Tag Archives: alt rock

Video Premiere: Less is More on Tango With Lions’ Single “Proof of Desire”

Katerina Papachristou began the band Tango With Lions in 2007, amid the burgeoning indie rock scene in Greece. Now she’s an accomplished veteran, having put out her third LP, The Light, only a few weeks ago. Today Grimy Goods is lucky to debut the video for a single marked by a slow-burning swell of energy; […]

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Zoe Elaine |
former faces
Video Premiere: Former Faces Turn to the Sun in “Coursing On”

The Sun is our planet’s primary source for energy and by extension is the only reason we are all alive today. This significance is not lost on LA-based quartet Former Faces. The band pays tribute to this cosmic miracle in their new song and video for “Coursing On,” which you can watch exclusively below. The […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Typhoon
Experience Typhoon’s New LP Offerings Live at the Teragram Ballroom on Sunday 2/11

If you read Grimy Goods’ coverage of Kyle Morton’s Bootleg performance from January of last year, you may understandably be clamoring for tickets the next time he’s in town. In our interview, he mentions working on a new album with his band Typhoon–a promising hint, because for everyone that isn’t Kate Bush, a new album […]

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Zoe Elaine |
raener
EP Premiere: Four New Songs from Raener Make a Cohesive Debut

The new EP from local four-piece Raener is a big deal. It came together a few months ago at a serene beach house in Santa Barbara. This was after, according to my calculation, the band–consisting of Daniel Fox, Will van Boldrik, Zach Bilson, and Daniel Vanchieri–had played every single intimate venue in the city, and […]

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Pinback at the Echoplex -- Photo: Danielle Gornbein
Pinback make nostalgic return with sold-out gig at the Echoplex

San Diego indie rock staples, Pinback played a solid show at the Echoplex Thursday night. Thursday was night one of two sold-out gigs. Having not toured in five years, these guys knew their presence would cause a 90’s-00’s throwback of sorts. Starting the evening off were Vertical Scratchers. These goofs took the stage with confidence […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Teenage Fanclub
Teenage Fanclub announce Los Angeles tour date at Teragram Ballroom

Teenage Fanclub have announced a headlining Los Angeles show date at the Teragram Ballroom on March 17. This past September the band made their long-awaited return with the release of Here, their tenth studio album via Merge Records. The band last released a full-length album (Shadows) in 2010, which was right around the same time […]

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The Only Ocean
Song Premiere: The Only Ocean share new single “So Shy So High” — a perfect summer closer

From Lompoc, California (a small coastal town in Santa Barbara) indie rock quartet The Only Ocean have shared their breezy new single “So Shy So High” off their forthcoming EP Too. The EP follows the band’s self-titled debut album released in 2015. With a sound so clean you can almost smell that Santa Barbara ocean […]

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Night Talks
Song Premiere: Stream Night Talks’ Bold New Single “Mr Bloom”

Rumbling through with yet another rousing single, Los Angeles quartet Night Talks have premiered “Mr. Bloom,” the second song reveal off their debut full-length record In Dreams. Led by the vocal prowess of Soraya Sebghati’s bewitching croon, “Mr Bloom” wraps you in an anthemic blanket of sounds. From Sebghati’s classic vocals, heightened by the steady […]

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Autolux at Constellation Room
Photos: Autolux envelope fans at Constellation Room with pure aural and visual bliss

Over the weekend, Los Angeles’ Autolux played an incredible 15-song set in the Observatory’s intimate Constellation Room. The L.A. trio started their set on a slower tone with “Reappearing” from their latest album Pussy’s Dead. With deep synth and bass layers, and delicate vocals the song immediately set the tone for the evening. The compelling imagery projected […]

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TTNG at the Teragram Ballroom
TTNG drop the melodic rock hard at Teragram Ballroom, Strawberry Girls will blissful noise

Three killer bands left the Teragram Ballroom in complete awe on Friday night. First on the bill was this powertrio of progressive math rock, Sea Monkey See. These guys slayed the night right out of the gates. With gnarly facial expressions and exaggerated stage stances, Sea Monkey See left the crowd with a mathgasm of […]

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