Tag Archives: women who rock

DeathbyRomy
DeathbyRomy shares concussive new song “Come And Play With Me” for the film “Promising Young Woman”

DeathbyRomy has shared “Come And Play With Me,” her discordant rock anthem and contribution to the soundtrack of the upcoming film Promising Young Woman, written/directed by Emerald Fennell. A blend of heady-industrial atmospherics and grinding rock, it’s no surprise that both DeathbyRomy and Fennell bonded over their love of Nine Inch Nails deep-cuts, as the […]

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Steven Ward |
Haiku Hands
Haiku Hands share pulsating new anthem “Suck My Cherry” for the film “Freaky”

Raucous dance-pop group Haiku Hands, who just released their self-titled album this year, have shared a new track titled “Suck My Cherry,” a pulsating anthem of rebellion that also serves as the soundtrack for the horror-comedy Freaky, starring Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton. Director Christopher Landon, already a big Haiku Hands fan to begin with, […]

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Steven Ward |
Premiere: L.A. MACHINA Unleash Soul Piercing Single and Video That Pays Homage to Good Rock N’ Roll

Part of what makes the Los Angeles music scene so interesting is its propensity to marry music with other art forms to enhance the overall mood or effect. It’s the metta that happens when you explore the power music has on the individual and collective soul. Local favorites L.A. MACHINA took the witchy vibes of […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
pep squad
Pep Squad turn a classic “It’s My Party” into a Ghoulish Affair

Keeping it full of delicious attitude, Pep Squad, the latest project from the creative powerhouse that is Kat Leon of the LA-based band Holy Wars, has released a new track titled “It’s My Party.” A play off the 60’s pop song popularized by Lesley Gore, Pep Squad take it to a nefarious level with their […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
egg drop soup
Egg Drop Soup Drops New Single In Anticipation of their New EP and a Dicey Presidential Election

2020 has been hard for many to contextualize, and with an upcoming presidential election that is likely to be a total disaster for many reasons, it may be difficult to hold onto hope or sanity. While it’s always best to keep perspective, local band Egg Drop Soup explores the fringes of 2020 frustration in their […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
asy saavedra
Premiere: Asy of Chaos Chaos debuts latest score from indie video game ‘Trover Saves The Universe’

Los Angeles artist, Asy of Chaos Chaos has scored the Soundtrack for Justin Roiland of Rick and Morty’s indie video game, Trover Saves The Universe! Today, Asy debuts the latest single “Track Star” (Demo) from the soundtrack. The new track is an exotic, electro-adventure of sound that joyously traverses through Sci-Fi wormholes of glorious bombast. Like with every […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
flavia
Flavia heats things up with new EP “Out Loud”

Flavia’s new EP is hot to the touch, beginning with an unapologetic “sorry” before a dance-inducing beat. ‘Out Loud’, which dropped August 28 and is already climbing the iTunes charts, is a compilation of tracks that bread-crumb her journey as a queer, poly woman. One of our favorite tracks, ‘Switch’, slides down your back like […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Torii Wolf Channels Deep Emotions in New Single

Not giving too much care for details, musician Torii Wolf finds clarity in stripping things down in new single “Charlie.” “Charlie” is a very personal song, that at first feels very sparse. The lyrics are ambiguous, they don’t really paint a vivid picture of anything specific, but there is a rawness and sincerity clearly present. […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Peach Kelli Pop
Peach Kelli Pop try to break-away from toxic relationships on new single”Cut Me Off”

Peach Kelli Pop, the Southern California indie-rock outfit of Annir Hanlon, has shared the first single from their upcoming EP with the jangly rhythms of “Cut Me Off.” On the lush, riff-laden piece that taps the bands love of 50s and 60s female-led pop music, Hanlon searches for the will to remove herself from a […]

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Steven Ward |
Ziemba Reveals Uneasy New Single and Video for “Harbor Me” Lifted from Forthcoming True Romantic LP

Among the revelations on Ziemba’s new record, that she is a romantic might be the most shocking of all. The artist and journalist also known as René Kladzyk has always toyed with relationships, though typically between energies rather than explicit affairs. Her 2015 record Hope Is Never was more about reaction than grief, and Ardis, […]

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Zoe Elaine |