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BROODS drop new video for “Free,” open for Ellie Goulding at STAPLES Center this week

One of our favorite rising synthpop groups BROODS have just given us a taste of what is to come from their upcoming sophomore album, which is due for a Summer release. The New Zealand sibling duo Caleb and Georgia Nott have dropped a video for the song “Free,” which makes us anxiously anticipate their new record […]

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Video Premiere: Watch CASINOS’ new video for “It’s Fun”

Los Angeles alt-rockers CASINOS have a new video for the song “It’s Fun” and we are debuting it here at Grimy Goods. “Max, the videos director had previously contacted us stating that he would like to make us a video,” the band told Grimy Goods. “He lives in New York I believe and goes to school […]

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Moses Sumney shares new track “Everlasting Sigh,” plays Getty in June

Moses Sumney had a breakout 2015. He opened for St. Vincent and Erykah Badu at the Hollywood Bowl and his 7″ with Terrible Records was very well regarded. He also dropped in on Solange’s FYF Fest set. Now, the singer-songwriter has released a new song “Everlasting Sigh” ahead of a series of festival dates, as well […]

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Kevin Morby drops new video for “Dorothy,” plays Bootleg Theater in June

Singer-songwriter Kevin Morby wowed us at FYF Fest last year and we’ve been anxiously awaiting new tunes from him ever since. Morby has delighted us with a new video for the song “Dorothy,” which comes off his upcoming album Singing Saw, due out April 15 via Dead Oceans. In the video, Morby walks down a […]

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Catfish and The Bottlemen release new video for “Soundcheck,” new album due in May

With elements of The Strokes meets Kings of Leon meets The Killers, UK rockers Catfish and The Bottlemen are seemingly destined to play arena shows across the globe. Catfish and the Bottlemen’s debut full-length album The Balcony was met with critical acclaim and they’ve been playing massive crowds at home. Now they look to conquer America with their […]

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La Femme drop new video for “Sphynx” from upcoming album due September

French psych punk rockers La Femme have released a new video for their song “Sphynx,” which comes from their upcoming new album slated for a September release. The video is an interesting view, as you’d expect from a band that released the following statement to go along with the new video: “Sphynx is neither a […]

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Video Premiere: Watch Cesar Saez’s New Video for “Amor Bonito”

Photo Credit: Iman Haji Valentine’s Day may have already passed but the celebration of love continues well into March. Indie bolero singer-songwriter and shaggy haired crooner Cesar Saez (and front man for The Wallburds) will woo you with his tales of love and life en Español. We here at Grimy Goods are excited to share the simply […]

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Yeasayer announce North American tour with Los Angeles date at Fonda Theatre — share new single “Silly Me”

Yeasayer have announced a Los Angeles headlining show date at the Fonda Theatre on Wednesday, June 1st! The show date is one of many recently announced North American tour dates. Yeasayer will kick off their tour in Brooklyn and will hit the West Coast with shows in San Francisco, San Diego, Santa Ana and the […]

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Young Fathers and Massive Attack share spellbinding new video for “Voodoo In My Blood”

Scottish trio Young Fathers first caught our attention with their exhilarating performance last year at The Echo. The band that doesn’t quite identify with any one genre, and are a powerful mix of sounds and lyricism that range from hip hop, pop, punk and much more. It’s their unique flavor of sounds and enthralling stage […]

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Video Premiere: Watch Kera & The Lesbians’ new video for “Green”

When a song has the ability to get stuck in your head, especially when it’s not a cookie cutter pop number, it speaks to the song’s staying power. Los Angeles alt folk outfit, Kera & The Lesbians have delivered a unique, yet pleasantly approachable gem with their new song “Green,” off the band’s forthcoming debut album. […]

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