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New Son Step LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Son Step's new LP, Fossilillies, recently dropped via Grind Select. A dichotomy of calculated and free-flow, synth-soaked instrumentation converges, allowing the well-honed vocals to flourish. Within a psych-pop vessel, one is engaged on a journey of personal discovery, which retains a bright, backend buoyancy, while exploring place & purpose. Supported by Great Time and Data, you can also join Son Step at their album release show on Thursday, June 6 at Johnny Brenda's, performing a rare four-piece set.





New Cocordion LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Tv.Ant.Race, the new album from the trio Cocordion, is out now via Tigarita Tapes. A tranquil sea of sound is injected with snippets of noise. The album hovers between a peaceful, pensive state and points of friction. The majority of the LP flows in a smooth cruising nature; however, moments of discord shakeup the system.





VanJess “Honeywheat” Remix

Last week R&B Duo VanJess dropped a new remix of their 2018 track “Honeywheat" from their debut LP, Silk Canvas. The remix prominently features one of the hottest emcee in the City right now, Saba.





Samia highlights self-appreciation in new single, headlines Rough Trade 06.07

The message embedded in Samia’s music video for her freshly minted single “Ode to Artifice” is the perfect accompaniment to the indie-pop song. The shy girl in the video (Samia) struggles with her identity at prom and is upstaged by her own more confident reflection. The fragmented duality in the video is not only relatable to anyone who has ever felt like they are not self-assured enough, but also offers an intimate look at the artist’s struggles. The person you are and the person others see don't always line up, Samia seems to recognize this and send a powerful message of self-appreciation and authenticity through this video. The songwriter will be headlining Rough Trade on June 7 before yet another headlining show at Los Angeles’ Bootleg Theatre June 26. Check out the video for the song below (there is a cameo by Mary-Louise Parker in it that gets a thumbs up from us). - Rene Cobar





New The Vernes Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

The Vernes recently shared another delightful release, titled Yr of the Rat. Produced by American Trappist's Joe Michelini, a graceful, daydreaming setting creates a familiar sense of relatable, isolating intimacy. Gentle, breezy melodies and revealing lyrical monologues steer and sway you into a serene mindset. On Saturday, June 29, Johnny Brenda’s will be hosting The Vernes, with support from American Trappist and Grace Vonderkuhn.

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