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walk onto sun
Walk Onto Sun finds hypnotic bliss in melancholia on self-titled debut

From the opening moments of Walk Onto Sun’s self-titled debut album, a mesmerizing bleakness settles itself over the dizzying soundscapes found within. As the solo project from L.A. musician Ben Engebretson, Walk Onto Sun is no stranger to using its dark-cold wave sonics to cut into the political and social landscape of today, with their […]

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DGTL CLR drops slick new track “Carry On”

One of our favorite up-and-coming electronic music-makers, DGTL CLR is back at it with another dope track. Switching it up a bit, DGTL CLR’s latest single “Carry On” has a Butthole Surfers meets Beck type of vibe. Devereaux Jennings‘ vocals are immaculate in his quick spoken-word delivery, while his unique blend of electronic, indie and […]

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nokillshelter
NoKillShelter Debuts Introspective Single ‘Balanced Love’ ft. Mariah Priddy

Need a vibe to go with your morning coffee? Or how about a settling tune to drift off to with your afternoon tea? ‘Balanced Love’ by NoKillShelter is a fluid, atmospheric journey that embeds just the right amount of pop. Catchy melodies, hand-collected samples, and a slew of vintage synths make up the song about […]

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Premiere: Mystery Artist Sloane Debuts Single “Old Hands New Face” Reminding Us It’s Okay Not to be Okay

Behind a pixelated mask, experimental pop producer Sloane reveals his anthemic single ‘Old Hands New Face.’ Born from heartache and reflection, the track manages to capture the shock and empowerment that comes with a personal revolution. With swimming vocals and a chanting chorus, Sloane reaches the core of transformation by reminding us its okay not […]

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BAYNK
BAYNK lays down the sensual soundscapes at Teragram

New Zealand producer and rising artist known for his sensual textures and layered electronic arrangements, BAYNK (aka Jock Nowell-Usticke) transported the crowd at Teragram Ballroom to a dance party on a beach. Los Angeles crowds can be rather stoic at times, but that wasn’t the case Saturday night. The room was at a capacity perfect […]

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Kedr Livanskiy
Russian Producer Kedr Livanskiy Made a Rousing Appearance at the Roxy

It was a good night for underground techno lovers this past Friday at the Roxy. Gel Set opened the show for headliner Kedr Livanskiy, who has finally come to Los Angeles as part of an extensive European and North American tour. Hopefully she had a chance to enjoy the sun before she returns home to […]

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Stars Align for Young Galaxy’s Appearance at the Echo

Touring is the hardest part of the job, logistically, for Montreal’s Young Galaxy. The band is comprised of partners Catherine McCandless and Stephen Ramsay, and unofficially their two children. The band can’t take the kids when they travel cross-continent, so they are currently staying in British Columbia with a relative, dropped off just before the […]

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Georgi Kay
Song Premiere: Georgi Kay’s New Electro Pop Single is Your New Guilty Pleasure

What’s your guilty pleasure? Chocolate? The Real Housewives? Carly Rae Jepsen? Georgi Kay wants you to get guiltier. Without completely abandoning a sense of morality, Kay advocates for exploration of intrigue, even if the subject of your desire is already spoken for. Her new single is filled with pulsing bass that could fill an auditorium, […]

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May Roosevelt
Album Premiere: May Roosevelt Speaks in Synths on New LP, Junea

They say that music is a universal language, and that could not be more true for today’s album premiere. Hailing from Thessaloniki, Greece, the artist and composer May Roosevelt began as a violinist when she was 12 years old, but eventually picked up the theremin, which she has since mastered. While it is one of […]

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Tennyson
Tennyson Celebrates Their Uh Oh! EP at the Roxy This Friday

This Friday, Canadian duo Tennyson will celebrate the release of their newest EP Uh Oh! live at the Roxy. It’s possible their tour wasn’t deliberately going to stop in LA on the date of release, but accident or no, the party that night at this iconic venue is guaranteed to be wild. Listen to “Cry […]

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