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WILD let their colors gush in new video for “I’ll Let You Know”

Los Angeles trio WILD takes the familiar elements of modern pop music and unabashedly breathes new life into what has been previously trite and desensitizing. With a penchant for grandiose melodies, sweeping harmonies, stomping percussiveness–all injected with an infectiously delirious love for all things alive, growing, moving–WILD doubles-down on their folk-pop deliveries in spectacular fashion. Comprised […]

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PAINT’s Latest Single “Moldy Man” Is A Stream of Pedrum Siadatian’s Consciousness

Wrapped in a special kind of DIY haziness and playful ease, PAINT (Pedrum Siadatian of the Allah-Las) is here to seep his latest single “Moldy Man” into your ears. Off of his debut self-titled solo LP, the song is a loose kaleidoscope bathed in fuzzy psychedelia. With hyper contrasting colors and contrasting guitars, the song […]

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Temme Scott Debuts Music Video For Achingly Rugged Single “The Silent One”

Watch L.A. based songwriter Temme Scott stand still amidst a flurry of chaos in the music video for her latest single “The Silent One.” Much like the rest of her tunes, “The Silent One” is written in an entirely autobiographical style—evoking wistfulness and brute strength. The single takes cold and bitter emotions and turns them […]

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Hot Band Alert: Tangerine are the dream-pop, sun-soaked soundtrack for the romances of your youth

Sleek dream-pop textures and a vocalized 80s sentimentality abound on the debut EP White Dove from Los Angeles by way of Seattle trio Tangerine. Sisters Marika and Miro Justad along with Toby Kuhn have pieced together a particularly sublime brand of sun-soaked pop giddiness for their first release, mixing transcendent new-wave guitar work with gleaming, Madonna-esque vocals. […]

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Premiere: Bill Baird Debuts Video for “Strigidae” Ahead of Record Release Show on Oct 27

If you aren’t familiar with him, Bill Baird is a well-regarded niche artist who has been responsible for twenty-six records over the past decade or so. Originally from Austin, the artist’s full career is enigmatic. For example, his current location on Bandcamp is Baird, Texas, which feels like a joke despite referring to a real […]

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How To Dress Well Warns of Long-Term Traumas in “Body Fat” Ahead of LP Release & Lodge Room Show

Over the course of four studio albums as How To Dress Well, Tom Krell has bent genres to nearly breaking. Since his highly regarded 2014 LP, What is This Heart?, HTDW has become a staple acronym in niche scenes and dance playlists alike. This Friday, fans look forward to his latest, The Anteroom. Just days before […]

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Premiere: Bone Acre is Post Punk for the #MeToo Era — watch riveting new video for “It’s OK”

High desert-based Bone Acre is a powerful story and a new music act fronted by Caroline Heerwagen. When they appear live, they are a quartet comprised of Jason Obergfoll, Adam D’Zurilla, Sean Burgess and Ashley Mendel. Bone Acre plans to put out a full-length record this Friday, after today’s premiere of a moving new music […]

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Premiere: Nathan Owen Delivers a Hopeful Message in Apocalyptic Video for “The Things We Left Below”

The world feels like it’s ending. But as long as we breathe, there is much to appreciate about life. At least that’s the message from the former frontman of Owenstone, Nathan Owen. He has been working on a solo project, and today’s premiere will add to a short list of new singles available now. It continues […]

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Video Premiere: LA’s Egg Drop Soup share video for “Partying Alone” — a badass empower thyself anthem

Straight out of a scene from one of those high school mean girls movies, LA’s Egg Drop Soup have dropped a pretty amazing video for their debut single “Partying Alone.” The song is a fiery number that will get you stickin’ up your dukes. Instrumentally it shreds like a true punk song should, lyrically if […]

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Premiere: LA folk-harmonizers JEMS find grace and new life in a new video for their single “Clay”

With a taste for gorgeously harmonized alt-folk melodies and a touch of lyrical grace, LA-based trio JEMS emerge delicately spirited in the video for their single “Clay.” Filmed in the childhood home of singer Emily Colombier and the hills surrounding it, the music video captures an ever-soaring warmth in its shots of the three singers harmonizing […]

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