With a sound straddling between hazy pop, sun-kissed rock and a dash of psychedelic soul, Los Angeles-based band Valley Queen have released their new EP entitled ‘Destroyer’. Led by the classic vocals of Natalie Carol, the six-song record is a lush touching of a distinct style of rock and roll with sensibilities of acts The Eagles. ‘Destroyer’ instantly evokes imagery of long drives through the vibrant California desert. Out now, you can stream the EP below.
K.Flay brings more fire with her latest single ‘High Enough’. The song is the follow-up to her previous tune ‘Black Wave’. ‘High Enough’ finds the L.A.-based artist finds alternate ways of staying lifted without constant bombarding of drugs whilst soaring over a gritty alternative/post-punk platform. The track is taken from her forthcoming album ‘Every Where Is Some Where’, out April 7th via Night Street/Interscope.
Los Angeles band Bleached get extra weird in their latest video ‘Can You Deal?’. Seemingly interrupting what looks to be a news station with the reporter a half man/half creature-like being, the black and white visuals have a 90s appeal to it. ‘Can You Deal?’ is directed by Ryan Baxley. The song is the title track of the new Bleached EP, which is currently out now. Check it out. Read more […]
From the early days of coming under the tutelage of techno pioneer Kevin Saunderson to releasing a body of music that spans over two decades, Detroit native Marc Kinchen aka MK has grown to become one of the major superstar producers in electronica. His remix CV is so deep that you would quite the number of pages to list them all. This includes reworks for The B-52s, Masters At Work, Céline Dion, Sam Smith, Lana Del Rey and the list continues. Refusing to slow down, MK’s remix of Rihanna’s Read more […]
New Zealand singer Madeline North better known as So Below has been one of the artist that we have kept close watch on over the past year. Sharing tracks like ‘Sleep’ and ‘Luna’, North now unveils for video for her latest single ‘Hard’. Directed by Susie Francis, the dark-themed video features So Below trekking through the natural habitat at night with only glimpses of light hitting the singer, creating an air of mystery. Have a look at the video below. Read more […]
L.A. Witch have been carving out a name in the Los Angeles music scene for quite a number of years now. Self releasing songs like ‘Your Ways’ and ‘Kill My Baby Tonight’, the trio have now signed to Suicide Squeeze Records and are set to drop their debut album later in the year. One song that will be featured on L.A Witch’s upcoming LP is the track ‘Brian’. Originally released in 2016 on 7″ via Greenway Records, the tune has been re-recorded and updated with the production still boasting hazy Read more […]
L.A.-based garage rocker Hanni El Khatib has announced the details of his forthcoming album ‘Savage Times’ out February 17th on Innovative Leisure. The new work features the full collection of his Savage Times EPs released in 2016, along with a batch of new tracks. There will also be limited edition 10″ vinyl books available for purchase. To coincide with the news, Hanni El Khatib has also shared his latest track titled ‘This I Know’. A raw soul meets rock concoction, the track will also be featured on the upcoming LP. Have a listen below.
Having formed this year, Arizona/Los Angeles band The Darts have signed with London imprint Dirty Waters Records. Set to release their self-titled debut album on the 13th of January, the LP blends raw garage rock with classic punk, fierce and energetic. The forthcoming album will also be followed by a tour in the US before trekking over to Europe in May 2017. Read more […]
Los Angeles band Golden Coast have released their self-titled debut EP. One of the songs taken from the new record is the upbeat tune appropriately titled ‘Make Ya Move’. What can be taken literal, the sunny, indie pop song is a spirited and rejuvenating track that will surely make you want to move your body. Peppered with vibrant splashes of funk and electronica, this addicting tune will warm you up throughout the winter. Read more […]
Los Angeles-based artist Lola Blanc has an interesting background. For one, she used to be a child ventriloquist with a roller coaster of a life. Two, she has written for the likes of Brittney Spears and acted on television shoes such as ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’. Factor this into her music career and what you get are cinematic records that teeter between Broadway classic and modern, grandeur pop.