The LA-based indie web music series, Dirty Laundry TV, is running out of the laundromat and into your stereo.
GØGGS—the new project by Chris Shaw, Ty Segall, and Charles Moothart—will play live for the first time at In The Red Records 25th Anniversary party in LA.
SadGirl recently celebrated the 7″ vinyl release of their new single “Someone Else’s Skin,” along with their take on early Elvis single “Love Me,” via Hard Feelings Records.
Sister Crowley debuts the first single “Black River” off a forthcoming release, and talks to us about their origins and why they take pride in being from Long Beach.
Check out our June Picks for a quick offering of what’s on our radar: Shannon and The Clams’ SLEEPTALK, SadGirl’s 7″ release party, Astro Lizard presents Meatbodies, The Shivas, Top Acid’s East End Block Party, Wax Idols Levitate Tour, SadGirl in SF, and Burger Boogaloo!
El Monte’s The Red Pears talk to us about growing up together and why on any given weekend, they’re able to play everywhere from a backyard gig in the Inland Empire to a sold-out show at The Smell.
ICYMI—Last week, Ty Segall and his wild band of Muggers played a surprise, last-minute set at The Griffin in Los Angeles.
Seemingly out of nowhere, LA’s The Paranoyds dropped ‘After You’ today, their debut EP on Hard Feelings Records.