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Taleen Kali Prepares For Explosive New Album and Live Shows With Single “Tomorrow Girl”

LA singer-songwriter Taleen Kali’s latest single, “Tomorrow Girl,” arrives as the newest teaser before their newest album Flower of Life arrives in March. Coming as the fourth single, “Tomorrow Girl” is a brush of romanticism and cautious uncertainty swirled in a shoegaze fuzz of color. After a long series of releases, Kali seems to be […]

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Lambrini Girls
Bands You Should Know: Brighton Rockers Lambrini Girls Come Out Swinging on New Single “Help Me I’m Gay!”

Brighton-based Lambrini Girls have shared a new track “Help Me I’m Gay,” a frantic and raging new anthem from a band that you’ll no doubt be hearing about everywhere real soon. And while the fiery trio might take inspiration from explosive bands like Bikini Kill, they are far from a rehash from the riot grrrl-era. […]

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Bratty Teams Up with Hinds on “¿Y Cómo?” Ahead of New EP Out Jan. 5

Mexican bedroom-pop project BRATTY continues to experiment with a little help from Spain’s all-female rockers Hinds on “¿Y Cómo?” The single comes after Culiacán, Sinaloa native Jenny Juárez, the mind behind BRATTY, collaborated with Madrid duo Yawners ahead of her next release Es Mi Fiesta Y Si Quiero Hago Un, due January 5 of next […]

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Jordana Reflects Back to Herself After a Long 2022 on New EP “I’m Doing Well, Thanks For Asking”

Jordana tail ends the year with her newest release I’m Doing Well, Thanks For Asking, a compact six-track EP great for the outdoors. After an already busy 2022 with the release of her latest album, Face The Wall, back in May, this newest EP incorporates the synth-pop bright spots with singer-songwriter Jordana Nye’s bedroom-pop and […]

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Lauren Ruth Ward
Stream Lauren Ruth Ward’s New Single “Mindseye,” the Title Track Off Her Latest EP

Lauren Ruth Ward has shared the final single from her new EP with the release of its title track and piercing rock anthem “Mindseye.” It’s been two years since she released her third album Vol. II but the Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter has been anything but stagnant, releasing a cover of Elliott Smith’s “Twilight,” as well […]

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Artists You Should Know: Solis Fuses Soul and Sorrow in remix of “Abeg” Featuring Karun and Amindi

Joined by musicians Karun and Amindi in a remix of album standout “Abeg,” Nigerian singer-songwriter Solis leads the charge through an indie-pop daze. Alongside some minor but significant tweaks in the production, the newest reimagining is much more reverberating than its predecessor without completely changing the pre-established formula. Instead, it expands in sound and scope […]

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Bands You Should Know: Irish Punk Rockers M(h)aol Rage Against Rape Culture On Single/Video “Asking For It”

Irish punk rockers M(h)aol have shared a new song and music video with the release of “Asking For It,” as well as announcing their impending debut album Attachment Styles. Unabashedly articulate in their ability to channel both their frustrated rage and capacity for healing, the new track follows the release of previous singles “Bored of […]

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Gal Musette Wanders Through a Daydream Malaise in New Video for “Je vois le ciel”

Singer-songwriter Gal Musette’s newest single and music video, “Je vois le ciel,” marks the LA-based musician’s return with an embrace of French lyrics and avant-garde instrumentation. Translated to “I see the sky” in English, the song is a significant shift in musicality without sacrificing what Gal has already established. Musette’s allusions to bal-musette, the musical […]

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Yuna Backs Latest Album with New Music Video for “Can’t Get Over You”

Singer Yuna rounds off a busy 2022 build-up, culminating with the release of her latest album, Y5, with a music video for “Can’t Get Over You.” Based in Kuala Lumpur and Los Angeles, Y5 comes ten years after her folk-inspired debut album, which feels like a far cry to her most recent work despite still […]

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Hot Artist Alert: Anna Margo Showcases Piano Talent in Newest Heart-Wrencher “Know You”

LA-based Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Anna Margo expands her musical horizons on her new single “Know You,” an emotionally distant piano ballad that’s as intimate as it is vulnerable. Written and produced by Margo, the song calls back to her musical upbringing comprised of time spent playing and listening to classical musicians such as Bach, Chopin, […]

