The homie sent over indie pop singer Xelli Island and her new video “Bad For You”. The song is infectious and quirky and the visuals show the vastness of the California desert.
The homie sent over the new retro visuals for indie rock meets electro band Jimkata. Entitled “Bonfires”, the track touches upon how vulnerable and uncertain we are feeling in these insane times but there is comfort in nostalgia. It’s off of their upcoming 10 track album dropping Spring next year.
The homie sent over the new video from alt rock band PHNTMS. It’s called "Carabelle" and its about the feelings you get after ending a toxic relationship. We all have been there, with red flags all up in your face and we still choose to stay.
Run The Jewels – Run The Jewels Vol 2
Nonstop energy from beginning to end, raw percussive force flows, some of the best beats I’ve ever heard and damn good lyrics.
Massive Attack – Mezzanine
The kind of thing I can put on in the car and not remember how I got to my destination. Makes you feel unnerved and deeply relaxed at the same time, perfect 2 a.m alone music
The homie sent over this dope new track from Matte Blvk. The electronic group just dropped their latest song "Pure" – think dark, industrial vibes with underground techno beats. If you like Trent Reznor or Gesaffelstein, this is right down your alley.
The homie sent over a dope new song from the band Jimkata. The song is super catchy and worth a listen.
The homie sent over the new track from synth electronic rock collective Trade Secrets. Their new single “Burning Daylight” is Depeche Mode on an acid trip and I dig it. This is off their upcoming LP filled with 80s inspired electro bangers.
The homie sent over this dope new track from Tulsa artist Casii Stephan. The video for "Trapeze Artist" is pretty appropriate considering our current situation and shows the importance and power of community. Casii gives us a taste of her impressive, soulful vocals, creating a big and bold release with "Trapeze Artist".
The homie sent over the new video from shoegaze dream rock duo The Know. The colorful visuals features Harold Mordoh aka “The LA Rocker” who is a legend among local Los Angeles venues and musicians. I dig the singer’s ethereal vocals and the fuzz rock sound.