Tag Archives: rock

St. Vincent
St. Vincent Returns to Rockstar Status at Filmed Hollywood Palladium Show

You’ve probably heard a lot about St. Vincent recently. Only a few weeks ago, she gave an intimate and surprisingly stripped back show at the Belasco Theater. That show turned out to be a preview for her new EP, MassEducation, comprised of piano renditions of her own material. On first glance, that’s quite a leap […]

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stains of a sunflower
Grit and Grunge Mark New Single from Stains of a Sunflower — LA Show at the Whisky

Natalie Renée is fed up. Her band, the local rock quartet Stains of a Sunflower, has just put out a new single called “Enough,” which is filled to the brim with disdain. The song is the latest release after their self-titled EP dropped back in February. Browse any of their releases and you’ll find yourself […]

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bone acre
Premiere: Bone Acre is Post Punk for the #MeToo Era — watch riveting new video for “It’s OK”

High desert-based Bone Acre is a powerful story and a new music act fronted by Caroline Heerwagen. When they appear live, they are a quartet comprised of Jason Obergfoll, Adam D’Zurilla, Sean Burgess and Ashley Mendel. Bone Acre plans to put out a full-length record this Friday, after today’s premiere of a moving new music […]

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nathan owen
Premiere: Nathan Owen Delivers a Hopeful Message in Apocalyptic Video for “The Things We Left Below”

The world feels like it’s ending. But as long as we breathe, there is much to appreciate about life. At least that’s the message from the former frontman of Owenstone, Nathan Owen. He has been working on a solo project, and today’s premiere will add to a short list of new singles available now. It continues […]

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dream phases
Premiere: Dream Phases Show Maturity on New Single, “To Walk Away”

When I spoke to Brandon Graham a few months ago, he hinted at a plethora of upcoming material from his relatively new project, Dream Phases. Today, an album cycle is supposed to last months, where bands must coordinate social media campaigns with new assets all while playing live shows too. Graham throws all that out […]

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talk time
Hear the Latest Song from Talk Time, Who Will Play the Moroccan on August 30

Lincoln Heights is home to Talk Time, a brand new rock quintet that has been making a splash since releasing their debut single two months ago. You can hear those tracks and more when the band performs live at the Moroccan on August 30th, supporting Los Colognes; grab tickets. Today marks the debut of Talk […]

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talker
Talker Headlines Exciting Showcase at Madame Siam, Dan Sadin Opens

I’m calling it now: Madame Siam is currently LA’s trendiest venue. There are benefits and drawbacks to the title, but a fun time will always be had at this underground spot. Tuesday night’s show was put on by We Found New Music and put together by Celeste Tauchar, who served as the night’s headliner with […]

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el ten eleven
El Ten Eleven Reveal Final Single Ahead of Banker’s Hill LP

El Ten Eleven is the post-rock band that you either have never heard of or that you love; there is no in-between. Their style is often referred to as dizzying, sometimes as a reference to their love for looping, though also applicable to the layers of sound they manage to squeeze out of a guitar, […]

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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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black flamingo
Premiere: Black Flamingo Embrace Their Contradictions

Black Flamingo is filled with contradictions. Their name is the obvious first example, and their sound reflects a dichotomy of tropical light and gothic darkness, too. Add to the pile the title and feel of their new EP, Living Ghost, which will entertain as much as it haunts you. Kimi Recor (founder of Play Like […]

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