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Don’t answer the phone, it’s just a spammer — O Future shares new song “Telephone”

How many spam phone calls do you get in a day? O Future’s new single “Telephone” is about that split second of wonder between the ring and the realization that no one special is trying to reach you on the other side. It can make you detest phone calls in general but this cinematic, slow-burner […]

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Joy Downer
Premiere: Joy Downer share the straight from the 80s soundtrack to your next escape with new single “Getaway Car”

A moody, midnight-run escape through haunting harmonics and vocals, Los Angeles duo Joy Downer’s new single “Getaway Car” is exactly that—a synth-swirling getaway filled with 80s stylized sonics. The duo, comprised of Joy and Jeff Downer, has a knack for recreating in a sleek manner the kind of lush electronica that feels like it’s burst […]

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Wargirl
Wargirl share their groovy new music video for “How You Feel”

Long Beach-based Wargirl have shared the video for their song ”How You Feel” off their upcoming self-titled debut album and it’s a quick staple for the band’s multi-cultural garage-rock style. Formed by Cold War Kids guitarist Matt Wignall and producer of hit songs like ”Hospital Beds, ” Wargirl is made-up of lead singer Samantha Park, […]

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Maryanne Bold
Premiere: L.A. indie-pop duo Maryanne Bold tackle mental health positivity on new single “Therapy Felt So New”

Maryanne Bold, the Los Angeles indie-pop duo of Dylan Grossman and the vocals of Henry MacLean, have shared the uplifting new music video for their song “Therapy Felt So New.” An anthem about coming to terms with yourself and your mental health, the song courses with a surreal pensiveness that the video capitalizes on in […]

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The Songery
Hot Artist Alert: Avant-garde and genre-hopping, The Songery is a breath of fresh air for singer/songwriters

Crafting the kind of swift, uplifting pop that seeks to “peel back the mask that humanity can so easily wear,” The Songery—a.k.a. singer/songwriter Alexandria Leon—boasts an avant-garde touch to her music. Her latest single “The Dark” is a budding, melodically enthused anthem to new beginnings—of which Leon herself appears to be on the cusp of. […]

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Lucille Furs
Lucile Furs’ new album ‘Another Land’ buds with all those delicious yesteryear sounds

Lucille Furs are making their way to Los Angeles with a headline show date at the Bootleg Theater on Thursday, March 21. The psych-pop quintet just released their second album ‘Another Land’ via Requiem Pour Un Twister. The 13-track LP is filled with exotic psychedelic gems that will do just that: take you to “another […]

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Oyster Kids share video for infectious new single “Losing My Mind”

A bubbly, earworm if we’ve ever heard one, Los Angeles four-piece Oyster Kids new single “Losing My Mind” is a no-brainer add to anyone’s indie-pop playlist. It’s all riveting synth-surges and tambourine echoes that propel the song forward alongside the group’s vocalizations, of which Andrew Eapen’s croons are lent to; Jonathan Bradley delivers the song’s […]

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Lo-fi songwriter Worn-Tin to play a manic, circus of a show at The Echo for new album “Cycles”

“Cycles,” the eponymous song of Worn-Tin’s upcoming debut album, bugs out like a lo-fi tune squeezing through a lousy transmission of a very outdated car stereo. And it’s all the better for it. Warner, the man behind the moniker—one gifted to him by a drunk friend at a jacuzzi party—at first pursued a career and […]

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RKCB
Premiere: RKCB share melancholic new single “Till We’re In The Sea”

L.A.-based dream pop duo RKCB have released the latest single off their upcoming Shores EP in the form of the melancholic “Till We’re In The Sea.” A pulsating ballad that takes one of the bigger crisis of our time in climate-change and attempts to peer into it from a fresh perspective—one that is more honed in on […]

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Flat Worms
Flat Worms Announce Forthcoming EP Into The Iris, Stream Single “Shouting at the Wall”

Following the sonic boom that was their debut self-titled LP, Flat Worms are planning on hammering through your living room walls with their latest EP Into The Iris via via Drag City imprint, GOD? Records. Yesterday, Flat Worms share their hyperbolic single “Shouting at the Wall”. Listen to it below. Comprised of Will Ivy, Tim Hellman, […]

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