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Kolars are the wild-eyed rock duo to get your feet moving, listen to new single “Turn It Up”

KOLARS, the husband and wife duo of Rob Kolar and Lauren Brown, have released another sizzling addition to their already blistering collection with new single “Turn It Up.” The Los Angeles-based band pulls from a lot of different roots with this one, dipping their heavy-guitars in a bluesy bath and side-stepping with the punkish agitations […]

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Hot New Music: Stream Crescendo’s new song “Repulsor” off forthcoming sophomore LP “Unless”

With an affinity for all things romanticism, science fiction, imagination, and self-reflection, Los Angeles trio Crescendo have shared a nostalgic new song titled “Repulsor”. The song comes from the band’s forthcoming sophomore album, Unless. With a sweet sound that reminds you of 80s shoegaze and new wave, Crescendo’s “Repulsor” dazzles with tender vocals and transcending […]

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PR0FILES
Watch Pr0files new Bob Dylan-inspired video for “Empty Hands”

Not too long ago, the LA duo Pr0files, comprised of Lauren Pardini and Danny Sternbaum shared their delicious new song “Empty Hands.” Now Pf0files have brought the song to life with a Bob Dylan-inspired video for the track. Shot on a blistering 110-degree day in the barren desert of Joshua Tree, the video features Pardini and […]

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Stream Mystic Braves’ new song “Spanish Rain”

Coming off a vibey set from this past weekend’s Beach Goth festival, Los Angeles’ Mystic Braves have revealed yet another new song from their forthcoming album New Days of Yesteryear . Staying true to their signature “yesteryear” sound, Mystic Braves’ new song “Spanish Rain” is a much more soft number. While their last song reveal for […]

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Adult Swim releases new Cherry Glazerr song “Sip O’ Poison” as part of 19-week singles project

Los Angeles garage-grunge-punk band, Cherry Glazerr have offered up a brand new track titled “Sip O’ Poison.” The song comes from Adult Swim’s batch of singles; a 19-week project featuring a bunch of great artists. The new song finds the band creating a punk number reaching a minute and half of manic “Oh, Oh, Ohs” […]

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Waters Raise the Volume at The Roxy on the Second Stop of their West Coast Tour

Waters Waters brought their loud rock sounds and upbeat energy to The Roxy on Thursday night. It was the second stop of their five-leg West Coast tour, which started out in San Diego. Opening for them that night was Riothorse, a newly formed LA-based band. Riothorse took the stage at 8:30 pm and delivered their […]

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Castro bring a new wave Sound to The Echo, while Potty Mouth deliver a dose of punk

It was a chill setting and people trickled in slowly at The Echo this past Tuesday for Castro’s headlining performance. Unfortunately, there was a small crowd in attendance which is such a shame because it was a really stellar night of good music featuring Castro out of Los Angeles and Potty Mouth from Massachusetts. If […]

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White-Arrows
White Arrows unleash a fury of sexy electro pop bangers at The Catalyst

White Arrows This weekend at the Catalyst, Santa Cruz natives were treated with a variety of unique takes on how each artist interprets pop music. LA-based group White Arrows headlined, showcasing their dance-pop delicacies that could easily play as a soundtrack for a walk through a tropical forest. Not far behind, GRMLN and Trails and […]

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With their new album “Control”, Milo Greene ditch folk for pop with mixed results

In the future, published work deconstructing the indie years by whatever contemporary author most appropriately embodies Chuck Klosterman (Working title: Festivals, Molly and Polka Dots,) there will be a chapter entitled “What Mumford & Sons Hath Wrought.” That chapter will, among other things, try to pinpoint when Mumford was excitingly relevant (Tiny Desk Concert, Little […]

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Hot Band Alert: From Los Angeles, listen to Rosechild’s debut EP Remedies

Los Angeles-based alternative rock band Rosechild has released their debut EP, titled Remedies. There’s a certain enjoyable ’90s alt-rock sound to this four-piece band. Only three songs in length, Rosechild’s first EP leaves you wanting more. The songwriting is superb and lead singer Haile Meirow’s voice is reminiscent of ’80s and ’90s rockers Edie Brickell (particularly […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |