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Gothic Tropic Celebrates Music and Life with New Single “Drunk on a Rhythm”

If circumstances persist for Cecilia Della Peruti, her sophomore album as Gothic Tropic is bound to be just as impactful as the band’s debut, Fast or Feast. The past two years since that LP have led the LA-born artist to career highs and personal lows, but her new single is meant to help her heal […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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Premiere: Paper Idol shares new bass-thumper with “Feel Real Pretty”

Paper Idol — the pseudonym from which Matan KG creates his pulsing electro-pop—has shared his latest single in the form of bass-buster “Feel Real Pretty.” A thumping, danceable electronic track that takes the best of Paper Idol’s nu-disco fascinations, “Feeling Real Pretty” combines all manner of electronica from spiraling synth-beats to 80s video-game-esque sonics. As […]

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Steven Ward |
New Single “Prophet” Creates More Anticipation for King Princess to be Crowned as Cheap Queen

The year’s most anticipated debut record is coming from King Princess, though it still does not have a release date. But Cheap Queen, as it will be called, is already stacking up to be a memorable one, with now its third single revealed ahead of the album. The latest is “Prophet,” a sensual ballad that […]

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CRX share electric new single / video “Falling” off new record Peek

CRX has announced the arrival of their second album Peek next month and have shared the single “Falling” from its tracklisting. An electronic-rock split between lavish synth-riff melodies and glam-rock wailing, “Falling” is as much a neon-tinted throwback piece as it is a modern collision of various genre tastes. It’s all shimmering croons via Nick […]

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Steven Ward |
Lower Dens Announce The Competition LP Alongside Pleading New Single, “I Drive”

Lower Dens is a reliably erratic band. Its danceable indie pop sound has propelled the act for the past nine years, and now the Baltimore-based artist is gearing up for another album release; The Competition is his latest effort, due out September 6th on Ribbon. New single “I Drive” is just as fun as any […]

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Holdan Sutton
Holdan Sutton shares melancholic single “Magic” from upcoming debut EP

L.A. singer/songwriter Holdan Sutton has shared a first listen from his upcoming debut EP with new track “Magic,” an earnestly crafted soundtrack to the kind of intense melancholy the artist was facing daily, not so long ago. A sleek blending of folk-intimacy and lush atmospherics, Sutton’s latest capitalizes on the singer’s soothing croons and a […]

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Steven Ward |
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vōx Shares New Single “I Am Not A God,” Signs to Arts & Crafts

LA based singer-songwriter-producer vōx (pronounced “wokes,” the Latin word for “voice”) announced earlier this week that she has signed with Indie label Arts & Crafts. In addition to her announcement, she also released a new single, “I Am Not A God,” an aloof sounding, yet deeply emotional projection of the artist who created it. “I […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Hot Band Alert: Automatic share anxious rock single “Too Much Money” from new album Signal

A few decades ago L.A. trio Automatic—with their eclectic and unpolished rock leanings—might’ve found themselves at home opening for the likes of Blondie. Comprised of Izzy Glaudini (synths/vocals), Lola Dompé, (drums/vocals) and Halle Saxon (bass/vocals), Automatic was formed in the heart of L.A.’s DIY scene. Their new single “Too Much Money” reveals as much: a […]

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Steven Ward |
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Los Angeles’ beloved Moon Honey bid farewell with new and final album “Dreamlet”

From Baton Rouge, Louisiana to Los Angeles, California, the members of Moon Honey have traveled down the yellow brick road to find a home in Echo Park where they cultivated a unique swamp rock sound and stage presence. Over the last few years, Moon Honey, the brainchild of vocalist Jess Joy and guitarist Andrew Martin, […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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Hot Artist Alert: KÁRYYN’s debut album The Quanta Series, a sea of electronic swells — LA Date at Regent

When the original opera Of Light that L.A.-based KÁRYYN had created a score for made its premiere in Reykjavik, Iceland it’s likely that she didn’t expect for one of its audience members—Björk—to name her in a Guardian profile among the creatives she was most excited for. The praise couldn’t have come at a better time […]

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Steven Ward |
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