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Move Over Bruce Wayne, It’s Time for “Batimami”—New Single from Mami Sandunga & Chaboi

A new superhero has entered our realm. Get Robert Pattinson out of your head because our new savior is Mami Sandunga & Chaboi, and their new track, “Batimami.” It’s a club anthem (minus the club), fueled by Chaboi’s fusion trap production, that begs listeners to dance. This is the first joint single the duo has […]

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Cones Meditate on Self Isolation Feels in new Single and Music Video “Outside”

Amidst the chaos of Covid-19 and shelter at home orders, and now witnessing the boiling over of decades of civil injustice toward the black community, it’s incredibly difficult to feel serene or at peace, but LA locals Cones have just released a new single and music video that tries to help us take in and […]

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Los Angeles Local Katzù Oso Creates Chill Dance Vibes with New Single “In Too Deep”

Latinx musician Paul Hernandez, better known by his stage name Katzù Oso, has released a new single “In Too Deep,” making good on his promise to fans to release new music — his last release was a single in 2019. The song comes as a prelude to Oso’s sophomore album, “Colour” out June 2020 via […]

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Chicano Batman release punchy new song and video “Pink Elephant”

Chicano Batman have released a new single “Pink Elephant” off their upcoming album, ‘Invisible People,’ out May 1 via ATO Records. The track is the band’s second release this year, and while it contains all the elements of sound that are typical of a Chicano Batman song, it’s heavily saturated so that it comes at […]

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Robert Glasper’s GRAMMYs Jam shimmers with special guests including jazz legend Herbie Hancock

It’s GRAMMY weekend in L.A. which means, wonderfully curated events full of talent currently in town. The very expected, Seventh Annual Robert Glasper’s GRAMMY Jam hosted by UPROXX at Teragram Ballroom was a reunion of brilliant musicians. The talented jazz pianist gathered a roster of friends bringing to the stage the energy of the sounds […]

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Cedric Burnside Gifts Los Angeles with Those Legacy Hill Country Blues at The Echo

Cedric Burnside | Photo Farah Sosa The blues are alive and well in 2020, thanks to musicians with a heritage of tradition like Mississippi’s Cedric Burnside. The Echo was packed Tuesday night and you could hear the crowd commenting about Burnside’s Grammy nominations and masterful style. He is pure musical craftsmanship at its finest. Born […]

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San Cha delivers stunning performance at The Echo celebrating new album La Luz de La Esperanza

When a show leaves you wondering if a wedding, an orgasm and pain happened on stage, the artist is really up to something memorable. This was the case of San Cha‘s recent album release at the Echoplex, Los Angeles. Her new album, titled in Spanish, ‘La Luz de La Esperanza’ translates to “The Light of […]

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Cypress Hill spark up more than just classics at The Novo

Tis the season for Cypress Hill’s annual Haunted Hill Tour! And in Los Angeles, The Novo was the stage for a high dosage of these L.A. legends. Earlier this year, Cypress Hill became the first Latin hip hop group to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It was about time to check […]

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KOKOKO! fill The Echo with their succulent Congolese rhythms and eco-beats

The Congolese band KOKOKO! has been making the rounds lately. This time, they landed at The Echo early in the week. The intensity of their performance was not for your regular Tuesday night as their uplifting energy left no time for standing on the dance floor. The rumor in the audience was that they made […]

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POND close out US tour at The Fonda Theatre with a colorful palette of sounds

The Aussie psych rock group POND made their way West and landed at the Fonda Theatre Sunday night, putting the cap on a brief US tour with a colorful palette of sounds. The band has a propensity for such things, as each release of theirs (particularly the latest two records Tasmania and The Weather) build […]

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