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Premiere: Water Slice Makes a Splash with His Clones in New Video

Patrick Phillips was always indie, having moved from Portland to LA. Today he values the picturesque outlook at his Echo Park residence and he makes sunny psych rock where he feels most at home. Now working under the moniker Water Slice, a self-titled EP of songs he’s written over the past two years is forthcoming; “This […]

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Premiere: Get “Messy” With Eva B. Ross on Her Debut Single

Wouldn’t it be great if we could fix our problems before we face them? Local songwriter Eva B. Ross wrote her debut single about that very thought. The song, “Messy,” will appear on her forthcoming EP, which features just as many light-hearted melodies as you’ll find in today’s premiere. Watch Ross attempt to get it […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Death Valley Girls release slammin’ new song with video featuring Iggy Pop

That new Death Valley Girls track is so ill it gives me chills. As I hit play on my new songs playlist, without even looking, I knew it was Death Valley Girls. You can recognize Bonnie Bloomgarden’s gritty-sweet vocals from a mile away. “Disaster (Is What We’re After)” is the lead single off Death Valley […]

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Live Acoustic Video of Alexander Vincent’s “I Won’t” Blurs Genre

As if the original wasn’t heart-wrenching enough, Alexander Vincent has re-imagined his debut single to incorporate brass and strings. “I Won’t” came out earlier this year and despite having released just the one track, fans will see his versatility via its new rendition. You can also catch Alexander Vincent perform live at Madame Siam this […]

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Zoe Elaine |
the gloomies
Premiere: The Gloomies Paint a Surreal Picture of Paradise with new video for “Palms”

Based in southern California, The Gloomies are very familiar with palm trees. They named a song after them on their recent album, Romance; while “Palms” isn’t necessarily about loose fronds, it is reminiscent and surreal at the same time. Live around these showbiz symbols of serenity long enough and you’ll agree that paradise is surreal […]

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Premiere: Mammoth Indigo are Pulled Below the Surface for “Undertow”

If you’ve been following Mammoth Indigo since their inception in 2013, you’re familiar with their unique take on indie rock. The band has roots in Harrisonburg, VA, where Cody Bowers first began the project with two friends; today Mammoth Indigo delivers a more convincing sound as a quartet. Songs on their recent album, Wilt, show […]

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Zoe Elaine |
EREZ
Premiere: On “Make Me Feel,” EREZ Fights for Love Despite Distance

The new song (and video) from Israeli-American artist EREZ is one of the most personal works she has ever released. This comes more than three years after her last LP, Proper Lady, which she made before she moved to our sunny city. “Make Me Feel” covers nearly all the time after that, blossoming out of […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Youngr
Youngr to headline The Troubadour, watch new video for “Lost In Translation”

Youngr will be headed to the Troubadour in West Hollywood for a headline show date on Saturday, November 3. The electro-pop, multi-instrumentalist has been causing some global waves the past year, and he’s showing no signs of stopping. Having recently released new track ‘Lost In Translation,’ (watch the video below), the new song follows previous […]

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Video Premiere: Watch Lucy Arnell’s Gritty Rock Seep Into Your Screen

Bleeding images reflect the fuzzy soundscape of Lucy Arnell’s latest single, “Do It Again.” Arnell is a local rocker, with a release party planned for the new track at Love Song Bar tomorrow night, supported by Henry Wolfe and Lael Neale. See her perform her own garage grunge before she takes off on tour as […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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Premiere: Arthur King Offshoot Trio Releases a Focused New Video

LA’s staple experimental group, Arthur King and the Night Sea, has become the namesake for a semi-new series of releases on Dangerbird Records, and the new material is more than worthy of their title. While Arthur King is typically an 8-piece group, their newest iteration is as the trio of Peter Walker, David Ralicke, and Danny […]

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