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El Mañana shows us that Latin Rock is here to stay

There has been an increase of Latin artists in the USA the last few years, we have seen people like Cuco and Omar Apollo rise through the indie ranks and sign with worldwide known labels and booking agencies. As Latinos ourselves we take pride in...

The danbees

The Danbees release EP

  “Down at the Bar” will likely end 2018 as one of the most bracing rock singles in recent memory. The first single from The Danbees’ soon to be released EP The Veggie Tapes is a four to the floor rock song with the sort of...

Del Suelo releases The Musician’s Compass: A 12 Step Programme

  The life of a musician can often be a rather tortured existence, even if and especially when things couldn’t be going better in their career. Being the median between the music and the listener isn’t easy; it means existing in the sacred space between raw...

Madge Teaches Us “How To Play”

We have an amazing new tune for you from the Los Angeles DIY-pop artist Madge. We know that sometimes artists grow up in hard or interesting environments, but this is the first time we run into an artist that grew up in a strict mormon...

Track of the day: Honey by Slow Roar

By Olivia McAuley Rebecca Rosoff and Sonny Lanegan are the fire and water duo behind alt/indie outfit Slow Roar. The LA-based multi-instrumentalists/producers released the self-titled EP last year, winning over new fans and music publications alike. Nothing conveys the pairs ability to create a distinct moody wanton energy...

Loyal Lobos Releases “Swim,” A Millennial Televelona

Los Angeles via Colombia artist Loyal Lobos, came out with "Swim" after an 11 months hiatus, and may we say that it is stunning. Andrea Silva (Loyal Lobos) crafts raw, alt-folk songs that break convention. Imbued with a hazy melancholy, Silva mines personal experience, the melodrama...

Reema Releases her Cover of Sunny Afternoon

You've most likely heard "Sunny Afternoon" a classic song from The Kinks. Then, you have to listen to Reema's version of the song. Her rich voice, dreamy instruments and synths make the perfect blend to make us reflect about life and the world. Don't limit...