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Xoller examines the wondering mind in evocative new track “The Darkest Hour”

Ever lie awake at night just staring at the celling, a billion little thoughts just floating in your head? Each contemplation making you more and more uneasy. Xoller’s evocative new tune “The Darkest Hour” focuses on just that. With helpless, haunting vocals and bass booming like a beating heart, this carefully crafted track clutches you […]

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Chloe |
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Fans finally get to hear ‘It Is What It Is’ live, Thundercat annouces headline tour with LA gig at Shrine Expo Hall

The extraordinary-slick-badass and quite charming, funky bass slayer we all know as Thundercat has announced a Fall 2021 tour of North America. Channel Tres joins the tour as the opening act, and special guests will appear at certain shows as well. Naturally, Thundercat will play a hometown Los Angeles gig! Thundercat will headline the Shrine Expo Hall on […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
The Record Company
The Record Company announced Play Loud Tour with Los Angeles hometown gig at Teragram Ballroom

Los Angeles’ The Record Company are going on tour! The hometown rock heroes will be hitting the road with their Play Loud Tour starting in October 2021 for a 32-stop tour across North America. The Record Company have a Los Angeles tour dates scheduled for Nov. 22 at Teragram Ballroom. As the old adage goes, save the best for […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
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In New Single feat. The Avalanches, Cola Boyy shows that no matter where you are in life “Don’t Forget Your Neighborhood”

Cola Boyy — Photo: Ross Harris You know that expression people sometimes say, “don’t forget us little people when you make it to the top”? Cola Boyy’s new single “Don’t Forget Your Neighborhood” featuring The Avalanches is all about just that. The shimmering tune showcases booming beats and glittering synths to create a truly bright […]

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Chloe |
Poolside
Dive in to Poolside’s blissful summer soundtrack with “High Season” LP

Poolside‘s Jeffrey Paradise has brought together an essential mix of summer-ready jams aboard his High Season LP, a companion album of sorts to last year’s Low Season. The nine-song collection brings together all the euphoric and mesmerizing electronica Poolside is known for with an eclectic cast of collaborators, resulting in a variety of new songs […]

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Steven Ward |
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Egg Drop Soup Releases New Single and Music Video Giving the Finger to Past Jobs and a Thumbs Up to Rock n’ Roll

While the music community waits to get back to live music and events, Egg Drop Soup continue to focus on making new music as they patiently wait to rock fans in person once again. In the meantime, their newest single, “Or Durves,” is yet another link in the band’s punk chain they have been forging […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Monogem -- Photo by Jenna Johns
Monogem heads to the desert to heal in the lyric video for “Sólo Amor”

Monogem has unveiled a new single titled “Sólo Amor” and along with it a hypnotizing lyric video. Written while on an excursion to Joshua Tree with her producers The Slackademics, the song was borne out of the singer’s experience with the psychedelic effects of psilocybin. The lyric video, directed by Jenna Johns and Kyle Patrick, […]

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Steven Ward |
Cassandra Violet -- Photo by Anna Azarov
Cassandra Violet’s Latest Music Video Is A Whimsical Nightmare Of Existential Self Torture

The release of Los Angeles artist Cassandra Violet’s debut album earlier this year was a deep dive into Violet’s mind. Now, she’s released a new, self-directed music video for the single “Tick Tick.” ExpandIng on the song — a Jazzy, pop indie tune about the woes of feeling the pressure from society and your biological […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Current Joys Voyager
Current Joys’ New Album ‘Voyager’ is a Crooning Cruise into the Existential and Moody

In the audiophile film, “High Fidelity,” John Cusack’s character asks the pivotal question to his audience, “What came first? Music, or the misery? … Did I listen to pop music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music?” For Current Joys’ creator, Nick Rattigan, it’s the emotions that spark the music, and it’s emotion that propels […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Torii Wolf Bares Their Teeth (and Soul) on Splendid Ten Billion Years EP
Torii Wolf Bares Their Teeth (and Soul) on Splendid Ten Billion Years EP

Fans of Torii Wolf never have to wait long before the artist releases something new and immediately captivating. Music videos, plenty of one-off singles, and even a 4-track EP with Louymadeabanger all were part of the involuntary lead-up to their new EP; now that it’s out, Ten Billion Years has overshadowed the rest, baring Wolf’s […]

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Zoe Elaine |