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Win Tickets to Marissa Nadler at The Echo

Ambient folk singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler recently released her riveting new album Strangers via Sacred Bones and now you can see her live at The Echo on Wednesday, August 3rd performing dark, delicate tunes like “Janie In Love,” and “Hungry Is the Ghost.” Nadler is touring with a full backing band and supporting acts Wrekmeister Harmonies and Muscle and […]

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Hot Band Alert: Uruguay’s Delouners shine on debut album with catchy garage rock ‘n’ blues

Uruguay’s Delouners have already been making waves in Montevideo, “the capital of South American rock,” but their catchy blues garage sound is just beginning to set off ripples here in Los Angeles. The band recently released a new video for the single, “Family,” which also happens to be the title of their debut 13-song album. […]

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Win Tickets to Black Milk with live band Nat Turner at The Echoplex

Independent hip-hop artist Black Milk teamed up with live band Nat Turner to create the superb release The Rebellion Sessions, which they have honed to to perfection. Featured as one of our Top 20 Underground Acts to Catch in July, fans of experimental underground hip hop won’t want to miss Black Milk’s upcoming gig. Los Angeles […]

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Win Tickets to Mind Meld at The Echo

We were diggin’ hard on Los Angeles band Mind Meld so we couldn’t help but include them in our 20 Underground/Lesser Known Bands to Catch in Los Angeles This July. So heed our advice and check these local dirty psychedelic hillbilly blues rockers tearing it up with heavy tunes from their latest release, The Viper 7“, at The Echo on […]

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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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Win Tickets to ELOHIM at the Echo

Thursday, July 28th will celebrate a lineup of dazzling acts at The Echo. Elohim is set to headline the show, with the release of her self titled debut album this past May. With only two songs out in the public, “She Talks Too Much” and “Xanax”, Elohim has stirred quite a following. Thursday night’s schedule will feature […]

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Video Premiere: Watch The Frights perform “Afraid of The Dark” while exploring fun and mystery at Dangerbird Records

San Diego surf-punks, The Frights, show off their playful charm in a new live video for their sweet single “Afraid of the Dark.” Shot at Dangerbird Records in Silver Lake —not only known for their excellent roster, but bangin’ parties — The Frights take you through a quirky tour of Dangerbird Records while busting out a live performance, […]

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Interview with Charlene Kaye: From Kickstarter funding to being the new face of San Fermin, and now reborn as KAYE

San Fermin’s Charlene Kaye, Revitalized and Ready to Rock as KAYE — Debut Honey EP Out Aug. 18   Charlene Kaye is tired, she has to be, but the eager excitement that gushes from the other end of the phone line seems to overwhelm whatever physical exhaustion she’s carrying. In between her return home to New […]

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Hot Band Alert: Los Angeles duo Rebel and a Baskecase drop debut EP (and it’s really f*cking good)

Los Angeles electro pop duo, Rebel and a Basketcase are wasting no time dropping the addictive new singles. Featured as one of Grimy Goods’ Top 20 Underground Acts To Catch This July, we previously described the band as: “An electro orgy of sound — if Devo, St. Vincent and Bowie had a threesome.” And after […]

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Body Language drop new single “The Fall” — LA date at Resident July 8

Brooklyn-based Body Language has revealed a sultry new single titled “The Fall.” Known for their luscious electro-pop that can sooth your soul or get that body hustling on the dance floor, Body Language’s new track is a delicious jam. More so on the chill-wave side of things, let “The Fall’s” sweet crescendos and lulling vocals […]

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Win Tickets to Béla Fleck & Chris Thile at the Theatre at Ace Hotel

It’s inevitable. From the moment you hear the strum of the banjo, you are subtly drawn in, listening to the transition of slow to swift, without realizing you have stayed to listen for the whole ride. One of the nation’s most groundbreaking banjo players, Béla Fleck will be headlining the Theatre at Ace Hotel on […]

Win Tickets to Tacocat at the Echo

As the ninth year of being in a pop punk feminist band rolls around, Tacocat brings us their newest release, Lost Time. The album features songs such as “Plan A, Plan B” and “Men Explain Things To Me”, emphasizing their take on feminist themes. You can hear new tracks from the album and more as they headline […]

Kat Von D and synthesizers: Ladyhawke on the chance encounter that spurned Wild Things

Born out of the swirling cauldron of indie-rock that began to overflow in the early 2000’s and gave us acts like the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and a little later Santigold and Dragonette, young Pip Brown  (aka Ladyhawke) made a name for herself with her elegantly crafted, 80’s fueled snythpop hooks. After two critically acclaimed albums and a massive tour for […]

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