Watch Girl Friday’s New Video for “Decoration/Currency” Ahead of EP Release and Bootleg Show Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  Get to know Girl Friday in their new video, which features all four ladies sporting bold monochromatic palettes and rocking along to their melodic single, “Decoration/Currency.” Comprised of non-LA natives, the feminist group uses the single to criticize their new home—a place synonymous with a slimy … Continue reading

Sleep Can’t Stop Jubilo Drive on Their New Album Late Night, Early Morning

sngalbums: Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  The sunny quintet that Angelenos may know as Jubilo Drive almost called themselves Thursday Night Taxi Service. It has a neon sheen to it, though band names should not have that many words or letters. The phrase was used by the band’s previous drummer, Eric Cruz, as the title to his college radio show. One of his proudest moments … Continue reading Sleep Can’t Stop Jubilo Drive on Their New Album Late Night, Early Morning

Sleep Can’t Stop Jubilo Drive on Their New Album Late Night, Early Morning

Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  The sunny quintet that Angelenos may know as Jubilo Drive almost called themselves Thursday Night Taxi Service. It has a neon sheen to it, though band names should not have that many words or letters. The phrase was used by the band’s previous drummer, Eric Cruz, as the title to his college radio show. One of his proudest moments was … Continue reading Sleep Can’t Stop Jubilo Drive on Their New Album Late Night, Early Morning

Best Albums of 2018, part 1

#11-30, ordered alphabetically Poppy Ackroyd – Resolve SnG feature | buy album | website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Soundcloud | Bandcamp Bodies Be Rivers – Things I’ll Tell You When You’re Older SnG features | buy album | website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube | Soundcloud | Bandcamp Lucy Dacus – Historian buy album | website | Facebook | … Continue reading Best Albums of 2018, part 1

Best Songs of 2018: 11. The Gloomies

sawdustandgin: The Gloomies Paint a Surreal Picture of Paradise with New Video for “Palms” Originally appeared on Grimy Goods.  Based in southern California, The Gloomies are very familiar with palm trees. They named a song after them on their recent album, Romance; while “Palms” isn’t necessarily about loose fronds, it is reminiscent and surreal at the same time. Live around these showbiz symbols of serenity … Continue reading Best Songs of 2018: 11. The Gloomies