Tag Archives: women who rock

Sha’Leah Nikol
Sha’Leah Nikole gives a rousing celebration of Black beauty in video for “Mahogany”

Sha’Leah Nikole has shared a lush devotional to Black identity with the release of her new music video “Mahogany.” The Los Angeles songwriter is no stranger to utilizing her poetic vision for the purpose of uplifting her community and her new video is a vibrant gushing of that adoration. As “Mahogany” sees Nikole swoon in […]

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Ill Peach
Hot Band Alert: ill Peach gush vibrant, disruptive pop

It’s high time Los Angeles grit-pop duo ill Peach was on your radar. Comprised of the talents of Jess Corazza and Pat Morrissey, the project came together after the two met in the aftermath of major moments for the two artists. For Corazza, they realized they wouldn’t be able to support herself as a cowgirl, […]

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Sasami Releases Intense New Industrial Dance Track “Say It”

Jumping into 2022 with no holds barred, Los Angeles based artist Sasami has dropped another new single off her upcoming album, Squeeze, due out February 25 via Domino. The new track, “Say It,” is a hypnotically intense industrial lament about feeling out of step and unable to communicate properly. With pungent sentiments of pain, anger, sensitivity, rage and […]

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night talks
Premiere: Night Talks face-off with alien stowaway on video for “On and On”

Night Talks have shared a new video for their single “On and On,” and once again the Los Angeles rock trio have outdone themselves. Sporting their ever-earnest blends of pummeling percussion and shimmering riffs, the song is another powerful entry in the band’s growing catalog. Led by the magnetizing and sonorous vocals of Soraya Sebghati […]

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Kat Leon
Kat Leon roars away on new single “Can’t Get Enough” featured in the After We Fell movie trailer

With the release of her new single “Can’t Get Enough” (produced by NOCTURN), Kat Leon‘s (Holy Wars, Pep Squad) endless expansion of herself as an artist and musician continues. The fiery new single pendulums between the Los Angeles artist’s strident cries and the song’s ecstatic drops, riding a fine line of ecstasy and pain that […]

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Eddy Lee Ryder
Beyond LA: Eddy Lee Ryder muses on frigid loneliness with rock ballad “Cold River”

Bound to the road, singer/songwriter Eddy Lee Ryder hitches her stunning soprano and ambitious rock epics to the odd souls she meets along the way. But her new single “Cold River” slightly inverts that approach, mirroring the chill of isolation that Ryder found herself observing on a walk along a frozen river in Upstate New […]

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Fana Hues
Pasadena singer/songwriter Fana Hues releases another heartwrenching ballad with “Breakfast”

Singer/songwriter Fana Hues has unveiled a new song with the release of “Breakfast,” a soaring new track that she debuted via a COLORS show on YouTube. On the touching ballad, Hues’ characteristically vibrant vocalizations take center stage against a backdrop of glowing guitar plucks and the snap of drums as she dwells on immense love […]

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Courtney Paige Nelson’s New Single “Self Medicate” Reveals the Raw Thoughts of a Socially Anxious Individual

LA-based musician Courtney Paige Nelson drops her new single “Self Medicate,” an honest confessional from the heart of an introvert. With a bubbly, atmospheric synth pop sound and classic pop vocals, Nelson draws from the anxiety and pressure felt during social situations to create a song brimming with beautiful juxtaposition. It’s a song that deals […]

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Wallice at the Moroccan Lounge by Steven Ward
Wallice dazzles Moroccan Lounge with her coming-of-age indie-pop at first headlining show

It was a night of sparkled belts, bedazzled cowboy hats, and unabashed coming-of-age anthems for Wallice’s first headlining gig of her career as a musician at the Moroccan Lounge on Tuesday night. And with the way the 22-year-old singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist dazzled the crowd with her eviscerating indie-pop ditties about growing-up a Gen Z kid, […]

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Mandala at the Mint
Mandala Make Their LA Debut at The Mint with New Music Along the Way

Dropping in on the city of angels, Mandala, a 4-piece rock band originally from Connecticut, rocked a packed show Nov. 18 at the mint, their debut show in L.A. after permanently relocating to the city just a few months ago. With another show planned this month and new music along the way, Mandala are hitting […]

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The Linda Lindas Drop Biting New Single “Nino” All About Band Mate’s Feisty Cat

Taking inspiration from a four-legged friend, L.A. based band The Linda Lindas have dropped a new single, “Nino,” a guitar laced tune about a feisty cat owned by band mate Bela (guitar and vocals). Simple, yet raw and rebel rousing, “Nino” pairs sparse and straightforward lyrics with heavy punk instrumentals. The fast paced single isn’t […]

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Eva Gardner
Eva Gardner returns with glimmering anthem “London Nights” and the promise of new EP “Darkmatter”

Los Angeles-born musician Eva Gardner has announced plans for the release of her second solo EP Darkmatter with the release of its first single “London Nights.” Fueled by Gardner’s glimmering vocals and its transfixing anthemic melody, the new single captures the artist’s eclectic musical background. Between shimmering synths and the low grumble of earnest guitars, […]

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Saweetie at Head in the Clouds by Steven Ward
Saweetie unleashes sharp-as-diamonds bars on new single “Icy Chain” and is nominated for two Grammy® Awards

Saweetie is back with the bass thumping “Icy Chain,” another sharp-as-diamonds hit from the rap-glam icon. Armed with her unstoppable flow and brutalizing beats, the new track is filled with hallmarks of the rapper’s innate bravado. To top it all off with a full blown icy season, the rising rap star was just earned two Grammy® […]

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