received much critical acclaim for their June 2014 release, […]

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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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