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vōx Shares New Single “I Am Not A God,” Signs to Arts & Crafts

LA based singer-songwriter-producer vōx (pronounced “wokes,” the Latin word for “voice”) announced earlier this week that she has signed with Indie label Arts & Crafts. In addition to her announcement, she also released a new single, “I Am Not A God,” an aloof sounding, yet deeply emotional projection of the artist who created it. “I […]

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Forecast: 15 Los Angeles Bands / Artists To Watch in 2018

2017 has been an interesting year, a lot of good, and a whole lotta bad. And you know what comes out of some really tough times? Great music. This past year we’ve seen so many Los Angeles acts, especially female-led acts, come into the forefront and reveal their many talents. Each year, Grimy Goods produces […]

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vōx envelopes the Pico-Union Project with illuminating performance

Music is meant to be performed at places of worship. The acoustics in spiritual spaces are designed to maximize the power of prayer through song; the effect can send shivers down the spine of even a crude atheist such as myself. This past Saturday, the Pico-Union Project synagogue played host to some of LA’s most […]

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Win Tickets to ELOHIM at the Echo

Thursday, July 28th will celebrate a lineup of dazzling acts at The Echo. Elohim is set to headline the show, with the release of her self titled debut album this past May. With only two songs out in the public, “She Talks Too Much” and “Xanax”, Elohim has stirred quite a following. Thursday night’s schedule will feature […]

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Sweet Yet Strong: Milk & Bone’s Spectacular LA Debut at the Bootleg Theater

The Bootleg Theater was host to a slew of incredible acts this past Friday night. For our main course, Milk & Bone show us why they were so lauded at SXSW, and to open for them were Danke and vōx, who both put on blissful bass-filled sets. I missed most of Danke at the start but […]

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