Archive for Tag: Los Angeles

machineheart Knows A Cruel World

machineheart Knows A Cruel World

June 12, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Los Angeles-based alt-pop band machineheart is on the verge of polluting the airwaves with their upcoming EP, Cruel World. The 4-song EP is dark and brooding that is layered with down tempo, heavy bass lines, heartfelt and poetic lyrics and a […]

RadioBlack Debuts Self-Titled LP

RadioBlack Debuts Self-Titled LP

May 19, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Over the course of decades of music, there are times when listeners and music reviewers will go back to bands that impressed upon them growing up. Having grown up in the Seattle area, for me those bands included the Foo Fighters, NIRVANA […]

DOT Is Unfiltered On Retrofuture

DOT Is Unfiltered On Retrofuture

May 11, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

In an industry that is usually dominated by males, Kate Ellwanger, better known by her tag DOT, is everything the electronic music world needs. She is a producer, vocalist, composer and a founder of a female-centered record label, Unspeakable Records. At […]

BEL HAVEN Could Be Love

BEL HAVEN Could Be Love

April 11, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

If you were lucky enough to be able to catch the show for BEL HAVEN at Hotel Café, one of the premiere music venues in Los Angeles, last week, then you already know about the new single, “Could Be Love”. […]

Rudie Edwards: Big Hair & Soul Train

Rudie Edwards: Big Hair & Soul Train

April 11, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

What we know about pop singer Rudie Edwards and her future is limited, but her debut single, “Lover Like You”, is a catchy throwback disco-esque track and is totally outrageous. So we wanted to know more! Well, we had the […]

Aaron Rickel Is Blood & Bone

Aaron Rickel Is Blood & Bone

March 24, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Last month, we had the privilege of reviewing Aaron Rickel‘s debut single, “Fading Summer” (check it out: HERE). Well, the Los Angeles songwriter is back with his debut EP, Blood & Bone and the title is fitting. The EP is down […]

Senator: Tiny Monsters & Dark Places

Senator: Tiny Monsters & Dark Places

March 21, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

In the middle of January, an email came across my desk with a single called, “Breathless”. The song written and performed by Howard Baker, better known by the moniker Senator, piqued my interested. The song had an interesting story behind its inspection. […]

1 AMVRKA: Defying The Genre Game

1 AMVRKA: Defying The Genre Game

March 17, 2017 - (0) comments - Interviews

Making music in 2017 is much different than it was back when. The “indie” movement has not only allowed artists from around the world to release their music through various mediums, it has also forced record labels to back off […]

Senator Impresses With Tiny Monsters

Senator Impresses With Tiny Monsters

February 21, 2017 - (0) comments - Reviews

Lancaster, Pennsylvania-native Howard Baker, better known by the moniker Senator, has stepped out of the shadows with a stunning debut EP, Tiny Monsters. The singer-songwriter put together hard-hitting socially aware EP that is highlighted by “Breathless”. The track, like the […]

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