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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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New Video from Jen Awad Digs Into Tough Questions About Humanity; Announces Show at Levitt Pavilion

Soulful, powerhouse singer Jen Awad triggers our moral compasses with her latest video for “Bad People.” Thought provoking questions pop up throughout, as we follow Jen on her journey from innocent to good to bad. It’s a kitschy, bubbly tale played out by wild personalities, but if you watch closely, you’ll find questions buried within. […]

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Yuna
Yuna Announces Tour Dates with L.A. Concert at Fonda Theatre

L.A.-based Malaysian pop singer/songwriter Yuna has unveiled plans for a brief summer headline tour this July that will take her across a number of major U.S. cities including Los Angeles. Yuna will headline the Fonda Theatre Hollywood on July 25! The tour will come on the heels of Yuna’s highly-anticipated upcoming album Rouge, of which […]

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sadgirl
SadGirl’s New Single and Upcoming Tour Amp Up the Nostalgic Heartache

There is something uniquely impactful about SadGirl’s music. From their retro vibes to their hard-as-diamond lyrics that sparkle with an air of sentimentality, the Los Angeles-based pop/rock trio are dripping with polished doo-wops and sultry confessions.  As the band gears up for  an upcoming tour and debut LP, they’ve also released “Miss Me,” a satisfyingly somber single that […]

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Andy Clockwise
Premiere: Andy Clockwise channels LCD and Springsteen on video for new single “War Stories”

Splitting the difference between the massive sonics of 80s electro-ballads and the expansive storytelling of rock and roll, Andy Clockwise’s latest “War Stories” is an ambitious attempt to tackle the sheer breadth of life in a seven-minute epic—and boy, does he nail it. The track is an LCD Soundsystem meets Springsteen—a match made in heaven […]

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Alvidrez
L.A. based multi-instrumentalist Alvidrez tends her wounds on debut single / video “Red”

Los Angeles-based multi-instrumentalist Alvidrez and founding member of L.A. band Girl Friday, has shared the video for her debut single “Red,” a somber, guitar-blistering dirge that is delivered gorgeously via director Al Kalyk’s surreal vision. Playing to the melancholic scenery of a family home, Alvidrez offers her droning cries through the filter of noisily sharp […]

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Wyndham
L.A. based singer/songwriter WYNDHAM hefts his heavy soul in the new video for “Bossa Blues”

Wyndham Garnett, the singer/songwriter performing under the moniker of WYNDHAM, has shared the music video for his song “Bossa Blues” off his upcoming third solo album A Fistful of Stars. A meandering folk piece in the vein of Jose Gonzalez and The War on Drugs, Garnett’s deep, grating vocals scratch that unreachable itch that exists […]

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mattiel
Mattiel shares new song / video “Keep The Change” — LA date at The Echo

Atlanta band Mattiel are lining up the summer with some fantastic new tunes and a new album, Satis Factory, out June 14 via ATO Records. If their newly released single, “Keep the Change” is any indicator, the album is sure to be a fun and punchy, perfect for any summer activity. “Keep The Change” shows off […]

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kevin morby
Kevin Morby Narrates The Pain of Growing Into Uncertainty with Dazzling New Video “Nothing Sacred/All Things Wild”

Backed by the hum of organs, a simple conga beat, and an angelic choir, Kevin Morby’s latest single “Nothing Sacred / All Things Wild” simultaneously captures the feeling of the divine as it pokes holes in the assuredness of it. The bare bones song does away with Morby’s regular band structure and instead leans on […]

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Wargirl
Wargirl share their groovy new music video for “How You Feel”

Long Beach-based Wargirl have shared the video for their song ”How You Feel” off their upcoming self-titled debut album and it’s a quick staple for the band’s multi-cultural garage-rock style. Formed by Cold War Kids guitarist Matt Wignall and producer of hit songs like ”Hospital Beds, ” Wargirl is made-up of lead singer Samantha Park, […]

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