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4 Questions About The Music Industry You Should NOT Be Asking

Chances are, you are already ruining your potential to succeed in the music industry because you believe in one or more music career myths. How do I know? I am sent e-mail messages on a constant basis by tons of musicians (all seeking the answers to the WRONG questions). These are questions that may seem like good questions on the top level, but are really highly damaging questions that take […]

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Video: Teenage Wrist, ‘Earth Is a Black Hole’

When Teenage Wrist got their start five years ago, they might have seemed like the nice shoegaze kids down the block, and Los Angeles has a few blocks of them. The muscle, melody and emotion on their 2018 debut “Chrome Neon Jesus” set them apart from their pedal-obsessed peers, and […]

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Stream: Lawrence Rothman, ‘Decent Man’ (feat. Lucinda Williams)

Avant-pop auteur Lawrence Rothman proved there was nothing out of reach with 2017’s “The Book of Law,” a genre-fluid debut in which the artist took on gender identity, family conflict and social alienation in nine songs inhabiting nine alter-egos. What on earth could one do to top that? Today, Rothman […]

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Video: Fuzz, ‘Mirror’

Fuzz, the power trio most likely to burn the coronavirus off all interior surfaces*, return this Friday with “Fuzz III,” their first album in five years. Produced by Steve Albini at United Recording, the album is the conflagration of riffs and rhythms from guitarist Charles Moothart, bassist Chad Ubovich and […]

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Photos: Dawes at Drive-In OC at the Grove of Anaheim

[See image gallery at buzzbands.la] It’s no secret that music fans are the missing the big things in the absence of concerts — the sound, the crowds, the communal spirit. There are the small things, too. Before Dawes launched into their drive-in show Friday night at the Grove of Anaheim, drummer […]

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Stream: Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 173)

Here’s Buzz Bands LA’s latest playlist, Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 173), in which we highlight new singles from Local Natives, Steady Holiday, Mourners, John-Robert, Bad Religion, Las Cafeteras, Yard of Blondes and MILCK and pluck tunes from new albums by Open Mike Eagle, Omar Apollo and Matt Berninger. […]

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Electronic music

4 Questions About The Music Industry You Should NOT Be Asking

Chances are, you are already ruining your potential to succeed in the music industry because you believe in one or more music career myths. How do I know? I am sent e-mail messages on a constant basis by tons of musicians (all seeking the answers to the WRONG questions). These are questions that may seem like good questions on the top level, but are really highly damaging questions that take […]

today03/27/2020 1 1

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Video: Teenage Wrist, ‘Earth Is a Black Hole’

When Teenage Wrist got their start five years ago, they might have seemed like the nice shoegaze kids down the block, and Los Angeles has a few blocks of them. The muscle, melody and emotion on their 2018 debut “Chrome Neon Jesus” set them apart from their pedal-obsessed peers, and […]

today10/30/2020 2

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Stream: Lawrence Rothman, ‘Decent Man’ (feat. Lucinda Williams)

Avant-pop auteur Lawrence Rothman proved there was nothing out of reach with 2017’s “The Book of Law,” a genre-fluid debut in which the artist took on gender identity, family conflict and social alienation in nine songs inhabiting nine alter-egos. What on earth could one do to top that? Today, Rothman […]

today10/20/2020 2

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Video: Fuzz, ‘Mirror’

Fuzz, the power trio most likely to burn the coronavirus off all interior surfaces*, return this Friday with “Fuzz III,” their first album in five years. Produced by Steve Albini at United Recording, the album is the conflagration of riffs and rhythms from guitarist Charles Moothart, bassist Chad Ubovich and […]

today10/20/2020 1

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Photos: Dawes at Drive-In OC at the Grove of Anaheim

[See image gallery at buzzbands.la] It’s no secret that music fans are the missing the big things in the absence of concerts — the sound, the crowds, the communal spirit. There are the small things, too. Before Dawes launched into their drive-in show Friday night at the Grove of Anaheim, drummer […]

today10/18/2020 3

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Stream: Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 173)

Here’s Buzz Bands LA’s latest playlist, Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 173), in which we highlight new singles from Local Natives, Steady Holiday, Mourners, John-Robert, Bad Religion, Las Cafeteras, Yard of Blondes and MILCK and pluck tunes from new albums by Open Mike Eagle, Omar Apollo and Matt Berninger. […]

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TODD KERNS Debuts “Little Grace” Art Film

Todd Kerns (Slash Featuring Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators, Toque, The Age Of Electric) has issued an art film set to his previously unreleased track "Little Grace".  "It’s actually an old demo from the Static In Stereo days... beautiful little moody piece," says Kerns. "Little Grace" is available now on...For more, check out: BraveWords.com (Source)

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