Bronsen Vidas tries to escape dreams of lost loves on “You’re Just a Daydream”

Bronsen Vidas has released another vibrant single in the form of “You’re Just A Daydream,” an engrossing vision of heartache and the exasperation that comes with its seemingly eternal revolutions. Between the gilded whine of electric guitars and syncopated beats, the new track is an ecstatic jammer. Caught between the inescapable visions of loves lost […]

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Solo Artist Ryan LeVine Drops Debut EP ‘Good Things To Remember’

What do you do when you feel like the walls are closing in on you? For L.A. local musician, recently turned solo artist, Ryan LeVine, the answer was simple; write it out in a song. Or five to be exact. Bearing his soul and opening up about the personal ups and downs in his life, […]

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#FreeBritney tribute album voices solidarity for survivors of conservatorship/guardian abuse

Coinciding with the ceasing of Britney Spears conservatorship on November 12 a group of 19 female-identifying and non-binary artists have partnered with Head Bitch Music to release the #FreeBritney project. A seventeen-track collection of some of the pop star’s monumental and career-spanning hits, performed by a number of independent artists, with 25% of the earnings […]

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Alfie Templeman gives a vibrant encore to his mini album “Forever Isn’t Long Enough” with new single/video “3D Feelings”

At 18-years-old and with two albums under his belt, Bedfordshire singer/songwriter Alfie Templeman has rightfully become a burgeoning teenage sensation. Born in 2003 to a family already rife with musical inclinations, he was seven when he started drum lessons and by 13 he was learning recording software. An accomplished musician, self-taught, and capable at playing […]

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carpetgarden Releases a Be Yourself Power Anthem with New Single “IDC”

Like a Freaks and Geeks musical rewrite for the modern era, L.A. based musician carpetgarden is using their musical platform to encourage and represent the misunderstood youth, often labeled as misfits, while sometimes making light of the pangs of adolescence and growing older to help ease the pain. Their new single, “IDC” is a rebel […]

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Kat Von D Releases Remix EP Featuring Her Single “Exorcisms”

Following her debut LP, Love Made Me Do It, that dropped earlier this year in September, multi-faceted artist Kat Von D has shared her new EP, Exorcisms. Taking one of her leading album singles, “Exorcism,” Von D collaborates with various artists to re-work the song in four different ways. Featuring artists Gunship, Cold Cave, Scratch Massive, and Kraftwerk’s […]

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Los Angeles Punk Band Agender Release Heavy but Healing New Single “No Nostalgia”

Los Angeles punk band Agender amp up the angst and biting conviction with their new single “No Nostalgia.” The new tune is the third single — following “Preach” and “Astro Tarot” off the band’s newly announced upcoming album of the same title, out Feb. 24. Being the title track, “No Nostalgia” barrels into you with […]

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Dean Risko Shares Personal and Inspiring New Album ‘The Good Wolf’

With touch points around the world — born in Johannesburg, South Africa, raised in Salt Lake City, UT and now based in Los Angeles — rapper turned singer songwriter Dean Risko has a wide view of the world and what it means to be a human in it. This has always been reflected in his […]

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Flamenco’s Fiesta de la Bulería Brings, Dance, Music and Culture to the Walt Disney Concert Hall

Coming to the LA Phil on Saturday, Nov. 27 is a celebration of flamenco dance and music, led by Flamenco artist and dancer Maria Bermudez. Spain’s Fiesta de la Bulería, one of the most well known festivals for flamenco, comes to Los Angeles featuring 15 world renowned performers — dancers, singers and musicians — all […]

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Japanese Breakfast at the Glass House by Steven Ward
Japanese Breakfast is pure catharsis and wonder at their radiant stop at the Glass House

As the penultimate show on her +80 date Jubilee tour, Japanese Breakfast saw fit to end their first romp around the country after a global pandemic as rapturously as possible at the Glass House in Pomona. Fronted by the indomitable Michelle Zauner, whose visceral songwriting fuels the conflagration of ecstatic emotion and hard-earned wisdom that […]

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