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Mothé Releases Powerful New Album ’I Don’t Want You To Worry Anymore’ — L.A. date at The Regent July 23

Turning the last few years of their musical journey into a personal, self-revealing album, L.A. based artist Mothé drops their debut full-length release, I Don’t Want You To Worry Anymore via Slowlab Records. The alternative leaning album features a cast of explorative, thoughtful tracks that intersect at the points of acceptance and growth. Taking influence […]

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Mysterious Sun Atlas Re-Release Hit Single with mysterious video — New Album out Nov. 5

An obscure hit in June, 2019, Sun Atlas dropped their single “Grand Theft,” on limited-release vinyl via Mocambo Records. Quickly selling out, the mysterious band returns to their mystifying single as the jumping off point of their new record, out this time via Bloodstream on Nov. 5. “Little is known about the ensemble that is […]

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Album Premiere: May Roosevelt Speaks in Synths on New LP, Junea

They say that music is a universal language, and that could not be more true for today’s album premiere. Hailing from Thessaloniki, Greece, the artist and composer May Roosevelt began as a violinist when she was 12 years old, but eventually picked up the theremin, which she has since mastered. While it is one of […]

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Wolf Alice officially arrives with debut full-length “My Love is Cool”

London rockers Wolf Alice have been on our radar since making their L.A. debut at Bardot in January, and excitement for their debut album My Love is Cool has been buoyed by subsequent standout performances. The album dropped June 23 off Dirty Hit/RCA Records and it was well worth the wait. With a sound often times reminiscent of the best […]

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Recommended: Parquet Courts release new album “Content Nausea” under Parkay Quarts

Parquet Courts, a band that prides themselves in not falling in the clutches of social media or major label ownership (although they do have a functioning Facebook page), have continued strong with their DIY tenor and have dropped their second record this year. The Brooklyn-based indie-post-punkers received much critical acclaim for their June 2014 release, […]

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Ana Tijoux, Kumbia Queers & Subsuelo bring heavy Latin tropico vibes to Echoplex

One of the huge benefits of living in Los Angeles is the variety of amazing live music we get to experience. The Red Bull Music Academy radio Panamerika hosted a sold-out show at The Echoplex that had the crowd sweating from start-to-finish. Featuring the Chilean-French rapper-singer Ana Tijoux, Kumbia Queers from Argentina and L.A.’s global bass […]

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The xx – “Open Eyes” – New Demo

The xx have shared a tender new demo titled “Open Eyes.” It’s soft, sultry and innocently sexy — like much of The xx’s previous work. The band released the new track on Christmas day as a very special treat to fans who have been craving some new tunes from The xx. After the release of their […]

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Sandra B. Olinger |
New Music Video – M83 “Midnight City”

In celebration of the release of his new album, Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming, M83 (aka Anthony Gonzalez) has released an official video for “Midnight City”, the first single from their new album. Directed by Fleur & Manu and Produced by DIVISION, “Midnight City” is the soundtrack where a bunch of kids run around Los Angeles raising havoc with […]

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New Music Video: Fanfarlo “Replicate”

Last year I was shocked when my friend Leon Beckenham of Fanfarlo told me they’re weren’t going to play Coachella, even though they were one of the bands on the line-up. Instead, Fanfarlo opted to dedicate all their time to their sophomore album, the follow up to their gorgeous debut, Reservoir —talk about passion and […]

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The Kills Announce Forthcoming Album Details

Thanks to our friends at Rollo & Grady, we just found out that The Kills have completed their fourth album. Fuck yes! It’s been too long since I’ve gotten my Kills fix back in May of 2008 at the El Rey Theatre. Although I dig the Dead Weather (actually anything Alison Mosshart), I’ve been craving […]

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Girl Talk Offers New Album, “All Day” as a FREE Download

The king of mash-ups, Girl Talk (aka Gregg Gillis) announced a slew of tour dates a couple weeks ago with the suspense of the arrival of his new album. Well, now that day has come for Girl Talk fans. Or at least that day has come for those who are able to download the new […]

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Sandra B. Olinger |
“Landing” by Githead – Album Review

It could be that Githead is one of those bands that takes seeing live to really appreciate, or it could be with their third album the supergroup is still working out the style-melding kinks and just hasn’t quite found the magical musical middle ground. Or perhaps, they are totally happy with the sound they’ve cultivated. […]

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Kitsuné Maison 8 – Album Review

Opening the album up with French Horn Rebellion’s “Up All Night,” I thought I was a contestant on some cheesy Japanese game show! Cute-fun song, but a lil too cheesy for me to actually enjoy. It did however, act as the catalyst to blast-off an album full of joyous and sexy tracks that will evoke […]

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Sandra B. Olinger |