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raener
EP Premiere: Four New Songs from Raener Make a Cohesive Debut

The new EP from local four-piece Raener is a big deal. It came together a few months ago at a serene beach house in Santa Barbara. This was after, according to my calculation, the band–consisting of Daniel Fox, Will van Boldrik, Zach Bilson, and Daniel Vanchieri–had played every single intimate venue in the city, and […]

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Grace Blue
EP Premiere: LA-based alt-pop duo Grace Blue share debut EP —  Playing The Mint Aug. 2

Taking their resonating alt-pop tunes to a remote village of Dzembronya, Ukraine, duo Grace Blue bring to life their own personal restlessness in the new music video for “Our Eyes.” Now based in Los Angeles, both Grace Mogz and Joseph Arazi met in their hometown of Tel Aviv and share a penchant for upbeat, synth-peddling […]

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Nite Jewel shares collection of B-Sides and self-directed new video 

Nite Jewel Announces LA Date at Teragram Ballroom Nite Jewel has been bumping up the Los Angeles heat with new music and new tour dates of the late. The Los Angeles-based artist formally known as Ramona Gonzalez just released Real Low — a sensual collection of B-sides off new album Real High which was released […]

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Presale kicks off Thursday for Nick Murphy (aka Chet Faker) at Shrine Auditorium

Nick Murphy (aka Chet Faker) has announced a Los Angeles show date at the Shrine Auditorium on Thursday, October 19. The show announcement comes with the news of Murphy’s new five-track Missing Link EP. The new collection of tracks celebrates Murphy’s shift from Chet Faker to Nick Murphy. Murphy recently released a short video interview with […]

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Jay Som
Jay Som finds her voice with astonishing ease with release of debut album Everybody Works

Jay Som’s Everybody Works — a personal collage made from beautifully disparate pieces of sound   In a legend that’s become her version of Bon Iver’s fabled forest retreat, Jay Som – aka SF songwriter Melina Duterte – debuted her first full-length after “a few too many glasses of wine on Thanksgiving.” Turn Into consisted of […]

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Little Monarch
Hot Band Alert: Stream the premiere of Little Monarch’s self-titled debut EP

Dive Into Little Monarch’s Sun-Soaked Indie Pop Jams   Los Angeles-based indie pop trio, Little Monarch are dropping their self-titled debut EP tomorrow, but Grimy Goods has it available today for you to stream in full! The four-track EP kicks off with a brilliant track titled “No Matter What.” Setting a sweet, upbeat tone for […]

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Trapdoor Social
Album Premiere — Stream This Year’s Greenest LP: Trapdoor Social’s Self-Titled Debut

Trapdoor Social is not your average alt rock band. The two founding members, Merritt Graves and Skylar Funk, met at Pomona College and released their first EP in 2012. Since that first release, Graves and Funk have led ambitious careers, incorporating a sense of social responsibility in everything they do; their eponymous full-length debut contains […]

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From Drummer to Frontman, Stream Adam Topol’s Eclectic Debut Solo Album “Regardless of the Dark”

Los Angeles based indie singer-songwriter Adam Topol is widely known as a drummer for the likes of household name acts such as Eddie Vedder, Ziggy Marley, Jack Johnson, Jimmy Cliff and David Gilmour, to name a few. Now, the talented drummer has stepped up from behind his kit and has taken the floor as frontman. […]

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Reviewed: Broods crushes sophomore slump with brazen eclectics of “Conscious”

Riding the wave of soulful indietronica that surged out of Auckland, New Zealand and began with Lorde’s Pure Heroin, sibling duo Broods thrived in their vein of electropop harmonies and body rushing melodies that made up their debut Evergreen. Both albums found themselves in the top two within New Zealand, and two years later, Georgia […]

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Kera and The Lesbians
An Interview with Kera Armendariz — blazing her own trail, loneliness and debut LP release with Kera and The Lesbians

Kera of Kera and The Lesbians is unmistakable. Not easily defined or categorized she roams the tumultuous landscape of life owning who she is while embracing the dream of what she is yet to become. Born and raised in San Diego to conservative parents, Kera is one of four children. She knew early on that […]

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