Love Oakland: A Benefit for Those Affected by the Ghost Ship Fire, the latest compilation from Loose Grip Records, will be available as a vinyl/digital release on July 28.
LA punks release promo video teasing two new songs off upcoming album out March 17 via Hard Feelings Records.
Meg Remy is the one badass woman behind experimental noise project U.S. Girls. After releasing her newest album Half Free (4AD) on Sept. 25, U.S. Girls went full freedom at a live show at The Smell on Sept. 30.
Emily Gold‘s new LP Recluse finds its shimmery, shoegaze overtones amidst the pits of heartbreak, the heaviness of becoming a recluse in a new place, and in her own words, “the subtleties of human interaction.”
New York City-based pop rockers Public Access T.V. may have drawn early comparisons to The Strokes, but their new Public Access EP finds the band venturing out of the garage into funkier landscapes.
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).
Originally released in 2010, Dead Ghosts‘ long out-of-print self-titled debut is getting a much deserved reissue via Burger Records. Finding inspiration in the American garage rock revival from a decade ago, these fuzzy garage rockers nail that Southern sound
Soko just released a new album My Dreams Dictate My Reality off her label Babycat Records that’s heavily channeling the 80s-goth production styles of The Cure and Siouxsie Sioux and The Banshees.