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Gal Musette Wanders Through a Daydream Malaise in New Video for “Je vois le ciel”

Singer-songwriter Gal Musette’s newest single and music video, “Je vois le ciel,” marks the LA-based musician’s return with an embrace of French lyrics and avant-garde instrumentation. Translated to “I see the sky” in English, the song is a significant shift in musicality without sacrificing what Gal has already established. Musette’s allusions to bal-musette, the musical […]

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Yuna Backs Latest Album with New Music Video for “Can’t Get Over You”

Singer Yuna rounds off a busy 2022 build-up, culminating with the release of her latest album, Y5, with a music video for “Can’t Get Over You.” Based in Kuala Lumpur and Los Angeles, Y5 comes ten years after her folk-inspired debut album, which feels like a far cry to her most recent work despite still […]

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Hot Artist Alert: Anna Margo Showcases Piano Talent in Newest Heart-Wrencher “Know You”

LA-based Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Anna Margo expands her musical horizons on her new single “Know You,” an emotionally distant piano ballad that’s as intimate as it is vulnerable. Written and produced by Margo, the song calls back to her musical upbringing comprised of time spent playing and listening to classical musicians such as Bach, Chopin, […]

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Steady Holiday at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater by Steven Ward
Steady Holiday Envelops Bob Baker’s Marionette Theater In A Spellbinding Intimacy

Gushing a tender intimacy that’s become so synonymous with her music, singer/songwriter Steady Holiday played a solo(ish) show at Bob Baker’s Marionette Theater in Highland Park this past Saturday night. With a portion of the proceeds going to support Field Trips For LA Youth. It was a night filled with Dre Babinski’s soul-lifting and heart-wrenching […]

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Yinka
Yinka Shares An Intimately Vivid Look At Falling For Someone On New Single/Video “Two Weeks”

Los Angeles-based Yinka creates music you can fully immerse your soul into — without fear of vulnerability — and her latest single “Two Weeks” is a beacon of such tenderness. She was born in Nigeria but grew up in New York and as a result, her music is as much about detangling your identity as […]

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Amber Ryann
Stream Amber Ryann’s Debut Album “Even When It Falls Apart”

On her bombastic debut album Even When It Falls Apart, Los Angeles multi-hyphenate Amber Ryann shares a rapturous glimpse into her hurricane of a musical mind. Over the course of ten caps-locked tracks — clocking in at an all too short half-hour of her most potent confessional anthems — she offers a frantic self-portrait of […]

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PawPaw Rod releases yet “Another PawPaw Rod EP” amidst an already blossoming career

If the word “woozy” were an artist, it would be LA-based singer/rapper PawPaw Rod and his latest release, Another PawPaw Rod EP. In a follow-up to last year’s A PawPaw Rod EP, the Oklahoma-born artist, Rodney Hulsey, takes a laid-back approach to his unique fusion of hip-hop and soul. “Message (Better Days),” previously released as […]

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Steady Holiday
Steady Holiday Shares Gloaming Ballad “Can’t Find A Way” Off Upcoming Album “Newfound Oxygen,” See Her at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater on Nov. 12

Steady Holiday has shared a new song and music video for “Can’t Find A Way,” the lead single from her upcoming fourth album Newfound Oxygen. You also have a chance to see her at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater on Saturday, Nov. 12 in support of Field Trips For LA Youth. As the project of […]

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Johnny Stranger
Johnny Stranger Look Back on a Tumultuous Moment with Sixth Album “Mechanical Clouds”

The wait is over and Los Angeles-based rockers Johnny Stranger have unveiled their sixth studio album Mechanical Clouds. Led by singer/songwriter Peter Anthony under an ever-shifting lineup of talented bandmates, their newest collection of songs tracks a highly tumultuous and tentative period in the band’s life. One that follows two separate moves across the country […]

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Joi Liayé
Bask in the Radiant Neo-Soul of Joi Liayé, Stream New Single “Problem”

Los Angeles-based Joi Liayé has shared another alluring single with the release of “Problem,” you’ll also have a chance to see her perform at SoFar Sounds on Thursday, Nov. 3. Since last year the R&B artist and actress has garnered a ton of love thanks to her debut single “All Yours,” with every new track […]

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Scott Goldbaum
Watch the Music Video for Los Angeles Singer/Songwriter Scott Goldbaum’s “Mourning Coffee,” See Him at the Hotel Cafe on Dec. 2

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Scott Goldbaum has shared the second from his debut EP Protector with “Mourning Coffee,” he will also be playing at the Hotel Cafe on Friday, Dec. 2. This is the first release from Goldbaum — formerly the frontman of Forebear, Wise Cub, and The Harm — in five years. Apart from the […]

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Maddox Lim
Watch Maddox Lim Wrestle with Heartache on His Solo Single Debut “Hollow Dreams”

Maddox Lim, the lead singer of Los Angeles’ indie-rockers Rooted, has unveiled a new single as part of his solo debut with the release of “Hollow Dreams.” It’s the first song the 13-year-old singer/songwriter has shared outside the project he formed with his friends and reveals the young musician as one of prodigious talent. With […]

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Ella Vos shares new video and song “Glitter and Tears”

Los Angeles vocalist, Ella Vos has released a gorgeous new track titled “Glitter and Tears.” With only soft piano keys and the lulling dulcet vocals of Lauren Salamone (aka Ella Vos) — the touching song is Ella Vos’ most raw and vulnerable yet. A song about pain, triumph and rebirth — the emotive lyrics detail […]

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