We caught up with Silver Lake indie-rockers Sympathetic Frequencies to talk about the progression of their sound, a new member, and what’s next for the band following a recent performance at The Troubadour.
LA-native and psych-folk dreamer Pearl Charles celebrated the release of her new self-titled EP (Burger Records) with a special intimate performance at Silver Lake’s Old Style Guitar Shop.
Making waves of late in Echo Park, grunge-punks Feels entranced us with their melodic punk jams-turned-pysch-freakouts when they played with glammed pysch-melters Meatbodies at The Echo.
Baltimore indie-pop outfit Lower Dens transfix us with an emotional, dreamy new video for “Sucker’s Shangri-La” that takes place in a Chinatown karaoke bar.
Acid-dripping neon twin palms set the stage for L.A. Witch‘s haunting lo-fi surf rock at the most recent Moon Block Party installment that included Cosmonauts, Morgan Delt, Dahga Bloom, and JJUUJJUU.
Dreamy “Astral Season” is the fuzzed-out first single off debut album Hover (out July 17 on Dine Alone Records) from California psych-rockers Fine Points.
In support of their new album Bleak, Echo Park shoegazers Froth headlined a night that saw opening acts by local dream-pop outfit Winter and Tel Aviv’s noisy Vaadat Charigim adding some super hazy jams.
LA natives Froth leave behind summery psych-pop tunes in favor of moodier shoegaze surf jams on new album Bleak, with a dual release out on Burger Records (LP/CD) and Lolipop Records (CASS).