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haerts
Sing Along to HAERTS’ Anthemic New Record at the Moroccan on December 17

For a gut punch of empathy, check out the latest album from German duo HAERTS. The band has origins in Munich, but came to prominence in New York, where they are currently based. Their sophomore record came out earlier this year, and given its themes, New Compassion is an appropriate title. They will be playing […]

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Savoir Adore
Savoir Adore share sublime first look at two-part album “First Bloom”

Brooklyn duo Savoir Adore, the brainchild of Paul Hammer and Laura Zettler, has released the first part of what will be a two-part album entitled Full Bloom. FIlled to the brim with dreamy rock and slick synth textures, the six songs on the release dip in and out of heady sonics and intimately sparse soundscapes. The […]

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Celebrate All Things Floral With Valley Maker at Resident on December 11

Austin Crane, aka Seattle’s Valley Maker, is currently on tour, with a stop in LA planned for December 11th. He is on the road supporting his recent LP, Rhododenron, a floral release in more ways than one. Images of flowers and growth appear throughout the album, which itself is named after a genus of woody […]

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Rituals of Mine
Renew Your Resistance with New Single from Rituals of Mine and Tickets to Their Upcoming Show at Resident

Dark electronic duo Rituals of Mine is fresh off a tour with Garbage and they have immediately hit the pavement since settling back in. They are in the middle of writing a sophomore LP to follow up their acclaimed debut, Devoted, and they have no plans to stop performing. New dates in San Francisco and […]

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jade imagine
Jade Imagine’s Incredulous EP is Surf Rock at Its Finest

Formerly of the rough-and-tumble indie act Teeth & Tongue, Jade McInally has set out on a more leisurely path. She now fronts her own band called Jade Imagine, which turns down new wave influences in favor of surf and garage ones. Their latest EP, What The Fuck Was I Thinking, sounds incredulous, but is actually […]

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Hot Show Alert: Marie Davidson heads to L.A. with show at Echoplex

Marie Davidson is making her way to Los Angeles with a headline concert date at the Echoplex. All you 90s club kids won’t want to miss this one! Taking you back to the distorted-disco-esque sounds of the 90s, Marie Davidson’s tracks are bold and her lyrics give no fucks. They’re a swift slap to your […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Trabants
Premiere: Trabants Bring Back the Spaghetti Western With New LP, Nel Cuore Di Una Terra Selvaggia

The last we saw of Trabants, they were playing a set at Echo Park Rising back in August. It turns out that well before then, the band’s leader, Eric Penna, had begun working on a new album. That album, which emulates spaghetti westerns of the 1960’s, is finally finished after a painstaking process, and will […]

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Ian Wayne
Premiere: Ian Wayne’s New Album is a Cynical Delight

The cynicism of Ian Wayne’s new album is evident from its title. A Place Where Nothing Matters is out today and deals with hopelessness and disinterest via unique songwriting that feels more like poetry than lyrics. This LP follows his lofi At Home EP from last summer, which itself was a reinvention of his career; he […]

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EE Beyond
Premiere: Watch EE Beyond Roar in “Dreamer’s Howl” Video

For a relatively unknown project, the persona of EE Beyond has found a bold and distinct niche. Following in the footsteps of artists like Erykah Badu and Lauryn Hill, the LA-based artist born Elaine Faye reckons with her life through music. Her debut EP, Watercolor Lies, is packed with societal commentary and personal experiences, speaking […]

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Zoe Elaine |
fawns of love
‪Premiere: Fawns of Love share sublime new track “Mournful Eyes” ‬

Fawns of Love, the creation of wife-husband duo Jenny and Joeseph Andreotti, are gearing up to release their second full-length album and have shared the sleek, electronica buzzing track “Mournful Eyes” in anticipation of it. An ode to the sense of being adrift and thick alienation that surrounds them, the song is bathed in all manner […]

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Steven Ward |
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