Tag Archives: psych

water slice
Premiere: Water Slice Makes a Splash with His Clones in New Video

Patrick Phillips was always indie, having moved from Portland to LA. Today he values the picturesque outlook at his Echo Park residence and he makes sunny psych rock where he feels most at home. Now working under the moniker Water Slice, a self-titled EP of songs he’s written over the past two years is forthcoming; “This […]

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imaad Wasif
Interview: Exploring Context for Imaad Wasif’s Lost-Then-Found Record, Great Eastern Sun

Imaad Wasif often feels like he not of this world. His realm is not physical, though it is tangible. I had the opportunity to pose him some questions about his recent record, Great Eastern Sun, and his career in general to get a chance to understand him and the process behind his profoundly moving work. […]

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KXLU Fest IV Happening This Sunday Featuring Local Underground Talents MNDSGN + more!

You may remember that sunny day in 2014 when Loyola Marymount’s college radio station, KXLU, held its first annual music festival; Grimy Goods was there to capture the magic. Now the station is back with their fourth installment, happening at LMU’s Lawton Plaza this Sunday, March 18th! The lineup features performances from local artists: MNDSGN, Band Aparte, Sextile, Wild Wing, […]

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EP Premiere: The Crowleys Keep Things Pastel on Colours Change Their Tone EP

The Crowleys first caught my attention with the release of “LA Sunset,” a psychedelic track that felt genuinely SoCal. Much to my surprise, the band is actually based in Hamilton, Ontario, a city known for weather and landscape quite different from our own. That clearly doesn’t matter though, given how sunny and expansive their new […]

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Joel Jerome
Video Premiere: Eternally Dancing Joel Jerome Debuts New Video, Album Release Details

Joel Jerome is the reigning king of LA’s underground music scene. You have probably heard about him recently for his work producing for some of the city’s brightest up-and-comers, such as Cherry Glazerr, La Sera, and LA Witch, among others. In a little under a month, we can expect to hear Cosmic Bear Jamboree, a […]

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Hot Band Alert: Uruguay’s Delouners shine on debut album with catchy garage rock ‘n’ blues

Uruguay’s Delouners have already been making waves in Montevideo, “the capital of South American rock,” but their catchy blues garage sound is just beginning to set off ripples here in Los Angeles. The band recently released a new video for the single, “Family,” which also happens to be the title of their debut 13-song album. […]

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Vinyl Williams
Stream Vinyl Williams’ new single “Riddles Of The Sphinx” — New Album Brunei Aug. 26

Los Angeles purveyor of psychedelic splendor, Vinyl Williams has shared a new single titled “Riddles of the Sphinx”. With a brilliant visual companion designed by Williams himself, the new track is available to stream below. “Riddles Of The Sphinx” is the first song reveal off Vinyl Williams’ forthcoming album Brunei. Full of otherworldly sounds, “Riddles […]

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Suuns
Suuns, JJUUJJUU and The Breathing Effect bustle with eclectic sounds at Bootleg Theater

The Bootleg Theater hosted an evening of eclectic sounds this past Wednesday night. Suuns headlined the night in support of their new album, Hold/Still, which was just released on Secretly Canadian. While fans enjoyed hearing the new tunes, the crowd seemed to have more of a connection with Suuns’ older material. Lost in a trance, the […]

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Song Premiere: San Diego’s Big Bloom share roaring new single “Punk Song” off forthcoming debut LP

San Diego’s Big Bloom are about to be in full rock n’ roll bloom with the upcoming release of their debut LP Heavy Angel, due out July 7. We here at Grimy Goods are thrilled to premiere the release of their first single off this heavy hitter titled “Punk Song.” According to vocalist Katie Howard, […]

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roky-erickson
Roky Erickson takes The Roxy on a psychedelic trip down memory lane

Being a fan of The 13th Floor Elevators and too young to have had the opportunity to see them live, I was more than excited to see Roky Erickson at The Roxy this past Friday. He played with his son’s band, The Hounds of Baskerville. Roky’s son, Jegar, with his theatrical and rock ‘n’ blues […]

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