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Death Grips short film
Death Grips Short Film: Come Up and Get Me

No need to turn-up the volume, Death Grips have created a silent film (well, almost). Check out Death Grips’ short film for “Come Up and Get Me,” off the free album that broke them, No Love Deep Web. The video is in black-and-white and plays like an artistic short film. Like many great artists and musicians, […]

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Video The Dead Ships - You Were Young
Video: The Dead Ships – “You Were Young”

Los Angeles’ garage-rockin’ trio, The Dead Ships have shared their official new music video for “You Were Young.” It’s a very bright and catchy song from their debut full-length, Electric Ahab. Directed by Kelly Reed and Shot by Jay Carey, the video showcases beach babes, hitchhiking with beardos, and fun parties. If you look closely, you’ll […]

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New Music Video: Herculion – Use Me (Bill Withers Cover)

L.A. blues, rock n’ roll duo Herculion, consists of guitarist/vocalist Aaron Silverstein and drummer, Mitchel McKenzie. While they’ve only been together since 2011, these guys already know how to draw some fresh, raw feeling out of a classic track, and that track being Bill Withers’ it’s complicated-relationship standard, “Use Me.”  While Withers’ version was as smooth […]

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Video: Tegan and Sara at 987FM Hollywood Tower Penthouse

Just a few minutes ago we caught Tegan and Sara perform a private show at the 987FM Hollywood Tower penthouse and it was amazing. Tegan and Sara are so damn charming with those sassy pottie-mouth personalities and incredible voices and lyrics. We have a photo gallery and review coming up, but in the mean time check out […]

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Vintage Gold: Small Faces – “Tin Soldier” – Classic Video

Vintage Gold: Small Faces – “Tin Soldier” – Classic Video Spearheaded by vivacious singer/guitarist Steve Marriott and bassist Ronnie Lane, along with keyboardist Ian McLagan and drummer Kenney Jones — Small Faces were a brilliant rock and roll band from London, England.  Their mod, r&b sound was fully fueled by Steve Marriott’s bluesy, soulful vocals and […]

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New Music Video: Cold Showers “BC”

  One of our Los Angeles post-punk favorites, Cold Showers have released a new music video title “BC.” The song’s taken from the band’s new album Love and Regret, released this past October by Dais. Directed by Brian Davila, with a cameo by Andrew King (Crystal Antlers), the video is an homage to films such […]

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New Music Video - Local Natives - Breakers
New Music Video – Local Natives – Breakers

New Music Video – Local Natives – Breakers! We just caught the Local Natives for a surprise homecoming show at the Satellite this past October where they played a great selection of songs from their upcoming sophomore album,  Hummingbird. One song in particular that they performed live was, “Breakers.” Now the boys have released the official music video for this […]

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Vintage Gold: J.J. Fad – “Supersonic” – Classic Video

Formed in L.A.’s golden years of hip-hop, J.J. Fad originally began as a six-piece female rap group. They slimmed down to three members after being plagued by management and financial issues, leaving MC J.B., Baby-D, and Sassy C with support by DJ Train. Discovered by Eazy-E, they released their 1987 hit single, “Supersonic” via Ruthless […]

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Vintage Gold: Mississippi Fred McDowell – “Shake ‘Em On Down” – Classic Video

A master of slide guitar, “Mississippi” Fred McDowell was the most influential American Hill country blues singer. Creatively, he had played slide with a pocket knife, a beef rib bone and then later switched to a glass slide for its clearer sound. Making music since the early 1900’s, the man projected a slick and steady groove you could […]

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New Video: Tame Impala – Feels Like We Only Go Backwards

Psychedelic Aussies, Tame Impala have dropped a colorful and mind-bending new video for ‘Feels Like We Only Go Backwards’, the latest single from their critically-acclaimed sophomore album Lonerism. Created by animators (and musicians) Joe Pelling & Becky Sloan, it’s a hypercolor wave, a visual imprint of their sonic landscape, and totally Tame Impala. Tame Impala has a sold-out […]

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