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Zambri Debut Album Out April 10th On Kanine Records

Zambri will be performing this Friday night at Cameo Gallery alongside Rewards (DJ set), Sunglasses + Bonnie Bermuda. Biography Zambri is the ethereal duo of Cristi Jo and Jessica, sisters whom have been making music together since they shared a bedroom as kids. Spending endless hours creating stories and building universes with their voices and […]

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SAINT MOTEL UNVEIL Video and Kickoff Tour Feb 8

Los Angeles-based indie pop quartet Saint Motel are pleased to unveil the video for “At Least I Have Nothing” – the powerful and anthemic single off their recently released first vinyl, 7″1.  The track, which premiered on Rolling Stone late last year, has received over 2000 hearts on the Hype Machine. “The video is a combination of […]

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Princeton Unviels New Single

Los Angeles’ pop minimalists Princeton are pleased to unveil the first single and title track from their upcoming sophomore release, Remembrance of Things To Come, available February 2 on Hit City U.S.A. in conjunction with Easter Everywhere. “Remembrance of Things To Come” is a classically-informed pop number showcasing the insight of the Los Angeles New […]

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Trippple Nippples – Titular Trippin

Just when you start thinking you’ve pretty much seen and heard everything, 3 girls squirt you with Baileys from false cow-udders while singing about LSD at a tempo exceeding 4000 beats per minute. It’s one of those moments that – regardless whether you actually like it or not, or whether it induces long dormant foaming-fits […]

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The Ghosts Find Life Through Death

The Ghosts Borne from the tragedy of the suicide of lead singer Charles Haddon – Ou Est le Swimming Pool, vocalist/guitarist Alex Starling decided in 2010 to form a new band. Together with drummer Ian Palmer, Rayna Ferner & Alex Sharman on keyboards and Dan Whiffin on guitar they are The Ghosts, a London collective […]

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The Audio Artism of Paper Dollhouse

Paper Dollhouse is the spooky pseudonym for the music of Rayographs singer-songwriter Astrud Steehouder, who self-recorded, produced and released her debut album, A Box Painted Black earlier this year. It’s a collection of music that perhaps lacks the spit-n-polish of a genuine studio affair, given it was recorded entirely in her London home, between kitchen […]

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‘El Camino’ should keep Black Keys on road to success

‘El Camino’ should keep Black Keys on road to success By Malcolm X Abram / Beacon Journal pop music writer Beacon Journal pop music writer Published: December 5, 2011 – 12:02 AM The Black Keys Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney.(Photo by Danny Clinch) The Black Keys have come quite a ways in the decade since […]

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Fanzine

‘Fanzine’ are a London-based indie rock quad that’s setting up to be the sound of next Summer. Their catchy, fuzzy Brit-rock tracks are super-sized with a side-order of Americana grunge that satisfies without bloating, suitable for eating in or taking away. Jock, Ed, Billy and Kit are school friends from the U.K.’s capital, and are […]

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The Dirty Shames @ Cake Shop Live Review

Photos and Review By: Jessica Cassino The Dirty Shames were most certainly not a dirty shame. The walk from the train station to Cake Shop was though. The stench on Essex and Delancey really stung my nostrils. Cake Shop has everything a girl could want: cupcakes, booze, and loud, loud music. The dudes weren’t really […]

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Album Review: Louise Burns – Mellow Drama

By: Jacob Weis Louise Burns is fun to look at.  But does the Zooey Deschanel-looking songstress make music as fun to listen to when she isn’t around to sing it to you personally?  That depends. Her debut solo album, Mellow Drama is as dynamic as it is complicated: its tracks crowd around you with what […]

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