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Rachel Goodrich Debuts New Album ‘ibba jibba’ On the Final Day of 2020

Ending a year such as 2020 may have seemed surreal, but, LA-based by way of Miami artist Rachel Goodrich did so in style with her new album ‘ibba jibba.’ Laying down springy pop beats and slicing up lyrics like freshly ground bud in the grinder, Goodrich’s latest album touches on themes of inhibition, stagnation and […]

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Jordana finds epiphany and closure on”Something to Say to You”

Briskly independent and gushingly intimate, Jordana‘s sophomore album Something to Say to You thrusts you head-first into the mind and world of its creator. Stepping outside of the bedroom-pop she’d so comfortably slipped into on her first album, the songs on Something to Say to You have grown with Jordana, their thematic breadth matching their […]

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Someplace, Somewhere share lyric video for hopeful anthem “When this is over”

Someplace, Somewhere, the project of singer/songwriter Niko Burciaga, has shared a stunning new video for his single “When this is over.” A melancholic track that surges on the tenderest of hopes, “When this is over” is an aptly timed single that wraps up all the angst that has come with a year of isolating oneself […]

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The 50 Best Albums of the Year — 2020

As we kiss 2020 goodbye, let’s celebrate the albums that got us through the year. The albums that were on repeat; the songs we just couldn’t get enough of. Featuring The Weeknd, U.S. Girls, Serena Isioma, Angelica Garcia, Haiku Hands, Wargirl, Thundercat, Death Valley Girls, Open Mike Eagle and more — check out below Grimy […]

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The Best Indie & Underground Songs of 2020 — Part 1 & 2

2020 was an unforgettable year, and so was the music that came out of it; featuring Arlo Parks, Empress Of, Death Valley Girls, Serena Isioma, Doja Cat, Goth Babe, Torii Wolf and more. If there was a definite light in 2020, it was the music that came out of it. Holed up inside, artists endlessly […]

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Serena Isioma’s Newest EP “The Leo Sun Sets” is an empowering journey of self

Serena Isioma’s newest EP ‘The Leo Sun Sets’ is a striking declaration of identity, independence and youthful exuberance. The young Chicago native evokes a strong willed narrative that encompasses all the moods and emotions of her journey as a human. From the opening track “King,” a tune full of enigmatic prowess to the painfully honest […]

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Mike Campbell Joins Starcrawler for Cover of “I Need To Know,” Recorded for Tom’s 70th Birthday Bash

The old guard of rock and roll is not dead. Starcrawler has established itself as a band with venomous teeth, ready to infect any and everyone at their rowdy live shows. Now they are ready to merge their legacy with one of the greatest acts of all time. Starcrawler joined forces with Mike Campbell, an […]

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Moses Sumney and Little Dragon collaborate on sublime ballad “The Other Lover”

Moses Sumney and Little Dragon, a match made only in our most heavenly fever-dreams, have finally joined forces on a song. The result? A sublime, instrumental-led ballad title “The Other Lover” that captures the limitless breadth of both singer’s vocal abilities, as well as their heart-wrenching harmonies. Soothing to the point of tears, the song’s […]

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Cherry Glazerr shares pulsating new jam “Rabbit Hole”

Los Angeles-based Cherry Glazerr, the kinetic rock band led by Clementine Creevy, has shared a new single in the form of “Rabbit Hole.” A jittery and melodic collision of pulsating synths and anxious percussion, the song is about desperately trying to find yourself again after losing yourself in trying to change for the sake of […]

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Black Pistol Fire share ‘homemade’ live video for “Temper Temper”

If you’re missing live music and that feeling you get from a rock show, we highly suggest you hit play on Black Pistol Fire’s new live video for single “Temper Temper.” The rippin’ footage was filmed in the band’s hometown of Austin, Texas. While it’s not a full on live concert performance, it sure did […]

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