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Ambar Lucid Draws From Multiple Genres in New Double Single “444” and “Ms. Moon”

Ambar Lucid concludes an eventful 2022, marked by her first headlining tour, with a double single “444” and “Ms. Moon.” Ahead of her 2023 album Estrella, the newest pair of songs see her moving in and out of genres without seeming as though they’re a compromise in sound. Instead, Ambar stays true to a unique […]

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Stella Rose
Stream Fiery New Single/Video for Stella Rose’s “Muddled Man”

New York City artist Stella Rose has unveiled her debut single with the release of “Muddled Man,” a frenetic rock track that serves as her fiery introduction. Backed by her band the Dead Language, she’s been stirring up quite the tumult throughout her home state. And of course, she’s a piece of rock royalty given […]

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Stream Death Valley Girls’ New Single/Video for “What Are The Odds,” New Album “Islands In The Sky” Out Feb. 24

Los Angeles otherworldly rockers Death Valley Girls have heralded their return with a new single and music video for “What Are The Odds,” while also announcing their fourth LP Islands In The Sky which will arrive on Feb. 24, 2023. The new album serves as their follow-up to Under The Spell Of Joy which arrived […]

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Sunny War
Sunny War Signs To New West Records, Unleashes “No Reason” As First Single Off Forthcoming Album ‘Anarchist Gospel’

Ahead of her next album Anarchist Gospel, due February next year, Nashville singer-songwriter Sunny War has released the first single and video, “No Reason.” True to her established folk-punk style, the song moves seamlessly through multiple genres as Sunny croons about moving past previous setbacks and conflicting sides of a being. Staying true to the […]

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Mariah the Scientist releases new video for “Bout Mine” ahead of tour stop at Long Beach Arena on Dec. 15

Atlanta singer/songwriter Mariah the Scientist backs up her newly released single “Bout Mine” with visuals that encapsulate the frustrated infatuation in the song’s lyrics. Produced by WondaGurl, the wavy trap-soul single fits appropriately with Mariah’s brand of contemporary R&B trademarked by a melodramatic video. Perhaps most memorable, however, is Mariah’s continued aptitude for vulnerable lyrics […]

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Tenci’s Sophomore Release “A Swollen River, A Well Overflowing” Heals Through Introspection Ahead of 2023 California Dates

Chicago folk band Tenci’s newest album, A Swollen River, A Well Overflowing, longs for the past while simultaneously moving passed memories with mature mitigation. Initially beginning as a “bedroom-folk project” of singer-songwriter Jess Shoman in late 2018, she soon expanded the project into a full-fledged band reaching far outside the confines of their home city. […]

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Amber Ryann
Stream Amber Ryann’s Debut Album “Even When It Falls Apart”

On her bombastic debut album Even When It Falls Apart, Los Angeles multi-hyphenate Amber Ryann shares a rapturous glimpse into her hurricane of a musical mind. Over the course of ten caps-locked tracks — clocking in at an all too short half-hour of her most potent confessional anthems — she offers a frantic self-portrait of […]

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Steady Holiday
Steady Holiday Shares Gloaming Ballad “Can’t Find A Way” Off Upcoming Album “Newfound Oxygen,” See Her at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater on Nov. 12

Steady Holiday has shared a new song and music video for “Can’t Find A Way,” the lead single from her upcoming fourth album Newfound Oxygen. You also have a chance to see her at the Bob Baker Marionette Theater on Saturday, Nov. 12 in support of Field Trips For LA Youth. As the project of […]

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Elke surprises with eclectic new sounds on EP “My ‘Human Experience'”

After opening up the first show for Jaws of Love’s residency at the Silverlake Lounge, avant-pop project Elke follows up last year’s No Pain For Us Here with a new EP, My “Human Experience.” As the brainchild of Nashville singer-songwriter Kayla Graninger, the EP arrives alongside a new music video for panic-stricken punk rock opener […]

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A Night of Jangly Guitars and Rip-Roaring Wonder with Alvvays at The Glass House

There were million-and-one places to find catharsis at indie-rock five-piece Alvvays‘ rip-roaring set at The Glass House in Pomona on Friday night. There was the spiraling lyricism of lead singer Molly Rankin (patron saint of the yearning antisocialite) — delivered via her dulcet, acrobatic croons — conjuring up fables of romantic melancholy and existential strife. […]

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