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little simz
Little Simz Releases Punchy Anthem “Boss” Ahead of Demon Dayz Fest Appearance

With her new single, North London hip hop artist Little Simz reminds us that she is not just a girl, she’s a boss. The song debuted on television’s current best place to hear new music: Issa Rae’s HBO show, Insecure. “Boss” comes on the heels of another brand new Little Simz cut called “Offence,” which […]

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Zoe Elaine |
illiterates punk band
Premiere: illiterates make thrashin’ call for revolution with new single “My Enemy”

illiterates waste no time thrashing to the point with their new single “My Enemy.” In true punk fashion, the track is hard, fast and loud. It bangs with manic drums, fierce guitar riffs and it gets super weird around the 40-second mark. You may feel a bit disoriented for a few hot seconds, but “My […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
starcrawler
Starcrawler Warm Up For Beach Goth 2018 at The Growlers Pop-Up Event

If you had any reservations about attending Beach Goth 2018, the pop up events will sway you into buying tickets. In anticipation of the festival on August 5th, The Growlers have opened a pop-up shop at a warehouse in Chinatown and are throwing some insane parties. This past Saturday, Starcrawler headlined a raucous night filled […]

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Zoe Elaine |
object as subject
OBJECT AS SUBJECT Doesn’t Need Your Permission But You’ll Want Thiers

Violinist-turned-punk rocker Paris Hurley has a new project called OBJECT AS SUBJECT, and it is sure to shift your perspective. She and her band–Emilia “Pony Sweat” Richeson, Gina Young, Patty Schemel, and Megan Fowler-Hurst–cut through the bullshit by grinding axes and pounding skins, evidenced on their new single,”Weaponry.” Their debut LP, PERMISSION, is due out […]

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Kelsey Lu Proves She’s on the Verge of Stardom at the Moroccan Supported by FUPU

For a Tuesday night, the Moroccan Lounge was buzzing particularly loudly. Kelsey Lu is a significant draw for audiences, with her growing reputation as a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter. She began as a cellist, studying classical composition as early as age six. Her mind continues to dip into that well of knowledge, giving her a unique […]

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Zoe Elaine |
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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Zoe Elaine |
Shame Sing Songs of Praise and Resistance at the Echo

“THIS NIGHTMARE MUST END: The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!” Such was the valiant proclamation of a sign hung above the merch table at the Echo last Friday night. The headliner that night was Shame, a band from London, and though the UK is undergoing its own political turmoil, it was the second band on the […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Together pangea
Together PANGEA announce new album “Bulls and Roosters” — LA date at El Rey Theatre

Together PANGEA Share Video for “Better Find Out” Together PANGEA announced that their third album Bulls and Roosters will be released August 25th, 2017. The band has already released the single “Better Find Out” from the album and the video dropped last Friday. Together PANGEA is an LA-based rock band that is made up of […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Dead Kennedys 2017
Dead Kennedys Announce Los Angeles Show Date at Echoplex

The Dead Kennedys have announced a Los Angeles concert date at the Echoplex for Thursday, July 20. It’s been a couple years since we’ve seen the iconic punk rock band take the stage with their last performance at the Hi-Fi Rock Fest in Long Beach, as well as a 2015 date at the Observatory in […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Wire band
Not looking back: the U.K.’s Wire still going strong forty-years into their evolving sound

Words: Steven Ward  Even if you’ve never delved very deep into the historical roots of the budding punk scene that developed in the UK during the 1970s, chances are if you’ve been a fan of rock music in the last four decades, you’ve had a taste of Wire. Attributed to expanding the sonic limits of […]

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