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Race The Tide Jesse Macht
Video Premiere: Race The Tide shares striking new video for “The Enemy”

Race The Tide, the latest project from LA singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Jesse Macht has released the video for his suspenseful track “The Enemy.” With a soft 80s synth sound, “The Enemy” plays on your emotions with its moody tones, while still remaining catchy AF! With the song being about Macht’s “angst and insecurities” about following […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Bannack Breathes New Life Into a Ghost Town on Debut LP, Compendium

Three students at USC bonded last spring over their love for songwriting, and today their band is one of the most ambitious new acts in the LA Americana scene. Their social media shows they’ve been active for only about ten months, yet they have already put out a full-length record. I can’t be the only […]

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EP Premiere: The Crowleys Keep Things Pastel on Colours Change Their Tone EP

The Crowleys first caught my attention with the release of “LA Sunset,” a psychedelic track that felt genuinely SoCal. Much to my surprise, the band is actually based in Hamilton, Ontario, a city known for weather and landscape quite different from our own. That clearly doesn’t matter though, given how sunny and expansive their new […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Typhoon
Experience Typhoon’s New LP Offerings Live at the Teragram Ballroom on Sunday 2/11

If you read Grimy Goods’ coverage of Kyle Morton’s Bootleg performance from January of last year, you may understandably be clamoring for tickets the next time he’s in town. In our interview, he mentions working on a new album with his band Typhoon–a promising hint, because for everyone that isn’t Kate Bush, a new album […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Song Premiere: EMÆL Emulate Icarus on New Single “The Boy Who Melts the Sun”

The foundation of today’s exclusive premiere is an elegant combination of cello and Greek mythology. “The Boy Who Melts the Sun” is a reimagining of the tale of Icarus by EMÆL (ee-my-el), taken from their forthcoming full-length, Glasswork, and it is chamber pop at its finest. Nothing more accurately describes the future than being engulfed […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Durand Jones
Hot Show Alert: Durand Jones & the Indications at The Troubadour

Durand Jones & the Indications are sliding their way to Los Angeles for a show at the Troubadour! The headline date is scheduled for Tuesday, March 27. Full of infectious energy and endless soul, Durand Jones & the Indications will make you “smile.” Speaking of, check out their video for “Smile” below. Tickets to Durand […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Pearl Charles by Dana Trippe
Win Tickets to Pearl Charles at The Echo

With a voice that cuts cooly through her shimmering melodies, Pearl Charles’ dreaminess leaves you helplessly entranced in a dizzy allure while percussion gallops and hot guitar licks add sharp bursts of color to her jangle-filled rock world. Pearl Charles will be heading out on a west coast tour next month, kicking it off with […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
dorothy
Song Premiere: Dorothy Knows That Flawless is a Process

In 2013, “flawless” was more than a synonym for perfection. Thanks to Beyonce’s single, it became an overtly feminist affirmation, one that prioritized self-confidence over meeting expectations. With their brand new single–and the first from their forthcoming sophomore album, 28 Days in the Valley–Dorothy adds to that narrative. Listen to “Flawless” exclusively below. While the […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Pearl Charles rallies her heartache against a disco ball tune with new single “All the Boys”

Echoing all the veins of pop-rock that call to mind iconoclasts like Fleetwood Mac and their contemporary counterparts in Jenny Lewis and The Preatures, within the first thirty seconds of her new single, “All the Boys,” singer/songwriter Pearl Charles immediately establishes herself as like those bands a whirlwind of boldly spirited originality. With a voice […]

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Steven Ward |
Sure Sure share delightful single “Giants,” debut album out now

In a near effortless exercise in optimism, indie-rockers Sure Sure have unveiled the final single from their now released self-titled debut album, a release that instantly cements their breezily enchanting DIY tones into something sublimely delightful. The song, “Giants,” spins itself in the form of a happy-go-lucky warning, one textured by the boys’ distinct wails […]

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Steven Ward |
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