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Video Premiere: Los Angeles darling KERA reveals part. 2 enigmatic short-film for Fall.Apart. EP

Words can be many things. They’re endowed with a certain power and like the emotions they translate for us they can be rather unwieldy; which often results in usually more harm than good. For Kera Armendariz, unfiltered expression and the collateral that comes with it can be something of a double-edged sword. But as the bewitching […]

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Video Premiere: Ever So Android rip and roar with new song “RnR”

Good lawd, I love me a chunky opening riff. Ever So Android have shared their latest single and video “RnR.” And let me tell you, there ain’t nothing “rest and relaxation” about it. Right from the jump, the song rips and roars with quite the statement riff. Just how they sing in their chorus, I’ve […]

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Video Premiere: October’s Child Erupts in New Video for “Lava”

Volcanoes are part of a subset of natural wonders that can become natural disasters in an instant. Luckily, there are many ways to predict an eruption, so rarely is it a total surprise, unless you just weren’t paying attention. The latest single from October’s Child proves that they’re paying attention, even if the disaster is […]

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Video Premiere: Sentient Fruit Experiences Melancholy in New Clip from Paul Cherry

We’ve all decried text breakups and angry voicemails; turns out that there are an infinite number of ways to poorly communicate. Chicagoan Paul Cherry (né Cherewick) brings up another terrible way to deliver bad personal news in his single, “Your Letter.” The groovy tune has a brand new animated music video debuting today exclusively on […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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Video Premiere: Former Faces Turn to the Sun in “Coursing On”

The Sun is our planet’s primary source for energy and by extension is the only reason we are all alive today. This significance is not lost on LA-based quartet Former Faces. The band pays tribute to this cosmic miracle in their new song and video for “Coursing On,” which you can watch exclusively below. The […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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Video Premiere: Race The Tide shares striking new video for “The Enemy”

Race The Tide, the latest project from LA singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Jesse Macht has released the video for his suspenseful track “The Enemy.” With a soft 80s synth sound, “The Enemy” plays on your emotions with its moody tones, while still remaining catchy AF! With the song being about Macht’s “angst and insecurities” about following […]

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Video Premiere: Heavenalive’s Emotional New Single Confronts the Opioid Epidemic

The new single from local audiovisual artist Aaron Silverstein, who goes by Heavenalive, is a cry for help. The number of deaths from opioid overdoses has led many, including our president, to call it a nationwide epidemic, though with virtually no federal aid to curb the over-prescription of painkillers, there is no sign that this […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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Video Premiere: Doug DeLuca Hits the Mark With Debut Single

If you’re having doubts about your success or lack thereof, Doug DeLuca’s new music video for “Hit Your Mark” will cheer you up. It tells the story of a door-to-door vacuum salesman trying to score a sale from a married woman who is more interested in scoring…other things. The track’s punctuated guitar work and echoing […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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Moby schedules intimate performance at The Echo in support of new album

Moby has announced a Los Angeles headline date at The Echo for Wednesday, March 14. This intimate performance will celebrate Moby’s forthcoming album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt. The album will be released on March 2, 2018 via Mute.  Check out Moby’s new single and video for “Like a Motherless Child,” off his forthcoming album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt. The song features LA-based […]

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Bob Villain
Video Premiere: Bob Villain Lurks in the Dark on New Single “Far To Go”

I was first introduced to Bob Villain by chance when I showed up early to see Paul Bergmann last September at the Bootleg. Everything about him was a shock, from his menacing costumed aesthetic to his doom-filled Lana Del Rey cover to his general gothic rock style; I found myself in fascinated awe of him. […]

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