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Video Premiere: Watch Lucy Arnell’s Gritty Rock Seep Into Your Screen

Bleeding images reflect the fuzzy soundscape of Lucy Arnell’s latest single, “Do It Again.” Arnell is a local rocker, with a release party planned for the new track at Love Song Bar tomorrow night, supported by Henry Wolfe and Lael Neale. See her perform her own garage grunge before she takes off on tour as […]

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Zoe Elaine |
kat meoz
New Single: Romantic obsession brings out Kat Meoz’s “Bad Side”

Kat Meoz has made a name for herself as LA’s grit-rock darling. She recently released Here I Wait, her sophomore EP that will attract fans of Joan Jett and Jack White alike. Her voice is always the center of attention, howling with a fiery passion that she cannot contain. Today she releases her newest single, […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Local Bands Top the Bill of First Annual FOXES Fest

The first annual FOXES Fest will take place this Sunday, March 25th, at warehouse 1720 downtown, with a lineup centered on LA’s finest young rock bands. Cosmonauts, Sextile, and Death Valley Girls top the bill, with additional local talent from The Mad Walls. Honduras and Thee MVPs round out the lineup, visiting from New York […]

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Together pangea
Together PANGEA announce new album “Bulls and Roosters” — LA date at El Rey Theatre

Together PANGEA Share Video for “Better Find Out” Together PANGEA announced that their third album Bulls and Roosters will be released August 25th, 2017. The band has already released the single “Better Find Out” from the album and the video dropped last Friday. Together PANGEA is an LA-based rock band that is made up of […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
GØGGS
GØGGS announce Los Angeles date at The Echo

GØGGS are back with a headlining Los Angeles date at The Echo slated for Friday, March 17! The latest Ty Segall incarnation came about last May when GØGGS announced their debut album. The band featuring Ty Segall, Ex-Cult’s Chris Shaw and Charles Moothart of Fuzz, released their self-titled full length debut last June off In […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Death valley girls
Los Angeles Bands That Kicked Ass in 2016: Death Valley Girls

Currently in the studio recording the follow-up to their debut full-length record, Death Valley Girls have had quite the kick-ass year. We’ve seen this band grow since 2013 when we first spotlighted them with a Hot Band Alert feature. At that time, not many people had heard of them, let alone had caught Death Valley […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Kim and The Created at Bootleg Theater
Los Angeles Bands that Kicked Ass in 2016: Kim and The Created

If there is one Los Angeles artist that never stops breathing, it’s Kim House of Kim and The Created. At the start of this year, we featured her in our annual forecast featuring artists on the rise, and it goes without saying, she definitely turned heads in 2016. The fiery frontwoman is without a doubt, […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
The Dead Ships
Los Angeles Bands that Kicked Ass in 2016: The Dead Ships

With 2016 quickly slipping away, it’s time we highlight some of the best Los Angeles bands that really made the most of themselves in 2016. As the first in our Los Angeles Bands that Kicked Ass in 2016 series, we’d like to highlight The Dead Ships. It goes without saying that The Dead Ships are […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
The Pack A.D.
The Pack A.D. assault the senses with ‘Positive Thinking’ at The Roxy

Last week at The Roxy, Los Angeles was in for a special pre Thanksgiving treat as Canadian shredders The Pack A.D. came to headline the small Hollywood club in support of their latest album Positive Thinking. While Grimy Goods has covered The Pack A.D. numerous times, this was my first introduction to the garage rock […]

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Danielle Gornbein |
Ty Segall
Ty Segall Debuts New Single “Orange Color Queen,” Announces Self-Titled Album, Tour with L.A. Dates at Teragram

San Francisco’s experimental rock wunderkind Ty Segall is back with tender folk ballad “Orange Color Queen” Usually one for avant-garde garage rock with heavy distortion, Ty Segall’s latest single “Orange Color Queen” off his upcoming ninth studio album due January 27th via Drag City is certainly a departure with its mellow, acoustic tone. Oozing psychedelic […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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