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Fell Runner
Premiere: Fell Runner share whimsical, unsurprisingly dog-filled video for “Dog Inside a Car”

Los Angeles rock quartet Fell Runner have shared the video for their song “Dog Inside a Car,” the off-kilter, guitar chill track off their latest album Talking released earlier this summer. Filmed in the hills near Palmdale and Mt. Emma, CA by Enersto Prieto and directed/edited by Marcus Högsta (Fell Runner bassist), the film hones […]

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Kitten
Kitten find love and bliss in the video for new song “Memphis”

Giddy off love, power-pop rock band Kitten find meaning in the people they surround themselves in the video for new song “Memphis.” Directed by photographer Tsarina Merrin and shot at the band’s Los Angeles home, “Memphis” finds lead-singer Chloe Chaidez and company wrestling with what exactly makes a place feel like home. Between a sampling […]

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Lucy Arnell
Premiere: Lucy Arnell shares rock-rambler “Shadow’s Coming Over to Watch a DVD”

L.A.-based Lucy Arnell has shared the video for her song “Shadow’s Coming Over to Watch a DVD,” which will be part of a split cassette release with post-punk-pop provocateur Holiday Sidewinder. The film—co-directed and shot by Arnell’s good friend Tess Wachter—is an oddity specific to Arnell’s own vision. A grunge-rock rambler soundtracks the film, which […]

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derde verde
Float Away With Derde Verde’s ‘Waking The Dream,’ First Single Off Their Upcoming Album

Melting indie folk into a sea of philharmonic arrangements, LA-based group Derde Verde brings us the introspective journey, ’Waking The Dream.’ Formed in 2008 by singer/guitarist Dylan McKenzie and bassist Jonathan Schwarz, Derde Verde has released several EP’s and can be found touring the world or playing intimate rock shows in LA (see below for […]

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Compress Collide
Premiere: Compress Collide mix punk-angst with Southland fires in new single “Oh No”

Billing themselves as the tallest band in Los Angeles, the trio in Compress Collide craft the kind of urgent, power-pop-punk that gets you raging as much as it puts a fire in your belly. Their new single, “Oh No,” the second to be released in anticipation of their debut EP, is a bleak rocker that […]

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james v is fancy
James V leaps into a new passion with video for “Blondie” — LA date at Non Plus Ultra Aug. 3

L.A.’s James V (aka James Thormer) is back with another wonderfully weird video for you to enjoy. James V has just released the music video for his latest track, “Blondie.” The video is just as delicious as the funky-psych-pop number. It dances with joy, it teases your senses and just makes you feel so damn […]

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kills birds
Kills Birds Whip Up Scorching New Single in “Jesus Did”

Los Angeles-based band, Kills Birdshas come out with a new single, “Jesus Did.” This new song comes at the heels of the band’s self-titled debut album, Kills Birds, that arrives via KRO Records on Friday, Sept. 20. “Jesus Did” is the third track to be released by the band, all of which we can find on […]

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Lola
Hot Band Alert: Automatic share anxious rock single “Too Much Money” from new album Signal

A few decades ago L.A. trio Automatic—with their eclectic and unpolished rock leanings—might’ve found themselves at home opening for the likes of Blondie. Comprised of Izzy Glaudini (synths/vocals), Lola Dompé, (drums/vocals) and Halle Saxon (bass/vocals), Automatic was formed in the heart of L.A.’s DIY scene. Their new single “Too Much Money” reveals as much: a […]

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moon honey
Los Angeles’ beloved Moon Honey bid farewell with new and final album “Dreamlet”

From Baton Rouge, Louisiana to Los Angeles, California, the members of Moon Honey have traveled down the yellow brick road to find a home in Echo Park where they cultivated a unique swamp rock sound and stage presence. Over the last few years, Moon Honey, the brainchild of vocalist Jess Joy and guitarist Andrew Martin, […]

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Molly Moore’s ‘I Love You But I Don’t Like You’ Gives Heartbreak A New Look

Bold lyrics and a steady swagger lead the way in Molly Moore’s latest release, ‘I Love You But I Don’t Like You.’ In the aftermath of a breakup, we’re left to grapple with unprecedented feelings, bringing us annoyances like like grief, guilt, and anger. Moore’s track is a brave two minute account of where she’s […]

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