Props – “Dream On”
Rising singer-songwriter combines indie rock and bedroom pop on fantastic new single
Reality Escape: Q&A with Trunky Juno
English lo-fi pop marauder discusses his dynamic latest track “Daddy’s Gone For Cigarettes”
Jewel Tones – “Were You Right?”
L.A. bedroom-indie act ascends on mesmerizing, psychedelic new single
The Lucy Stone Interview
Exciting news from the Philadelphia based singer songwriter
Hop Along and Lucy Stone at Johnny Brenda’s
Last Saturday Hop Along played a super sold-out record release show in honor of Bark Your Head Off, Dog at Johnny Brenda’s. Songs old and new sounded electric. The promising Lucy Stone opened.
Soccer Mommy with the latest video for “Cool”
Pick up a copy of the new highly relatable record Clean, out now.
Phoebe Bridgers with Soccer Mommy at Aisle 5
Rising LA-based singer/songwriter Phoebe Bridgers played one of many sold-out shows on her first headlining tour to a reverent crowd in Atlanta, with the Nashville-based indie rock act Soccer Mommy in tow.
PJ Sparkles Latest Single “Neon”
The Sounds from a lovely pirouette
Jay Som with Stef Chura and Soccer Mommy live at The Masquerade
“Rising indie rock star Jay Som headed a bill filled with introspective and joyous music from fellow promising singer-songwriters Stef Chura and Soccer Mommy.”
Stream Nadia’s debut EP, i’m your protector now
Bedroom soul with power pop confidence + a Q&A with the Phantom Posse member.
Stream Cheesus Chrust’s bedroom pop comp Not Quite Grown
The UK label releases a comp to celebrate the independence in writing solo music.
Police Neutrality: LAPD’s Ryan Pollie Takes It As It Comes
From obscurity and polite declines from LA journalists to being the latest buzz.
Bigger Than The Bedroom: An Interview with Keel Her
With the release of her first official record, Rose Keeler-Schäffeler grows to new heights.
Premiere: Coma Cinema, “Satan Made A Mansion”
The 10th most depressing place in the U.S. ain't so bad with tallboys and friendship.
Daring Ear is a dreamy, doozy dose of drowsy bedroom pop
With the first tape eaten by an R2D2 player, a second copy warrants a proper review.