Katie Alice Greer fronts Priests at Songbyrd Music House on April 13, 2019. (Photo by Ben Eisendrath)
Editor’s Note: Katie’s performance has been postponed until August.
We Fought the Big One, DC’s longest running monthly underground music listening party, is hosting a very special livestream show via Twitch on Friday, July 3! KAG, or Katie Alice Greer, former vocalist of Priests, performs a solo show during the indie rock livestream.
Dirty Honey (Photo by Richie Davis)
On a late-afternoon earlier this month, with Dodger Stadium and the downtown Los Angeles skyline in the background, Dirty Honey took to the hills — with suitcase in hand — and shot an acoustic performance clip of their song “Down the Road” as the newest installment in their “Suitcase Sessions” video series.
Rituals of Mine (Photo by Jeffrey LaTour)
Rituals of Mine — the immersive, hybrid R&B electronic project of Los Angeles-based songwriter Terra Lopez — announces her new album, HYPE NOSTALGIA, out Sept. 25 on Carpark Records, and shares the lead single/video, “Come Around Me.”
J. Laser (Photo courtesy Siren’s Call PR)
J. Laser is the self-titled debut EP from Los Angeles based J. Laser, the moniker of multi-talented composer, producer, and musician Jordan Lawlor, previously of M83.
The five-track collection is set for release on June 26th and features the irresistible “Sunshine,” which has been fast garnering global support from BBC Radio 1’s Indie show, Buzzbands LA, Spotify and Clash, to name a few as well as topping Submithub’s chart.
Sharon Van Etten (Photo by Ryan Pfluger)
Sharon Van Etten’s debut album, because i was in love, has an upcoming anniversary later this month. To celebrate, Sharon livestreams a performance of the album in its entirety from her home in Los Angeles via Seated on Friday, May 29.
Madeline Kenney (Photo courtesy Grandstand Media)
Madeline Kenney released her critically acclaimed sophomore album Perfect Shapes in 2018, and recently she announced its stunning follow-up, Sucker’s Lunch. Madeline recently shared the album’s lead single, “Sucker,” featuring vocals from Lambchop’s Kurt Wagner.
VOWWS (Photo by Eric Fain)
LA-based duo VOWWS reveal the official video for their latest single “Impulse Control.” The song arrives on the heels of a partially completed world tour with Poppy (including a stop at U Street Music Hall) during which time VOWWS wrote the menacing, angular DEFCON 1 anthem.
KT Tunstall (Photo courtesy Facci PR)
KT Tunstall was asked to provide her soundtrack from her friend Zoe Bell the legendary Hollywood stunt professional who organized an all-female Hollywood quarantine Fight Club — #BossBitchFightChallenge.
Houses of Heaven (Photo by Effixx)
Layering synths, guitars, electronic percussion, and live drums, Houses of Heaven fuses early industrial and techno rhythms with the melodicism of shoegaze and a heavy dose of dub-influenced effects. Formed in Oakland, California, by Keven Tecon, Adam Beck, and Nick Ott, the band follows up the Remnant EP with their first full-length album titled Silent Places, available May 1 via Felte.
Today, the band released a video for “Dissolve the Floor” from that debut album.
The Dollyrots (Photo courtesy Rage PR)
Punk-pop duo The Dollyrots revisit one of their albums per week in a livestream show. For their next show, The Dollyrots showcase Whiplash Splash, their sixth studio album, in a livestream at StageIt on Sunday, April 26.