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Sinéad Harnett
Hot Artist Alert: Sinéad Harnett makes LA debut at The Echoplex

Sultry and smooth, London’s Sinéad Harnett is making her way to Los Angeles with a headline show date at The Echoplex on Monday, October 30th. For lovers of all that silky smooth r&B, Harnett’s upcoming performance at The Echoplex is a show you will not want to miss. This budding vocalist is on the rise, […]

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nite jewel
Win Tickets to Nite Jewel at Teragram Ballroom

Nite Jewel has a local Los Angeles date scheduled for August 12 at then Teragram Ballroom in Downtown LA. The headline date is part of Nite Jewel’s extensive run of tour dates with Geneva Jacuzzi and Harriet Brown. Wanna go to the show? Enter Grimy Goods’ giveaway below or purchase your tickets here! Nite Jewel has been […]

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LA-based Nordic songstress Majken premieres new video for “Here and Now” off her upcoming debut album

Unfolding like a soothing fever dream, LA-based artist Majken’s self-directed video for her new song “Here And Now” is a deeply mesmerizing saunter through her overexposed indie-pop sound. Filtered with that 70’s home video feel, the film sees the singer/songwriter and director dancing and flashing sultry looks at the camera surrounded by orange tinted greenery while […]

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Kelela offers-up first single “LMK” from her debut album Take Me Apart

Tackling heteronormative notions on femininity head-on in her new single “LMK,” alt-R&B virtuoso Kelela imbues a restless sensuality into the first taste of her debut album Take Me Apart. An anthem of empowerment that uses the singer’s love of immersively voluptuous and dance-floor ready beats as her kinetic momentum, Kelela strips the track down to the barest […]

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Io Echo let their haunting neon haze fester in video for new song “Harm”

Relishing in existential discomfort Io Echo has returned with a video for their new song “Harm,” layering their volatile rock progressions with images of unnerving precision. At its core a collaboration between Ioanna Gika and Leopold Ross, Io Echo finds itself on a hypnotic, self-eviscerating nose dive towards emotional clarity on the new track–taking their […]

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Shannon Lay’s new LP Living Water to be first release on Mare Records, listen to new single “The Moons Detriment”

Shannon Lay has been making rounds around LA for the past two years, playing to sparsely crowded bars the cathartic songs from her debut album All This Life Goes Down, stopping hearts with her crystal clear vocals and soul-tugging strums. Incidentally, it was a similar experience that Kevin Morby had when he first saw Lay live […]

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Chelsea Wolfe mingles beauty and brutality on new track “Vex”

LA’s doom-drenched rock songstress Chelsea Wolfe’s newest album Hiss Spun is out in a month and in its anticipation, she’s shared new song “Vex,” featuring Aaron Turner (SUMAC, Old Man Gloom) on vocals and Troy Van Leeuwen (Queens of the Stone Age) on guitar. Taking her already boomingly bleak sonics on a rollicking run through of black […]

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Femme-alien rock gods Deap Valley get a little wild in new video for “Julian”

LA-born heavy indie-rockers and femme-alien rock gods Deap Vally have dropped a new music video for their song, “Julian,” off their 2016 sophomore record Femejism. The video, which sees Lindsey Troy and Julie Edwards kidnapping their porn-stache flaunting manager/chauvinist pursuer and inducting them into their glitter-bomb of a wacky extravaganza. The wild, head-banging duo and their […]

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nite jewel
Nite Jewel shares collection of B-Sides and self-directed new video 

Nite Jewel Announces LA Date at Teragram Ballroom Nite Jewel has been bumping up the Los Angeles heat with new music and new tour dates of the late. The Los Angeles-based artist formally known as Ramona Gonzalez just released Real Low — a sensual collection of B-sides off new album Real High which was released […]

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Livia Slingerland
Song Premiere: Liv Slingerland shares anthemic new single “Hold On To”

Los Angeles alt-rocker, Liv Slingerland has premiered her anthemic new single “Hold On To.” Self-described as “energetic, angsty, yet optimistic” — the new song has a catchy hook and sound reminiscent of the 90s. While the vibrant number begs for you to sing-along to its buoyant melodies, the lyrics “tell a story about searching for […]

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Girlpool at the Glass House by Steven Ward
Girlpool embrace folk-punk and add drums for Glass House performance

When duo Girlpool first emerged, one of the draws of their two-piece folk harmonies was the noticeable vacuum in their music that came with a lack of percussion accompaniment. Cleo Tucker and Harmony Tividad both had the chops, vocals, and songwriting, but the solitude with which their voices mingle with their strumming is what makes their […]

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Erin McCarley
Single Premiere: Erin McCarley drops riveting single “Die Die Die” (with stunning artwork to match)

Nashville’s Erin McCarley has dropped a fierce new single titled “Die Die Die,” and it’s quite the scrumptious banger. With summer officially here, this is the kind of soulful alt-pop you want blasting at that hotel pool party or summer BBQ. “Die Die Die” is McCarley’s fourth single. The song’s beats are fresh and will […]

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