Initially starting as recordings in February of 2016, Art Zavala Jr. has kept his project Out of the Morning a secret for the most part, even with the members of the band. The Inland Empire artist, who also lends his time in engineering and throwing shows as part […]
Illsamar takes you on a ride through her mind with humble beginnings and a clean hip-hop core with her latest track “On My.”
Scuzz, attitude, and energy for days. Santa Barbara’s new single and video “Reptile Lover” is a necessary shot of pop/punk.
Led by the power house, silvery vocals of front woman Michelle Malley, Iress’s rebranding and directional shift from concentrated grunge to a self-described “doom gaze” branch the Los Angeles locals into a pool of hard hitting dreaminess. Last month we got a taste of “Crown of Losers” which […]
Making Movies captures an essence of strength with their new single “Brave Enough,” ft. Hurray for Riff Raff and Alaina Moore.
This song makes you feel all the past pain you experienced when you had your heart-broken into a million pieces. Driving around in the same city where you both used to live together. It’s raw, honest and beautifully tragic. Saying goodbye is so difficult but letting go of […]
Best of track submissions for the week! From indie to house, these are all worth checking out.
In anticipation for his debut Stones Throw Records release, Gabriel Garzón-Montano releases his sexy new single “Crawl,” and creates an equally alluring production to follow-up “Sour Mango.”
SAÍGO “The Other” – Didn’t think it was possible for SAÍGO to create anything as memorable, creative, and beautiful as his debut track “So Natural,” yet the Los Angeles producer-singer pushed the threshold yet again with his latest single “The Other.” Stemming from a bed of an electronic production, […]
Debuting an emotional yet polished indie-pop track, Culver uses the heartaches of love and decisions to fuel his track “Away.”