Late Night Alumni have shared their new EP ‘Startled Heart’. Following their massive cut ‘Love Song’, the three track record is packed with deep, steamy house grooves interlaced with pop tones and slight indie sprinkles. With the floating voals of provided by Becky Jean Williams, this is a soundtrack to hedi nights that you wish would never end. ‘Startled Heart’ is out via Arkade. Have a listen.
L.A. band Sextile have been one that we have kept close watch out, having shared a number of stellar post-punk recordings. With their new album ‘Albeit Living’ landing July 14, the group have now shared their latest single ‘Situations’. Dark with a twist a new wave, the balance between sparse and riotous flows throughout, as a nod to the early 80s underground post-punk scene is ripe.
Art Feynman continues his magical collage of worldy sounds with his new single ‘Can’t Stand It’. A percussive rumbling and lo-fi mixture of Highlife, funk and offbeat jazz, the tune is a cultural carnival on influences finely crafted into one brilliant package. The song is taken from Feynman’s forthcoming album ‘Blast Off Through The Wicker’, out July 14 via Western Vinyl. Check it out.
After sharing their track ‘Untitled’ last month, garage rockers L.A. Witch have unveiled another song taken from their forthcoming, self-titled debut LP, out September 8th on Suicide Squeeze Records. Their latest cut ‘Kill My Baby Tonight’, is a steamy blend of 60s rock with punk trimmings, blissfully sinister yet seductive vocals. Judging by the title you can guess the what the content is about. All we know is that we can hardly wait for the arrival of L.A. Witches album. Listen to ‘Kill My Read more […]
L.A. band Sextile have delivered the second track taken from their forthcoming album ‘Albeit Living’, out July 14th on the felte imprint. The track titled ‘Who Killed Six’, is a raging punk meets surf rock hybrid pumped by winding guitar licks and hard hitting drums, all fronted by the in-your-face vocal style of Brady Keehn. Wrapped in political undertones, this is raw punk at it’s finest.
L.A. producer TOKiMONSTA joins forces with Malaysia’s Yuna for their collaborative track ‘Don’t Call Me’. The single is taken from TOKiMONSTA’s forthcoming LP ‘Lune Rouge’, slated for release in September. The pair have also unveiled the official video for the track which features the intertwining of gorgeous black and white clips of Yuna performing the song and sleek traditional and graphic-fused landscape shots.
Elodie Tomlinson and Bryan Osuszek of the L.A.-based group Sibling dropped their impressive self-titled EP last year which exemplified the duo’s crafitness of making excellent electronic pop. Now making their return with their new track ‘Knights’, the pair have knocked out a silky and steamy pop bit that is gripping with well-polished production and sexy vocals, making it their best tune yet. Touching on the song, Elodie Tomlinson stated: “Sometimes people suck, things feel out of control Read more […]
Norway-raised, L.A.-based artist Majken definitely knows how to bring a ray of sunshine to any situation with her dreamy style of bursting pop. With her debut album ‘Dancing Mountains’ landing in August of this year, the stunning singer has shared the video for her track ‘Fainted Love’. Shot on Super 8 Film, Majken displays a high level of fun as she treks around the gorgeous California landscape. Eveything about the video and song feels completely perfect for the summer. Check it out.
Having spent the past few years blazing through the Los Angeles music scene and taking their garage/punk sound throughout the rest of the world, L.A. Witch will finally release their self-titled debut album September 8 on the Suicide Squeeze imprint. The trio have also shared a new song called ‘Untitled’. A glorious serving of raw garage rock equipped with spunky guitar riffs and swaying vocals dripping with reverb, L.A. Witch have us impatiently waiting for their upcoming record. Stream ‘Untitled’ Read more […]
Singer and musician Rodes Rollins is quickly becoming the it girl. Loved by some of the most influential publications around the world, she is being heralded as a modern day wordsmith whose natural talent for storytelling is at the forefront of her music. Sonically she weaves between hazy alternative and sun-drenched pop, all wrapped with a bluesy sway. Her vocals float with a seductive bliss. To a degree spellbinding, there is a distinct magic that emits from every stretch of her artistry, and she delivers it with sheer grace.