Embodying tropical rhythms and a carefree attitude, Inland Empire’s “Afro-Latin” ensemble QUITAPENAS, embrace more than the melodies that trace the curves of a body they’re moving, but of a simple mantra – be yourself. With their first weekend of Coachella under their belt, Quitapenas— Daniel Gomez, Mark Villela, […]
L.A. based artists jackbenny blend indie pop with traditional Broadway musical-style to create something fresh and exciting.
On a quintessential sunny LA day I had the opportunity to catch up with Sydney based duo Cosmo’s Midnight. From hearing the opening chords of their newest single, “History” you are immediately struck by an effortless and sweet dance track that engages all the right qualities of pop […]
Recently, Girl Underground Music had the chance to sit down with Portland-based singer Reva Devito before her show in LA last Friday. With her distinctly sultry voice and facility for making melodious soul tracks, we chatted with Reva about her inspirations, songwriting process, and what music means to […]
Ramonda Hammer is more than heartfelt angst and a playful demeanor. Read the interview with front-woman Devin Davis.
Born in Guam, raised in St. Louis, Missouri, and currently based in Los Angeles, Micah Manaitai is a 21 year old multi-instrumentalist and producer. Manaitai’s recent release Modern Sounds in Island and Popular Music also known as MSIPM is reminiscent of island vibes blending indie rock and traditional music from […]
Art Zavala Jr, Dominic Reyes, and Anthony Reyes, hail as the collective behind The Up&Up, and ultimately some of the pioneers aiding the building of a bridge into a stronger era of artists working together. Constantly working, from day-jobs to editing at the studio, the self-funded project strains not for recognition, and stays true to the relentless adage; actions speak louder than words.
Los Angeles locals Mind Monogram discuss their new album, playing ‘catch-up,’ and being themselves. The interview features a recent live session from The Up&Up Studios, as well as photography and design from Folk Grp.
Written by: Julia Wilk If you’ve ever seen Portland’s Johanna Warren live, you have witnessed her uncanny ability to captivate an audience. When lyrics begin to pour from her mouth, joining the aching torrent of chords fed by her effortless finger-picking, a hush tends to fall over the room. […]
We’ve seen Kent native, Will Joseph Cook, grow rapidly this year, holding two successful EP’s under his belt and the #2 spot on Spotify’s Global Viral Chart. As Cook’s sound emerges alongside his own personal strides, one thing remains certain in his music- the young Kentman never loses […]