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Los Angeles Revolutionaries WASI Debut New Album and #LGBTQ ‘Love Is Gay’ Tour

Los Angeles revolutionaries WASI usher in a new movement of empowerment, inclusion, and self-love with their debut album Riot Pop out everywhere today. Pushing for change and acceptance, this record comes right in time to celebrate Pride Month. In addition... Continue Reading →

Los Angeles Genre Defying Rockers ‘Girl Friday’ Release New Single ‘Decoration/Currency’

L.A. punks Girl Friday have released their genre-defying new single entitled Decoration / Currency which you can stream now via Bandcamp. Girl Friday is a self-described "genre-confused rock band" made up of Vera Ellen, Libby Hsieh, Sierra Scott, and Virginia... Continue Reading →

Stars At Night: L.A. Latina Girl-Rock Arrives In San Francisco

The East Los Angeles female quartet Stars At Night will be taking their dirty, energetic, punk-psychedlia rock to promote (in a commercial) the San Francisco Latino Film Festival @SFLatinFilm in September. These fierce Latin-Angelinas headed by lead singer and keyboardist Irene Quiles, drummer Joana Rubio, bass player... Continue Reading →

S T F U ‘What We Want’

Alternative electronic maverick producer Dean Garcia, the musical mastermind behind seminal alternative rock band Curve and electronic dream pop duo SPC ECO, has joined forces with Preston Maddox of post-punk noise-rock band Bloody Knives in a new project, called S... Continue Reading →

Penny for the Workhouse

Penny for the Workhouse are one of the most wholly committed to Folk n Roll UK bands with the eccentricity of Syd Barrett or early David Bowie combined with the olde worlde swagger of Victorian London... it's weird and wonderful... Continue Reading →

Raw Electro Psychedelia from “The Minerals”

Based in the South Wales Valleys, The Minerals, Colenso Jones and Jodie Gibson, merge elements of Country, Electro and Psychedelia - raw and atmospheric. Both musicians were involved in punk bands throughout their teens and early twenties and although their music... Continue Reading →

Music We Missed in 2014: Sweet Bump It

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‘Brown Eyes and Broken Hearts’: The New Southern Electrikk

Almost everybody has experienced the pain of a broken heart at some point in their lives, and it was a heartbreak that led Rikki Turner of The New Southern Electrikk to write the melody and lyrics for Brown Eyes fourteen... Continue Reading →

David in Valhalla: ‘An Eclipse of Ships’ at SXSW

David J, a British artist and something of a Renaissance man, makes his SXSW debut, premiering his upcoming 2014 album, An Eclipse of Ships. The album, An Eclipse of Ships is essentially a journal of the heart and a paeanto Woman as muse. This new... Continue Reading →

‘Dull Days’ with the Sleepy HaHas — Not Really!

In case you missed it elsewhere, here's a recap of garage rock four-piece Sleepy Hahas! Back in February the band released their new single Dull Days, the first off of their upcoming debut LP Dull Days, out May 12th. The track... Continue Reading →

Radio Raheem: ‘Calling The World’ – Station to Station!

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move They recently debuted their new video, Calling The World.  But just in case you didn't get to see it, Gia On The Move was asked to share it with you here. Rad and... Continue Reading →

London Punk!

Is it possible to describe what London punk is?  Fashion? Style? Music? Attitude?  Everybody has an opinion. Listen to Ken Downing, Fashion Director Neiman Marcus; Portia Freeman, model; John Robb, music journalist; Irina Lazareanu, model; Nikita Karizma, designer; and Vivienne... Continue Reading →

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