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Triptides – “Latitudes” & “Cassis”

L.A. psych band unleashes pair of dreamy, reflective new tracks

Nectar – “Fishy”

Rising power-pop band stuns with infectious new single

Personal Trainer – “Backyard”

Philadelphia garage-rock trio unleashes spirited debut single

Floral Tattoo – ‘You Can Never Have a Long Enough Head Start’

Washington garage rockers drop the first great album of the new decade

5 Things That Inspired The Shrouded Strangers’ LP ‘Night Prancing’

Big Sur duo breaks down the influences that went into their latest album

River Gods – ‘Let Me Live’

L.A. power-pop band’s sophomore album is pure ear candy

Liily – ‘I Can Fool Anybody in This Town’ EP

SoCal rockers unleash scorching punk and grunge energy energy on debut EP

No Aloha – ‘Okay Alone’

Dreamy Portland garage rockers “dive right in” on lush new LP

IMPOSE PREMIERE: Cool Original – “Not Like That”

Portland band delivers poignant vibes on new single

Dude York – “Falling”

The Blonde Tongues with the new album Anxiety Dream

An unconfined sound.

Hinds and Albert Hammond Jr. live at Terminal West

Spanish garage rockers Hinds and one of the great guitarists of the 2000s combined for a coheadlining bill worth its salt, playing to an Atlanta crowd that had equal amounts of adoration for both.

Parquet Courts at Showbox Market

There was a venue wide discussion about Netflix’s The Crown, lead by Austin Brown (vocals, guitar) and a slower track that replaced the typical pit with a coupled up slow dances. It was a weird night, but Parquet Courts shows tend to be.

Cherry Glazerr, Vagabon and Shannon Lay at the Fillmore Live

LA’s Cherry Glazerr headlined a triple bill at the Fillmore in San Francisco with Vagabon and Shannon Lay on December 28th.

Ex Hex, Sail Mail, and Des Demonas play the Black Cat

A phenomenal Saturday at the Black Cat in Washington, D.C. as the indie rock awesomeness of Ex Hex led a strong three-band bill on 2017’s penultimate night. Mary Timony, Betsy Wright and Laura Harris unleashed some new Ex Hex material as well as old. Snail Mail and Des Demonas played some great sets to warm up the chilled crowd.

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