Monster Rally: Mystery Cove

November 30, 2016 0

They say summer is the reason for the season when it comes to new music, but I’d like to argue that fall is where it’s at because we are still swimming in new releases from [MORE…]

Bond St. District: A Church on Vulcan

November 18, 2016 0

About two summers ago local Baltimore hip hop giant DDM ran into producer Paul Hutson and formed Bond St. District. A few short months later and they dropped their debut EP, Everybody’s So Sleepy. With [MORE…]

Countless Thousands: You’re Goddamn Right

November 17, 2016 0

When your Kickstarter campaign is 300% successful, you can’t deny how much your fans want your new music. That’s the exact boat LA’s own Countless Thousands were in when they raised more than enough to [MORE…]

Lolahiko: The Year We Died But Stayed Alive

November 16, 2016 0

It’s hard to meet people in LA. Funny, right? Because we’re overflowing with bodies, but again – it’s hard to find someone. Well, it’s hard to find someone you genuinely want to brave traffic for. [MORE…]

Niantic: Floating Islands

November 9, 2016 0

Next week Niantic will be premiering their new EP at a release show on November 12th at Arts District Co-Op in Downtown LA. It’s there fans will get to hear the new songs off Floating [MORE…]

Max Fite: Shake It On Down

October 26, 2016 0

Listening to music used to be a communal thing for me. It meant concerts and late nights in college. Now it’s more of a personal vacation away from the world on a weekly basis. With [MORE…]

Rod Melancon: LA 14

October 6, 2016 0

With a new album slated for next year, LA 14 is just a sample of what’s to come from Americana’s up and coming star Rod Melancon. Originally from the southern most parts of Louisiana, you can [MORE…]

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