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Premiere: KOLARS show the love in new video for Nick Gilder cover”Here Comes The Night”

KOLARS‘ new video for “Here Comes The Night” will make you wish you were best friends with the band. The duo’s cover of the 1970s Nick Gilder song (that never became a hit), bustles to life through KOLARS’ visual rendition. A close look into the fun shenanigans and camaraderie that goes down when recording music, KOLARS’ […]

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Who Can Sleep Band
Premiere: Who Can Sleep warm our hearts with gentle new single “All Your Love”

Indie-folk duo, Who Can Sleep have charmed their way into our hearts with their latest single ‘All Your Love.’ A lovely, slow-burning ditty sure to deliver all the warm fuzzies with its gentle chords and lulling vocals. The Los Angeles-based band duo made up of Dean Vivirito and Lex Helgerson, met one night while individually […]

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Banoffee
Banoffee shares #MeToo inspired synth-banger “Count On You”

Los Angeles-based pop songstress Banoffee has shared the second single from her upcoming album Look At Us Now Dad with new single “Count On You,” a bass-thumping, synth-fueled banger.  The sizzling new track is co-produced by Banoffee with SOPHIE and Yves Rothman. Tour dates announced including a Los Angeles gig at Zebulon. The song, which […]

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Soccer Mommy
Soccer Mommy waxes melancholic on her adolescence in new single “circle the drain”

Soccer Mommy has shared the first song from her upcoming album color theory in the form of her new single “circle the drain.” A candid attempt to navigate her strained pubescence, 22-year-old Sophie Allison has made a name for herself narrating in such quaint, melancholic clarity the changes in her life. The music video for […]

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Rachel Goodrich
Rachel Goodrich shares a carefree afternoon in the tropical tune “Matcha Matcha”

To kick off the new year, singer/songwriter Rachel Goodrich has shared a tropical, feel-good new ditty in the form of “Matcha Matcha.” While visiting friends and family in Miami, where Goodrich used to live and where she was dubbed the “Queen of Miami Indie-Rock” — the song was produced and recorded at River 71 Studios […]

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Beach Slang
Beach Slang pay tribute to the past by burning it up on rollicking new album “The Deadbeat Bang of Heartbreak City”

Beach Slang have honed in on some of their most grimy, razor-sharp rock-and-roll to date on their new album The Deadbeat Bang of Heartbreak City, combining their love of brash noisiness with intensely melodic anthems. Lead-singer and guitarist James Alex is at his most potent on the new record, finding a careful balance between homage […]

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Lola Marsh
Lola Marsh find a way to “Hold On” in the lush string crescendos of new single

Lola Marsh, the Tel Aviv duo of vocalist Yael Shoshana Cohen and multi-instrumentalist & producer Gil Landau, have shared the final single “Hold On” from their upcoming album Someday Tomorrow Maybe. A lush crescendo of lilting string melodies, which alternate between light caresses and passionate cascades as they envelop Cohen’s piercing vocals, the song is […]

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Paul Bergmann Finds His Own ‘Paradise’ on New EP

Paul Bergmann never rests. Last winter, he put out an EP with his full band project, The Fair Moans, and the winter before that he delivered a concise, quiet release under his solo moniker. Even more records have come prior to that, and each has in some way contributed to Bergmann’s experimentation on the guitar, […]

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In Velvet
In Velvet get delicately sensuous in the slick grooves of “Come Thru”

L.A.-based future soul-R&B duo In Velvet has shared a slick new single to kick off the new decade in the form of “Come Thru.” Elegant and polished rhythms of old-school R&B mingle with a touch of modernity on the duo’s latest release, steeped in a lush pool of overlayed vocal work that is at once […]

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200 Best Songs Releases of 2019

2019 was a fantastic year of music. From hip hop to indie pop and all forms of rock and electronic — our ears (and eyes) were glued to all genres. Check out Grimy Goods’ favorite songs of the year featuring a variety of acts. We don’t discriminate and neither should you. Exceptionally good music comes […]

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