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Ever So Android
Video Premiere: Ever So Android rip and roar with new song “RnR”

Good lawd, I love me a chunky opening riff. Ever So Android have shared their latest single and video “RnR.” And let me tell you, there ain’t nothing “rest and relaxation” about it. Right from the jump, the song rips and roars with quite the statement riff. Just how they sing in their chorus, I’ve […]

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Race The Tide Jesse Macht
Video Premiere: Race The Tide shares striking new video for “The Enemy”

Race The Tide, the latest project from LA singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Jesse Macht has released the video for his suspenseful track “The Enemy.” With a soft 80s synth sound, “The Enemy” plays on your emotions with its moody tones, while still remaining catchy AF! With the song being about Macht’s “angst and insecurities” about following […]

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Tree Machines
Video Premiere: Tree Machines share new video for “Up For Air”

Los Angeles duo Tree Machines have released the video for their upbeat synth pop jam “Up For Air.” The video features a young female walking the streets of Downtown LA as she struggles with that horrid 9-5 life. In the end, a heavy anchor is lifted as the subject takes a bold leap and follows her […]

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Chicano Batman debut politically ardent music video for “Freedom is Free”

LA’s own Chicano Batman has been making waves ever since the release of their third studio album Freedom is Free, not only for its success in breaking out the band’s funky mix of rock, psychedelic soul, and tropicalia to a wider audience but also its decidedly poignant political undertones. As a band that swells with the […]

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KOLARS
Hot Show Alert: Dynamic duo KOLARS headline The Echo this Friday

Los Angeles’ dynamic duo, KOLARS is taking over The Echo this Friday, September 8 (that’s tomorrow!) for a show you won’t want to miss. Made up of the badass husband and wife duo Rob Kolar (guitar) and Lauren Brown (drums), the two roll out a fierce combo of energy and chemistry that makes their live show quite […]

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Spencer Lugwig shares music video for new song “Got Me Like”

Soulful pop trumpeter Spencer Ludwig has shared the music video for his newest single “Got Me Like,” a track created with the sole purpose of getting people on their feet and dancing to its energetic gusto. With a penchant for producing the most infectious of jazz-pop creations and held together by his horn blowing melodic madness, […]

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Twin Temple at Echo Park Rising — More Photos by ZB Images
Photos: Echo Park Rising featuring Plague Vendor, Meatbodies, Lauren Ruth Ward and more

Echo Park Rising 2017 proved to be yet another incredible experience supporting all things local music. If you missed out on the event, check out our photos from Friday and Saturday featuring Draemings, Honus Honus, Plague Vendor, Meatbodies, Rival Cavves, Goldstar, Edith Crash, Lauren Ruth Ward, CRX, Twin Temple, Yip Yops, Cheap Tissue, Dream Phases, […]

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Ella Vos
Hot Artist Alert: Ella Vos — get lost in her lulling vocals that serenade with meaningful lyrics

After featuring her January School Night gig as a Best Show of the Night, Los Angeles vocalist / songwriter, Ella Vos quickly peaked our attention. With a vocal prowess that is smooth and lifting, and at times seducing, Ella Vos captivates with her enchanting range. Songs like “You Don’t Know About Me” are singalong perfection. Vos’ […]

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The Two Tens at The Satellite -- Photo: ZB Images
The Two Tens and The Katellas define rock ‘n’ roll at Satellite gig

With the amount of amazing music Los Angeles has to offer on any random night, from Royal Blood at the Wiltern, The Two Tens’ album release show with The Katellas/Go Betty Go at The Satellite, and the looming Echo Park Rising, we’re remind just how many fantastic bands are all around us. Wednesday night, for […]

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Grouplove releases fiery new single “Remember That Night”

Los Angeles indie-pop sweethearts Grouplove have debuted the newest addition to their repertoire of life-affirming anthems with “Remember That Night.” With the release of last year’s Big Mess, the group officially made their departure from the surf-rock tinted sounds that firmly rooted them in the hearts of the Southern Californian beaches they so often sang about […]

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