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Steady Holiday
Steady Holiday shares a raucous new version of “Love Me When I Go To Sleep” with “Love Me 2”

Steady Holiday has shared a reworked version of one of her songs off her “Love Me When I Go To Sleep” with the new single “Love Me 2,” an upbeat and rollicking take on the previously pensive album ender. Trading in the song’s previously heart-wrenching ballad for hammered percussion lines and tumbling piano keys, “Love […]

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Ha Vay
Ha Vay shares knoackabout pop headbanger “I Wanna Cut My Hair”

Ha Vay has shared a new single with the release of the pulsating pop anthem “I Wanna Cut My Hair,” the third entry to be unveiled this year by the glitzy art-pop project of Maddy Toy. Created last year after living in Paris for two years and then spending another two traveling the world alone, […]

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Asian & Latinx Punk Band The Linda Lindas Deal with Stubborn Friends on “Oh!”

Before any of their music was up on Bandcamp, we were introduced to The Linda Lindas at the Palladium, opening up for feminist punk legends, Bikini Kill. Then, after dropping several tunes including a political number aptly titled “Vote!,” their AAPI Heritage Month performance at the Cypress Park Library went viral. This brilliant quartet of […]

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Hana Vu Shares Haunting New Single “Maker”
Hana Vu Shares Video for Brooding New Pop Tune “Maker”

At just the budding age of 21, Los Angeles-based musician Hana Vu has captured a sentiment well beyond her years with her new single, “Maker.” The brooding pop tune, melodic and slow, paints a chilling picture of an individual in a downward spiral of doubt as they search for answers from a higher power and […]

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Pop Musician Will Jay’s New Single Is A Beautiful Reflection On One of Life’s Fragile Truths

For musician Will Jay, the process of aging is not as scary as seeing those he loves get older, especially his own parents. Opening up and exploring that vulnerable space where a child comes to terms with the fragility of their parents lives, Jay pens the beautifully sincere “Please Don’t Get Any Older.” Feeling the […]

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tokimonsta
TOKiMONSTA to headline The Novo in Downtown L.A., new track “Say Yes” featuring VanJess

Producer, artist, and labelhead TOKiMONSTA has announced a headline Los Angeles show date at the Novo in Downtown Los Angeles. TOKiMONSTA will perform at the Novo on Saturday, Oct. 9. Joining TOKiMONSTA at The Novo are Rochelle Jordan, Rush Davis x Kingdom, and Biicla. The concerts is 18 and over and tickets are on sale now for […]

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Japanese Breakfast adds additional tour dates with LA date at the Glass House Pomona

Japanese Breakfast, the shimmering musical project of Michelle Zauner, has announced additional tour dates including another Los Angeles area concert date! Japanese Breakfast will headline the Glass House in Pomona on Monday, Nov. 15. Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 11 at 8AM! Fans can access the artist presale on Thursday, June 10 at 8AM […]

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Luna Li
Hot Artist Alert: Rising indie-pop star and producer Luna Li enamors with gleaming guitars

Six months in, Toronto-native multi-instrumentalist and producer Luna Li is having a busy year. Li, aka Hannah Kim, had been playing the Toronto indie scene for some time before the pandemic put everything on pause. Her reaction to the stagnation and isolation was to create as much music as she could. The result was her […]

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Sinéad Harnett
Sinéad Harnett shines with vulnerability and self-love on new album ‘Ready Is Always Too Late’

Sinéad Harnett has conjured up a reintroduction in the form of her sophomore album Ready Is Always Too Late, a collection of soul-searching R&B ballads and seamless collaborations that present the Thai and Irish singer as a critical new voice in the genre. Part of that reintroduction process involved a revaluation of her self-worth, with […]

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Jelani Aryeh
Hot Artist Alert: Savor the Sunny Dream Pop of Jelani Aryeh on “From These Heights”—Debut LP Due This Summer

Get your first taste of summer listening to the latest releases from Filipino/African-American artist, Jelani Aryeh. His music channels the sunny pop sensibilities of 2000s indie bands like The Shins or Beach House, even though he was born only one year prior to the release of Oh, Inverted World. Regardless, Aryeh has his own debut […]

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Zoe Elaine |