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PREMIERE: Bubbly New Single from Dresage and G.Smith is a Feminist Bop

Can there be too many feminist anthems? Dresage and G.Smith don’t think so; in fact, they recently collaborated on a new one called “Therapy,” which Grimy Goods has the pleasure to premiere today. It is a happy compromise between their production styles, where every bubbling moment holds something bold and new. Drink up the new […]

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Zoe Elaine |
Priests
Priests celebrate new album with Jesus’ Son video and tour — LA date at Teragram

Hallelujah! Salvation is real! Priests are back to bless us with a brand new full length album, an upcoming beast of a tour and a few music videos and singles to tide us over until then.  Priests will arrive in Los Angeles on June 27 with a headline date at the Teragram Ballroom in Downtown […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Wargirl
Wargirl share their groovy new music video for “How You Feel”

Long Beach-based Wargirl have shared the video for their song ”How You Feel” off their upcoming self-titled debut album and it’s a quick staple for the band’s multi-cultural garage-rock style. Formed by Cold War Kids guitarist Matt Wignall and producer of hit songs like ”Hospital Beds, ” Wargirl is made-up of lead singer Samantha Park, […]

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honeyblood
Honeyblood’s forthcoming album is a badass delight — catch them in Los Angeles at The Echo

The U.K.’s Honeyblood is on their way to the U.S. after announcing their new album, In Plain Sight. In celebration of the release, Honeyblood has announced a Los Angeles performance on April 23 at The Echo! Honeyblood’s latest singles “Glimmer” and “The Third Degree” present an ambitious and seasoned writer with front-woman Stina Tweeddale. In […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
Donna Missal
Donna Missal Empowers and Inspires with incredible performance at El Rey

Donna Missal‘s prom-themed “This Year” tour held its second to last night at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles this past Friday. The crowd was an enthusiastic smattering of hip high schoolers and retired Death Cab fans seeking a modern muse. Opening up for Donna Missal at the El Rey was Samia. She is […]

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Sandra Burciaga Olinger |
CHAI band
CHAI charms The Echo Los Angeles with their unique Japanese Punk

My story with CHAI started a couple of weeks ago at SXSW. In 2015, SXSW was a trampoline for CHAI in the United States, and from then, they have toured around the country. I was aware they were coming to Los Angeles and it was a nice surprise to stumble upon the Volcom Garden show […]

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FarahSosa |
The Songery
Hot Artist Alert: Avant-garde and genre-hopping, The Songery is a breath of fresh air for singer/songwriters

Crafting the kind of swift, uplifting pop that seeks to “peel back the mask that humanity can so easily wear,” The Songery—a.k.a. singer/songwriter Alexandria Leon—boasts an avant-garde touch to her music. Her latest single “The Dark” is a budding, melodically enthused anthem to new beginnings—of which Leon herself appears to be on the cusp of. […]

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Steven Ward |
Naomi Wild
Hot Artist Alert: Naomi Wild and her new single “Run That” is the midnight stereo-burner for any late-night drive

Naomi Wild, best known for writing and singing for Odesza on the song “Higher Ground,” has begun to take her first steps as her own artist with her new single “Run That.” An electronic beat-masher filled with Wild’s simmering vocal work—engulfed as it is in a blaring of distant horns and feral percussion. Unafraid to […]

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Steven Ward |
object as subject
Feminist Punks OBJECT AS SUBJECT To Perform at Repro Rights Benefit RADICAL ACTS at Zebulon

The last we heard from OBJECT AS SUBJECT, they had just released their very first single. “Weaponry” was a bombastic introduction to the project led by Paris Hurley, which led to the release of a full-length album, PERMISSION, just a few months later. This feminist collective will be performing at RADICAL ACTS: A Party for […]

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Zoe Elaine |
egg drop soup
Premiere: Feminist Fatales Egg Drop Soup Share Video for New Mix of “PMS”

In 1993, Damon Albarn painted a portrait of the United States’ damaged relationship with fame through “Miss America,” off Blur’s second album. Though they were known as an uptempo Britpop band, this track is discordant and slow—and begs to be sneered at. “I don’t mind,” Albarn drones in the chorus, “I love only you.” A […]

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