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Steve Gunn
The Art of Healing: Steve Gunn’s The Unseen In Between

Steve Gunn has been coursing throughout the veins of America’s guitar-led underground with a stacked resume filled with the likes of Kurt Vile and Michael Chapman. Without a doubt, he is a skilled sonic painter–one who delicately strokes sublime landscapes and breathtaking views. The critically-lauded guitarist/vocalist is adept at exploring the lives and times of […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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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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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Ex Hex
Ex Hex announce new album with LA show at Teragram Ballroom — stream new song “Cosmic Cave.”

Ex Hex are back with a new album and are laying down some tour dates with a Los Angeles performance at the Teragram Ballroom on April 25. The Washington, D.C. trio are gearing up to release their second album It’s Real, coming March 22 of Merge Records. You can pre-order it today on CD, LP, and magenta […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
salami
SASAMI announces debut album with L.A. show at The Echo — watch video for lead single “Jealousy”

If you missed SASAMI’S recent gig at The Echo, don’t worry, she just booked another one. SASAMI will headline The Echo on April 3. The former Cherry Glazerr bandmate (keys and guitar) just announced her self-titled debut album out March 8 via Domino. To coincide with the album announcement, SASAMI has shared a video for the album’s […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
nick waterhouse
Nick Waterhouse announces LA gig at The Regent — stream new single “Song For Winners”

L.A. favorite, Nick Waterhouse has announced a local date at The Regent in Downtown Los Angeles for April 26. The throwback crooner is performing in support of his newly announced self-titled album set for March 8th release via Innovative Leisure. the new album was recorded at LA’s legendary Electro-Vox Recorders, and co-produced with Paul Butler (Michael Kiwanuka, […]

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Ladytron adds second L.A. date at Fonda Theatre

If you missed out on those tickets to Ladytron at the Fonda Theatre, here’s your next chance to redeem yourself! Ladytron has added a second headline Los Angeles date at the Fonda Theatre, scheduled for February 28! The band previously announced performances in Mexico City, Los Angeles, and San Diego in February and March following a […]

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egg drop soup
EP Premiere: Egg Drop Soup Have Feminism in Their DNA—Catch Their Residency at Bigfoot Lodge East

Punk music is better live and that’s a fact. In that spirit, Grimy Goods favorites, Egg Drop Soup are about to drop a four-track EP recorded live at Golden Beat Recording Studio. It is rough around the edges, complete with questionable vocals and feedback—both from the monitors and the audience. Listen to it exclusively below […]

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