Tag Archives: lo-fi

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Hot Artist Alert: Arqestry — lo-fi pop for the soul

Cozy up to Arqestry’s new single “Beaches” Up-and-coming producer / singer-songwriter, Arqestry has premiered a sexy space jam titled “Beaches.” Written, recorded, and produced by Arqestry, “Beaches” takes you on a smooth ride full of lush atmospherics, delicate whispers and a plethora of synth sonics. It’s the kind of song you want soundtracking a chill […]

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Sandy Alex G and Japanese Breakfast bring the lo-fi fuzz to the Constellation Room

Playing to the exceptionally crowded Constellation Room as if it was for a bedroom demo recording session, Sandy Alex G and Japanese Breakfast let the lights burn low and the feels glow bright Saturday night. Both bands have a penchant for fuzzy, guitar-peddling soundscapes and the night was filled with plenty of new tracks from […]

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Japanese Breakfast rattles some furry mammals at Natural History Museum gig

The Natural History Museum is back with the live music creating a fantastic space for its annual First Fridays series taking place the first Friday of each month until June. What could be better than late nights at the museum? Perhaps live music… Yes. Silly question. This past Friday, Japanese Breakfast held a great set […]

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Hot Band Alert: LA-based Goon deliver impressive debut EP with Dusk of Punk — so many flavors

Los Angeles-based musician Kenny Becker, known by the moniker of Goon, just released his debut EP Dusk of Punk and it’s sounding all sorts of awesome. The six track EP has a variety of enticing flavors that result in a never-a-dull-moment kind of experience. With Dusk of Punk, Goon reaches for all your senses; and it’s no […]

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Modern Troubadour Deepakalypse Premieres Exclusive Song “Drummers” From Forthcoming Album

Lo-fi acoustic singer-songwriter Deepakalypse is premiering his first exclusive track, “Drummers,” from his forthcoming album Floating On A Sphere right here on Grimy Goods. The album is his first for Everloving Records (The Growlers, Metric, Ben Harper), due out July 8th, and if “Drummers” is any indicator we’re betting it’s going to be the perfect […]

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Alvvays announce November date at Echoplex

Lo-fi indie rock favorites Alvvays have announced a date at the Echoplex for November 19. They’ve been quite the buzz since releasing their self-titled debut full-length in 2014. It’ll mark the band’s first performance in LA since a rousing set at FYF Fest a few weeks ago where they drew quite the crowd early in […]

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Alice-Boman
Alice Boman shares “Reason To Believe” cover and “Be Mine” remix by Jaakko Eino Kalevi

Luling, haunting and fragile, are all things that describe the gorgeous voice of Swedish songstress and pianist, Alice Boman. Her haunting stirring lo-fi folk pop has a timeless sound that you can listen to for days on end. Her music is as soothing as it is heartbreaking, a perfect harmony of feelings. Boman just released a […]

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Introducing: Wax Children — a luscious dose of reverb soaked psychedelia

If the beautiful chaos of psychedelia and shoegaze is your cup of musical tea, then you’ll want to get hip to Wax Children. From Los Angeles, Wax Children formed in April of 2012 and at one point were known as Django’s Tiger. While their first EP release Dreamsick (June 2012) had a more psychedelic surf […]

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Win Tickets to The Intelligence with Cold Beat at Los Globos

The hyper-prolific band, The Intelligence, headlines Los Globos on Friday, December 6. They join the ranks of Thee Oh Sees and Ty Segall, with the constant output of releases, continuing to grow and evolve artistically. The man behind, The Intelligence is Lars Finberg (also in Thee Oh Sees and Wounded Lion), who created The Intelligence […]

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Photos & Review: Wavves with King Tuff & Jacuzzi Boys at the Echo

L.A’s favorite garage punks, Wavves, hit the Echoplex stage this past Tuesday for a wild sold out show. Garage punk never seems to get old in L.A, and thanks to this show being all-ages, the crowd was full of young energy. Kicking off the night was Florida’s Jacuzzi Boys with their electric and psychoactive performance […]

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