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Featured Interview: Beacon discuss their process and how playing live has affected their sound

Thomas Mullarney and Jacob Gosset are on tour again with Beacon. On the release of their newest EP L1 the duo have been trying new things and designing new live arrangements to take on the road. When I speak to them over the phone on Friday, they are gearing up for their show in Seattle and […]

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An Interview with POND: the enormity of outerspace, whiskey and jokes

You wouldn’t be able to tell that POND considers their band a tongue-in-cheek affair if you just listened to their music. Throughout their six-year run they have made some of the hardest hitting psych-rock to come out of Australia. Touching on influences as far reaching as AC/DC and Outkast (with some Bowie sprinkled in for […]

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Everything All The Time: An Interview with Burger Records’ Sean Bohrman

Interview feature by Emily Saex Since 2007 Burger Records has quickly snowballed into one of the most influential record labels in Southern California. With a D.I.Y. ethos and pure enthusiasm for music and supporting bands, there is no denying its integral place at the forefront of the Southern California music scene. Label co-founders Sean Bohrman […]

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Emily Saex |
Grimy T.V. Interview with Rainbow Jackson
Grimy T.V. Interview with Rainbow Jackson

Our special guest host, Al Scott of the Dead Ships is back again to host another segment of Grimy T.V. This time he gets down and dirty, (and we mean dirty) with fellow Echo Park rockers, Rainbow Jackson. All we can say about this interview (aside from the great looking men in it) is that […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Kera and the Lesbians Grimy Tv Interview
Grimy T.V. Interview with Kera and the Lesbians

On this special segment of Grimy T.V., we head to Bedrock L.A. for Echo Park Rising! Our guest host Al Scott of the kick-ass L.A. band, the Dead Ships gets up-close-and-personal with the lovely Kera of Kera and the Lesbians. Naturally, they talk about lesbians, as well as some other rad stuff such as a […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
An Interview with The Bronx

The Bronx have been beyond busy the past year, prepping another punk record between moonlighting as Mariachi El Bronx and endless touring. Now, our favorite L.A. punks are ready to release their first album in five years; Bronx (IV) is set for release via White Drugs/ATO Records on February 5. To celebrate their record release, the Bronx are playing a very […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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An Interview with Vinyl Williams

Los Angeles-based Vinyl Williams, led by the 22-year-old Lionel Williams is not your average psych band from Los Angeles. While other musicians in this trending genre sound practically alike, Vinyl Williams takes a more holistic, artistic and cultured approach with his level of psychedelic influence. Not to mention, he’s also a visual artist. Check out […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
An Interview with The Dead Ships

An interview with the Dead Ships: these L.A.-based up-and-comers are steaming up the windows with some catchy-as-hell garage-rockin’-soul tunes. Our Grimy Goods crystal ball is forecasting some great things for the Dead Ships in 2013. We caught up with the band for a brief interview; from bar lushes and staying away from Hollywood — to […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
An Interview with The Balconies from Toronto

  Toronto’s indie rock-pop trio, The Balconies blew Echo Park away at Culture Collide Festival.  I got my chat on with band, siblings Jacquie (singer/guitarist) and Steve (bass) as well as, Liam (drummer) in the Taix parking lot to discuss their music, L.A. experience, and the finer things in life like beer and the best places […]

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Emily Saex |
An Interview with The Stone Foxes at Outside Lands Music Festival

I interviewed the adorable guys from the band The Stone Foxes at this past 2011 Outside Lands Music Festival in Golden Gate Park.  These cuties had such an amazing energy about them.  They seemed to be taking in all these amazing experiences they are having with wide eyed amusement and gratitude. They were so sweet […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |