Entries in Los Angeles (117)


Mark Johns: 'Molino' EP on OWSLA

Mark Johns released her debut EP this week on OWSLA.  She's made waves with her selection of covers and originals released on her Soundcloud.  These songs are evocative of longing, and were written after Johns moved to Los Angeles to pursue her life of music.  Listen below and download 'Molino' here!



Paul Bergmann '100 Years'

 Paul Bergmann is a fascinating solo artist from Los Angeles. '100 Years' is a gritty, honest song with magnificent vocals and loose, sparse, and awesome guitar. More greatness soon from Paul Bergmann!



Luna Shadows: 'Waves' from the 'Summertime' EP

Luna Shadows is a relatively new artist, who somehow in this digital age manages to remain mysterious, all the while captivating a growing audience.  From a quiet debut with the first single, to the recent announcement of the 'Summertime' EP Luna Shadows seems to have her own way of doing things.  The at times unorthodox approach is the perfect match for her irreverent music.  'Waves's is the latest track, and with it comes the news of this music finally seeing official release.  'Summertime' collects the first four singles in one place.  The Echo Park based artist is making a big impression with her music, and soon enough this bold new release will get Luna Shadows the attention she so deserves.


Get Luna Shadows' 'Summertime' EP on iTunes July 1st. Preorder now and get 'Waves'



COMBAT! 'Heavy Accent' on FoF

COMBAT! is the newest artist to join the Friends of Friends family.  The young Los Angeles producer has an energetic tune, comprised of intense drum loops and experimental, blues fuelled guitar.  'Heavy Accent' is from his self titled debut album, due out on September 16th.  Get 'Heavy Accent' here!


ALYESKA 'EverGlow'

 Coming from Los Angeles, Alyeska have a glorious new sound that has us hooked right away. It's indie rock goodness for everyone who loves that kind of thing, without all the nonsense. We can't wait for more from Alyeska.

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