Erykah Badu at Hollywood Bowl - Photo by Farah Sosa
Erykah Badu fills the Hollywood Bowl with warm nostalgia from her iconic catalog

Currently on her nationwide tour “Live from Badubotron” Erykah Badu took over the Hollywood Bowl last night. Like a storm, hitting the stage full of creative energy — Badu kicked off the show with live beat-making and a lengthy “hello” to the crowd. An early pioneer of the neo-soul movement, with a unique boho style […]

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D’Arcy Drops Intoxicating New Single “Lover”

Indie artist D’Arcy is back with her new single “Lover,” an intoxicating tune that channels and explores the darker emotions that rise from a relentless love. While it’s been only a year since D’Arcy dropped her debut single, she has drummed up a slew of fans and garnered the attention of music critics alike with […]

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Indie Rapper ToBy Drops His Vulnerable Debut Album L’Esprit

Blending a plethora of genres from rap, hip hop, indie rock and pop, Los Angeles based rapper ToBy wears his heart on his sleeve with his new album L’Esprit, out now via Magnetic Moon Records. His debut album cufflinks deeply intimate moments with a dazzling and wide open sound as ToBy chronicles some of the […]

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Jesse Jo Stark
Jesse Jo Stark continues to feel out her niche of L.A.-based nostalgia-laden rock with “cry on me”

Los Angeles-native Jesse Jo Stark has returned with a rapturous, slow-burner of a single with the release of “cry on me.” Laying on thick the engrossing allure that comes with her smokey vocals, the song follows a heartwrenching narrative that the singer described as “a story about falling in love at the wrong time.” True […]

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Nation of Language at the Lodge Room by Steven Ward
Synth-pop trio Nation of Language gleam delirium at Lodge Room show

Brooklyn-born Nation of Language brought their gleaming indie-pop to the Lodge Room in Los Angeles last night, kicking off the first of two nights with a set that beamed fans through a synth-fantasia of their most euphoric tracks. The trio played songs from their electrifying debut LP Introduction, Presence, as well as from the half-dozen […]

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Coldplay announce additional Los Angeles tour date at SoFi Stadium

Due to overwhelming demand, Coldplay have announced three additional Music Of The Spheres 2022 World Tour dates including April 30 in Los Angeles at SoFi Stadium. There is currently a presale happening now for ColdPlay’s April 26 date at SoFi Stadium. If you didn’t jump on the verified fan presale opportunity, you can set your alarm for […]

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Kills Birds Release Electrifying New Single “Cough Up Cherries”

Electrifying L.A. based rock band Kills Birds have dropped their heavy hitting new single “Cough Up Cherries,” the third release off their upcoming album, Married. “Cough Up Cherries” is a multi-faceted song that pulls from a barrage of emotions and themes while instrumentals amp up the intense lyrics. The result of which is a stirring, […]

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Geographer share euphoric video/single for synth-pop anthem “Peripheral Vision”

Geographer has shared a video for their new song “Peripheral Vision,” a stirring anthem with all the shimmer of an 80’s synth-pop track. On it, frontman Michael Deni howls away alongside a rush of pulsing drums and scattered synthesizers, reveling in the ways in which we exist just at the edges of each other’s often […]

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Arca’s New Single “Born Yesterday” is a Powerful Cascade of Emotion and Sound

After the success of her Grammy nominated album, KiCk i — Venezuelan artist, singer, DJ, performer, model, painter, pop diva and experimental music compose — Alejandra Ghersi Rodriguez, known professionally as Arca, is back with the announcement of her follow up album, KICK ii, and the release of her new single “Born Yesterday.” Featuring pop […]

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Arlo Parks at Moroccan Lounge
Luminous and triumphant Arlo Parks kindles a space of tenderness at Los Angeles debut at Moroccan Lounge, followed by the Echoplex

There is a profound level of intimacy kindled at an Arlo Parks show — and given the sheer weight of the 20-year-old singer and poet’s songs, there’s more than enough tinder to fuel her ardently human recitals. Luminous and triumphant, Arlo Parks was a hearth of lucid compassion, one that the sold-out crowd at the […]

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