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MS MR bewitch fans at Wiltern with rapturous energy and vocal swoon

A dark doo wop of the most soulful kind overtook the Wiltern this past Tuesday night as dream pop duo MS MR bewitched fans with a string of hits from their sophomore album How Does It Feel. Lead vocalist Lizzy Plapinger was a pulsating vision of rapturous energy throughout the night, whipping her bright scarlet […]

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Florence and the Machine at Santa Barbara Bowl — an elegant blur of possessed emotion

It’s been roughly seven years since Florence Welch first teamed up with her friend Isabella “Machine” Summers to form the beginnings of what would become one of the biggest rock groups of the last ten years. That’s long enough for people to forget that Florence and the Machine started as, and has always been, a […]

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Savages share new song “The Answer” off forthcoming sophomore album “Adore Life”

Savages have revealed album details for their forthcoming sophomore album Adore Life. Additionally, the all-female post-punk group have also shared a riveting new song and video titled “The Answer”. Keeping things stark and heavy, Savages’ new song “The Answer” picks up where the band left off with their lauded 2013 debut full-length Silence Yourself. Staying […]

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Marina and the Diamonds casts a shimmering glam–pop spell at Greek Theatre

Glam-pop princess Marina Diamandis turned the Greek Theatre onto its head Monday night with a wild presentation that tracked her transformation as an artist across her three-album discography. Opening with a string of hits from her debut album The Family Jewels, Marina and the Diamonds quickly set the tone of the night with their high-octane […]

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The Avengers to headline Bootleg Theater this December

Straight from the lauded ’77 punk scene, The Avengers have announced a headlining show date at the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles. The San Francisco punk band has been playing some local Bay area shows and now they will take the stage at the Bootleg on Friday, December 4. Led by the powerful female vocalist, Penelope Houston, […]

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Stream Liphemra’s spicy new track “Did U Cry”

Los Angeles based Liphemra has revealed a spicy new track title “Did U Cry”. The experimental group — known for their unique electronic beats, samples and trip hop vibes — are gearing up to release a new EP of same name (Did U Cry) which is set for an early March release via LA-based label […]

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The Coathangers
Stream The Coathangers’ new song “Watch Your Back”

Ever since the March release of their new album Suck My Shirt, The Coathangers have been ripping’ shows left and right and especially making a good name for themselves in Los Angeles. The Atlanta trio has quickly become one of our favorite bands. Just today, NPR premiered a new track from The Coathangers titled “Watch Your Back”. […]

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Stream Peaches’ new album “Rub”

It’s finally here! Peaches has shared her new album Rub for all to stream a few days before its official release date. Rub is Peaches’ first album in six years. The 11-track record features Kim Gordon, Feist, Simonne Jones and more powerful female voices. You can stream the album below or via Peaches’ website. Take […]

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HINDS
Listen to HINDS’ new song “Garden” off forthcoming debut album Leave Me Alone

Cultivating something of a phenomenon that has grown out of Madrid’s ever-expanding music scene, garage-rockers Hinds have spent the last four years carefully grooming their sound for their highly anticipated debut. That debut, which will be out early next year, will be titled Leave Me Alone, and the band have shared two singles off the […]

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Veronica Bianqui aces first night of September residency at Harvard & Stone

On Tuesday night, to celebrate the release of her new single, “If Love’s a Gun, I’m Better Off Dead,” Veronica Bianqui kicked off her Grimy Goods-sponsored residency at Harvard & Stone along with singer/songwriter/producer extraordinaire Joel Jerome, and the psychedelic Triptides. This is Veronica’s first residency and her first real push for her solo work […]

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