Merival: Lovers

January 19, 2016 0

From New York with Porches last week to Canada this time around with Merival. She’s a singer-songwriter from up north who is about to drop her EP, Lovers. It’s a handful of songs that take [MORE…]

Sofia Wolfson: Hunker Down

January 14, 2016 0

Hitting “Like” on someone’s Facebook takes some sort of dedication. At least that’s how we’re conditioned to feel in today’s world. With that, I put on Sofia Wolfson’s Hunker Down, and while it wasn’t an [MORE…]

Bad Reed: Bad Reed

January 5, 2016 0

Coming Up loves the locals, we’re all about shedding some light on all Southern California has to offer in their music department, but we also realize that we can’t ignore the talent coming our way [MORE…]

Captiva: Captiva

December 22, 2015 0

Even though they call Kansas City, MO home, I want to extend my hand to welcome Captiva to the Southern California family all due to their self-titled debut. With a laid back rock feel that [MORE…]

Armors: Collisions

December 18, 2015 0

Orange County is home to an array of notable acts that span from the mainstream ska sounds of No Doubt to the rock of Young the Giant. It’s clear that there is either something in [MORE…]

Deep Sea Diver: It’s Christmas Time

December 11, 2015 0

Seattle’s Deep Sea Diver just couldn’t wait to share new music with their fans that they decided to drop a record just in the spirit of the holidays. Their indie pop take on these classics [MORE…]

Molly Moore: Shadow Of The Sun

December 9, 2015 0

Not too long ago we got familiar with Molly Moore, a New Yorker who made way to LA, when “Peace Of My Heart” entered our realm. It was pop with a big dose of soul [MORE…]

Cat Daiquiri: Cat Daiquiri

December 4, 2015 0

Today we’re shouting out the Windy City with a review of their own Cat Daiquiri. A trio that came together just shy of two years ago. After a visit to a tiki bar, these three [MORE…]

Wild Love: Wild Love

December 2, 2015 0

Are you a fan of rock that came out in the later half of the ‘90s that was made by the likes of Bush and Nine Inch Nails? The kind of music KROQ still plays [MORE…]

Dignitary: The Tautology

November 24, 2015 0

The ‘80s had a lot of things, one of them being the rise in goth in the mainstream. Bands like The Cure and Depeche Mode made black clothing a mainstay and spoke to those who [MORE…]

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