A dark invitation that explodes into life, “Learning The Feeling” is the effortlessly-cool, pristine and powerful brand-new single from L.A.’s talker. About it she told The Autumn Roses this:
“When you’ve been holding in your feelings for so long, sometimes you have to finally scream them out. That’s what “Learning the Feeling” is for me – the musical exploration of finally being open after years of hiding behind my anxiety. In “Keep Me Safe” I was holding my breath waiting for a moment of truth. “Learning the Feeling” is that moment.
I wrote “Learning the Feeling” at a time when I was ready to really open myself up and be true to my feelings. My cowriters were in similar places of needing to let out some sort of heavy emotion, and we all knew that the only way to do that was to show them at full force.
The video is a continuation of the story in “Keep Me Safe” – only now, we see what happens when I stop being afraid and take control.”
You can find streaming and download links for the track and so much more of her music and videos right here.
A kaleidoscopic drama under swirling, fading West-Coast light, “Give Up The Gun” is the panoramic latest single from Leland Ettinger’s Leland And The Silver Wells. Its just-released video is a glorious, gauzy, uneasy dream in vintage. The track is taken from her most-recent, self-titled LP, and you can hear it now by visiting her Soundcloud page.
The Know is the musical project of L.A.-based husband and wife Daniel Knowles and Jennifer Farmer, and “143” is a gossamer glow and their neon-dappled new single. It arrives with a hazy video directed by Ms. Farmer, and you can download the track from their Bandcamp page. This is taken from their forthcoming self-titled EP, one they release next year. You can pre-order the gold-vinyl edition of it right now from their website.
Quietly reflective, it’s a plain-spoken, gently-sung remembrance that stings when you reckon with it squarely. “My Fears” is the candid, candle-lit brand-new single from L.A.’s Dylan Nichols, a.k.a. Dyllan. You can find assorted streaming and download links for this right here.
L.A.’s Pinky Pinky have just shared the associative, endearingly-bizarre and colorful new video for their bright and bouncy “All The Birds”. The track is taken from their recently-released Turkey Dinner LP. Out through Innovative Leisure, you can buy CD, vinyl and cassette versions of it either from the band’s webstore or their Bandcamp page now.
“Plug Into Me” is the nail-tough, assertive and propulsive title track to the just-released EP from L.A.’s Cuesta Loeb. You can stream it in its entirety now by visiting her Soundcloud page. On August 14th she will be playing a release show for it at her hometown’s Resident DTLA, and you can find information about that event right here.
An enchanting story sweetly told, it unfolds in a gentle succession of dazzling, always-shifting patterns. “Honey, I” is golden poetry and the captivating new and debut single from L.A.’s mysterious Wes Reeve. You can stream the track right now on her Soundcloud page.
A moody mystery, “Goner” is a spooky echo and the tense and dramatic new single from L.A.’s Lauren Lakis. The track is taken from her just-released Sad Girl Breakfast EP. You can buy the CD version of it now from her webstore, and you can find her Ferocious LP there, too.
Bursting with color and electrified by personality, “Tell Your Friends” is a supernova of creativity and the heavenly and harmonious new single from L.A.’s Maddie Ross. You can stream the track on Spotify and Soundcloud, and you can download it from her Bandcamp page right now. She’s also promised that new music will be arriving from her as the years goes on.