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Luna Li
Luna Li teases debut album and shares new single “Flowers (In Full Bloom)” (feat. Serena Isioma)

Teasing a hotly-anticipated debut album for release in 2022, multi-instrumentalist and producer Luna Li has shared new music in the form of “Flower (In Full Bloom)” featuring Serena Isioma. The new song departs from some of the more guitar-driven pop that Li had garnered excitement for with her jams EP last year, but in no […]

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Surfbort Drop Zany New Music Video for Single “FML” Featuring Fred Armisen

With a new album on the way and several live shows, Brooklyn based punk band Surfboat dropped a new music video for their visceral single “FML.” Featuring Fred Armisen, the video serves as a bright and zany contrast to the single’s apathetically morbid theme. “I believe in Surfboat. They are everything I want a band […]

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Death Valley Girls Drop Inspiring New Single “It’s All Really Kind of Amazing” Musing on the Beauty of Being Alive

Usually electrifying fans with intensity fueled rock anthems, Death Valley Girls strum a slightly less raw tone in their new single “It’s All Really Kind of Amazing.” The new single explores the interconnected nature of humans and reminds us that positivity is just a mindset away, and we really do have a lot to be […]

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Asiahn Releases Sultry New R&B Single “Fall Back”

R&B singer/songwriter Asiahn lays down the simple desires of her romantic endeavors with her sultry new single “Fall Back.” The new tune is a smooth and soulful confession for a no strings attached mindset as opposed to complicating the situation too early with a relationship. Acknowledging that her love interest wants to make things more […]

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Dolly Daggers
Dolly Dagger shares debut single/video for instantly classic grunge piece “Break and Bend”

L.A. indie-rocker (by way of Australia), Dolly Dagger has shared her debut single with the release of her odd-ball new video for “Break and Bend.” A proper grungy track that reverberates with Dolly Dagger and and Jesse McInturff’s singed guitars and power-punk rushes, the new song follows Dolly’s sluggish but hopeful movements through the malaise […]

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angelica garcia
Angélica Garcia Transforms Classic Ranchera Song Into An Electronic Oasis With New Single “Malagueña”

Musician Angélica Garcia has released a brand new single, “Malagueña” a multi-layered tune with a rush of cascading electronic sounds and vocal interludes that pour over each other and rumble out into the atmosphere. The new song is the first off of Garcia’s upcoming EP, titled Echo Eléctrico. Drawing from the music she heard playing […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
Lucy Dacus at Observatory OC by Steven Ward
Lucy Dacus brings her urgent anthems to the Observatory OC; Miya Folick floors the crowd with opening set

There is an urgency with which Lucy Dacus unwinds her poignant anthems that never fails to enrapture the crowds that find themselves the happy target of her beguiling lull. Whether hushed to silence by the woeful heartache that unfolds on “Christine,” or driven to shout-along to the Springsteen-esque rhapsody of “Hot & Heavy,” the crowd […]

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St. Panther
St. Panther shares the funkier side of life’s turbulence on new single / video “Problems”

Now making East L.A. her home, singer / songwriter St. Panther has shared a late-summer jammer with the release of “Problems,” one of the first singles since the release of her much loved These Days EP. Glowing piano tumbles give way to the snap-elastic-bounce of rubbery bass as Panther — in that ever-soothing, raspy croon […]

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Ambar Lucid Reveals More of Herself in ‘Mixto’ x Spotify Singles

Everyone is falling in line behind the passionate artistry of Ambar Lucid. With support from YouTube Music, television syncs, and the folks who sold out her forthcoming Troubadour show, her star is just beginning to shine at maximum lumens. The Mexican-Dominican musician released Get Lost in the Music EP earlier this year and, more recently, […]

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Suicide Records Pair L.A. Witch with The Coathangers for a Classic Punk Mash Up

As part of an ongoing 7” vinyl split series, Suicide Records dropped One Way or the High Way, a collaboration featuring Atlanta’s The Coathangers and Los Angeles’ very own, L.A. Witch. For their contributions, both bands cover classic punk rock songs from bands that hair from each’s respective coasts. For L.A. Witch, that means a rambunctious […]

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Patricia Sanchez |
MUNA
Muna share shimmering, first-gay-kiss anthem “Silk Chiffon” (feat. Phoebe Bridgers)

L.A. trio MUNA has taken the internet by storm with the release of their newest single/music video for “Silk Chiffon,” a shimmering, first-gay-kiss pop anthem that sees the band join forces with Phoebe Bridgers. Between swooning acoustic and gilded guitar riffs Katie Gavin lets loose her crystalline trill, singing about the kind of giddy and […]

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Bomba Estéreo’s New Album Deja Encapsulates A Need for Cultural and Earthly Connections

Four years since the release of their last album, Colombian duo Bomba Estéreo have dropped Deja, their sixth studio LP. The new album is an elemental, pulsating offering to the world, promoting connection, togetherness and a convergence between humans and nature. While Deja is a uniting album, it also calls out our recent disconnection to […]

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Adrekza
Andrekza pays homage to Afro-indigenous ancestors and hoists the flag of Latina empowerment on “Sangre Poderosa”

Andrekza has shared another single off her upcoming Cassette – Lado B EP with the release of “Sangre Poderosa,” a spastic mix of Afro-beats and Latin trap that sees the Venezuelan artist team up with Rubén Coello and Epikh Pro. Written as a rallying cry for Latina empowerment, Andrekza pays homage to her Afro-indigenous ancestors […]

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