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Jordan Rakei graces LA with exquisitely crafted funk at Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever

I recently discovered the smooth funky music of Jordan Rakei and fell in love with his recently released album Origin. Rakei will be touring this album across the globe; but before heading out he stopped by the Masonic Lodge at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery to deliver a wonderful performance to a sold-out crowd. When I […]

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Molly Moore’s ‘I Love You But I Don’t Like You’ Gives Heartbreak A New Look

Bold lyrics and a steady swagger lead the way in Molly Moore’s latest release, ‘I Love You But I Don’t Like You.’ In the aftermath of a breakup, we’re left to grapple with unprecedented feelings, bringing us annoyances like like grief, guilt, and anger. Moore’s track is a brave two minute account of where she’s […]

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Blood Cultures Wish Us Well in “Best For You,” Announce New LP Due in September

At the heart of Blood Cultures’ new single, “Best For You,” is a lack of trust. Ironically, the band’s own manifesto preaches a vastly different message: to trust yourself. What’s that—a manifesto? Yes, the band wrote a manifesto to provide some explanation for their thick shroud of anonymity, and it gives art and its interpreter […]

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Ty Segall and Prettiest Eyes join CFM at final night of Zebulon Residency

Zebulon has been hosting rockers CFM all month and this past Monday included some very special surprise guests. Those in the know, which were way fewer than one might imagine, were treated to the first guest friend of the band Ty Segall who performed a beautifully fun DJ set. Segall took the stage bundled in […]

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Friendly Fires end eight-year hiatus with the heady-disco of “Silhouettes”

Ending their hiatus with their first new song in eight-years, Friendly Fires have shared the pop friendly “Silhouettes” off the upcoming album Inflorescent. A bubbly drum rattler that dips in and out of its disco dreaminess with the help of an eclectic melody—blended together in a groovy mix of horns and synth bliss. “Silhouette” itself […]

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Tess Henley Debuts Smooth Track ‘Same Girl’ Off Upcoming EP

It’s a new era for Tess Henley. Compiling songs that are entirely self-produced, Henley has been teasing songs off her forthcoming EP, ‘Better.’ The latest release, ‘Same Girl’ is a classic worthy of several, delicious reruns. The smooth track takes on the emotional narrative of old lovers reuniting, asking the age-old question: am I the […]

Local Natives at the Hollywood Palladium
Local Natives close out Spiral Choir Tour with epic hometown show at Hollywood Palladium, supported by Middle Kids

Holy shit. Saturday night had it going on at the Hollywood Palladium. Indie rockers, Local Natives made their final stop along their “Spiral Choir Tour” in support of their successful fourth record Violet Street. Released in April – the new music has left us even more enamored by the five-piece than before. Local Natives tour […]

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Premiere: Triptides Achieve Spiritual Instant Gratification with “Nirvana Now,” — Plans European and North American Tour

Triptides are here to whisk us away to paradise. Today marks the debut of the video for their brand new single “Nirvana Now,” which you can watch exclusively on Grimy Goods just below. It features all kinds of live footage, which is a fitting advertisement for their next tour. The group, led by Glenn Brigman […]

Groovy Rock Goddess, Chazzy L., Brings The Party To Club TeeGee, Celebrating Her Newest Single, ‘Floating’

“If I was a stripper, and let me tell you…this would be my opening song” – Chazzy L.

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Blink-182 plays “Enema of the State” in full at secret USC show

Blink-182 is about to take Enema of the State on a 20th anniversary tour across North America. They opened their dress rehearsal at USC’s Galen Center to friends and family this past Thursday and played through their set list for the first time with full lights, pyro and special effects. It’s hard to know where […]