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Alexandra Savior
Alexandra Savior shares her heartache on new single “Crying All the Time” — LA date at Teragram Ballroom

Songstress of all things melancholic, Alexandra Savior has returned with the first single “Crying All the Time” from her upcoming second LP The Archer. Continuing her penchant for orchestrating haunting ballads consumed by heartache, Savior’s move to Danger Mouse’s label 30th Century Records and working with producer Sam Cohen has made a visible imprint on […]

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Premiere: Amy D. Brings Us A Colorful Groove To Remind Us That There Is No One ‘Like You’

The month of June is America’s chosen month of Pride, but we should praise originality all year round. Neo-soul artist Amy D. brings us a colorful new groove ‘Like You’ that honors self-love and diversity of culture and perspective. Filmed with an all female crew in Oakland, Amy D. created a video for the jazzy […]

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James Supercave Play the Bootleg Tonight to Celebrate New Single, “Falling”

If you have never seen James Supercave live, don’t miss your chance tonight. The local trio will be performing at the Bootleg Theater, which comes just a week after the band released “Falling,” a brand new single which is also featured on Grimy Goods’ Best New Songs of the Month. Celebrate James Supercave’s new single […]

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Premiere: ‘I Like Girls’ – Samantha Sidley Releases Jazzy New Single; Announces Tour

Los Angeles-based jazz vocalist Samantha Sidley just announced she’ll release her debut album, ‘Interior Person’ on September 13th. But first, Sidley is grabbing our attention with her colorful single, ‘I Like Girls.’ Stream the premiere of Sidley’s new single below! Samantha Sidley will be opening for The Bird & The Bee’s tour starting August 11th […]

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chelsea wolfe
Chelsea Wolfe Leads Us Down “The Mother Road,” Announces New Album and Tour

Darkwave icon Chelsea Wolfe just announced Birth of Violence, a new album, alongside the release of her first new music since around this time two years ago. “The Mother Road” is the lead single as well as the opening track of the new record, due out September 13 on Sargent House. That means Angelenos have […]

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Tennis System
Tennis System offers lots of fuzz and noise on new single “Shelf Life”

Once known for shutting down the venues they played with their raucous wall-of-sound, L.A.-based Tennis System has been Matty Taylor’s love-letter to loudness. Their latest single “Shelf Life,” the first from their upcoming third album Lovesick, continues that calling in spectacular fashion—spreading their noisy, melodic-shoegaze into a sprawling soundscape of crashing percussion and torn riffs. […]

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Saro Releases New EP, ‘Die Alone’ — his most raw deliverance yet

Crumbling static and thundering drums parallel Saro’s voice as it emotes through a misty atmosphere. While one track floats with his airy falsetto, another is full of energy, his emotions heightened and dancing. Die Alone is Saro’s third EP release and it may just be his most raw deliverance yet. Featured on Grimy Goods’ Best New […]

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Shannon Lay
Share in Shannon Lay’s Joy at her Upcoming Shows at Love Song Bar and the Echoplex

With her new album, August, Shannon Lay challenges us to be joyous. She makes a case for celebration and for perseverance and for life. It is somehow shocking (in a good way!), which speaks volumes about not only the record itself, but also about our current society. Wallowing in sadness is relatable; ruminating on joy […]

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kingsbury
Premiere: Kingsbury gets personal on 80s pop anthem and new single “In My Brain”

Los Angeles-based indie-pop singer Kingsbury has shared her latest single in the form of the synth-powered anthem “In My Brain,” a bittersweet love-letter to young adulthood. Delivered in a thunderous march of drum machine sonics and riveting synthesizer shimmer, the track propels itself on Kingsbury’s luminous croon and introspective musings on how she’s dealing with […]

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Fiona Grey Pays Homage to the 60’s Classic Noir Films with New Video for “Saviour”

In the last visual for her Cult Classic EP, Fiona Grey’s “Saviour” is an ode to Marie Antoinette, Felini, and the classic noir films of the 60s. Grey creates an intoxicating black and white world using elegant wardrobe and expressive choreography, inviting us into the story of the relationships that once made her feel weak.   […]

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