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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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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 |
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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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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 |
Arlo Parks meditates on pain and its eventual passing in her newest single “Hurt”

Tapping into a stoic mantra, young artist Arlo Parks meditates on pain and its eventual passing in her newest single, “Hurt.” “Hurt” is about the sting of unpleasant experiences, but also about healing — exploring the notion that feeling pain in the first place means the bad experience has already happened, so eventually this too […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Deqn Sue shares lo-fi, crush-tailored jam “Creep”

Deqn Sue—the Alabama singer/songwriter and creator of embellished pop tracks like “Troll”—has shared a new song in the form of “Creep.” A lo-fi piece that trades the vibrant synth-bop of “Troll” for something a little more personal—if just as deliciously catchy. Entangling all the observant details she makes about her crush’s routines and mannerisms into […]

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Samia heralds her debut album “The Baby” with new single / video “Fit N Full”

Samia has finally heralded her debut album The Baby with her new music video for single “Fit N Full.” Directed by Martin MacPherson, the video follows the singer as she navigates the ever-thorny and oppressive notion of a person’s happiness being tied to their physical fitness. Amidst bright pop-hooks and shimmering guitars—along with the video’s […]

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H.E.R. Shares Powerful New Protest Song “I Can’t Breathe”

Bay Area native H.E.R. makes police brutality and systemic racism the subject of her powerfully moving new single, “I Can’t Breathe.” Debuted earlier this month on iHeartRadio’s Living Room Concert series, the song has been released with a music video online. With “I Can’t Breathe,” H.E.R. commands attention from across the nation, making sure we […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Death Valley Girls Pair Together Powerful Rock Anthems in New Vinyl Release

Through strange and turbulent times, musicians and artists often feel a pull to write new material that releases or captures the tone of present day issues. But, sometimes, an older tune still perfectly capture what’s in front of you and can give you clarity and insight. LA locals Death Valley Girls felt inspired by the […]

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Patricia Sanchez |