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Maryanne Bold
Premiere: L.A. indie-pop duo Maryanne Bold tackle mental health positivity on new single “Therapy Felt So New”

Maryanne Bold, the Los Angeles indie-pop duo of Dylan Grossman and the vocals of Henry MacLean, have shared the uplifting new music video for their song “Therapy Felt So New.” An anthem about coming to terms with yourself and your mental health, the song courses with a surreal pensiveness that the video capitalizes on in […]

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middle kids
Middle Kids Capture Life’s Questions in New Single “Real Thing”

Australian band Middle Kids are back with a new EP set to drop May 24 via Domino. In celebration the band has shared a new single titled “Real Thing.” The track is a deliciously anthemic ditty, set to make you chime in and sing. Band mates Hannah Joy, Harry Dale and Tim Fitz recorded the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Mini Mansions
Mini Mansions share new video for “Hey Lover” featuring rock goddess Alison Mosshart

Los Angeles rock band Mini Mansions—an outfit pieced together by members of Queens of the Stone Age, Arctic Monkeys, and The Last Shadow Puppets—has shared the video for just recently released single “Hey Lover.” Cut together and played-out as a phone call between heart-aching lovers Zach Dawes ( Puppets) and rock ‘n’ roll goddess Alison […]

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Open Mike Eagle
Open Mike Eagle wrestles with existentialism in new video for “Every Single Thing”

Open Mike Eagle has shared a new video for his song “Every Single Thing” off his EP What Happens When I Try To Relax directed by Spencer Garland. The video follows the existential crisis of main protagonist Michel (Tracy Kernell) as he tries to reconcile the arbitrary value of the things around him with any […]

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Oyster Kids share video for infectious new single “Losing My Mind”

A bubbly, earworm if we’ve ever heard one, Los Angeles four-piece Oyster Kids new single “Losing My Mind” is a no-brainer add to anyone’s indie-pop playlist. It’s all riveting synth-surges and tambourine echoes that propel the song forward alongside the group’s vocalizations, of which Andrew Eapen’s croons are lent to; Jonathan Bradley delivers the song’s […]

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egg drop soup
Premiere: Feminist Fatales Egg Drop Soup Share Video for New Mix of “PMS”

In 1993, Damon Albarn painted a portrait of the United States’ damaged relationship with fame through “Miss America,” off Blur’s second album. Though they were known as an uptempo Britpop band, this track is discordant and slow—and begs to be sneered at. “I don’t mind,” Albarn drones in the chorus, “I love only you.” A […]

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Local Natives
Local Natives announce return with music video double-feature; new album Violet Street out next month

Local Natives have finally announced their return in the form of two new songs: “When Am I Gonna Lose You” and “Café Amarillo.” The two new songs also dropped with their own music videos. The lush and shimmering “Lose You” features a melancholic Kate Mara wandering through a dizzying array of decades-old L.A. retro environs […]

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Lo-fi songwriter Worn-Tin to play a manic, circus of a show at The Echo for new album “Cycles”

“Cycles,” the eponymous song of Worn-Tin’s upcoming debut album, bugs out like a lo-fi tune squeezing through a lousy transmission of a very outdated car stereo. And it’s all the better for it. Warner, the man behind the moniker—one gifted to him by a drunk friend at a jacuzzi party—at first pursued a career and […]

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Better Oblivion Community Center get lost in a surreal fever-dream in video for “Dylan Thomas,” self-titled album out now

Better Oblivion Community Center, the mash-up project of Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst have finally released their self-titled debut album along with a music video of their “Dylan Thomas.” Bridgers just recently ended her tour with another singer/songwriter supergroup boygenius, alongside the likes of Julien Baker and Lucy Dacus, and what better way to top […]

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Frankie and the Witch Fingers
Frankie and the Witch Fingers Release New Single + Video “Pleasure” — LA Tour Date at Teragram

Almost a year after their cantankerous album Brain Telephone, L.A. based Frankie and the Witch Fingers are back with their newest single and video “Pleasure.” The single will be released as a 7” with an epic demo of their track “Realization” on the B-side. Purchase the 7” Green Way Records. The trippy lo-fi visuals for the […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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