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New Track: "Alcoholics (The Last Drop)" - Telyscopes

High Fidelity Drag, the forthcoming album from Telyscopes, will be released on July 14. Its latest single, “Alcoholics (The Last Drop),” occupies a dreary albeit jangly headspace. With lo-fi psych-folk, whose lyrical lines intriguing twist amid transition, the track journeys into rugged, noisy terrains of jagged, angular guitar riffs before its abrupt conclusion. It's grounded in a narrative that certainly needs more than one listen.

Faux Furrs

Faux Furrs has released their debut LP, Taxonomy. Below is the video for the album’s lead single, “Moon Farm”.

You can catch Faux Furrs at Emporium on July 17th with Idylls, Luke Henry & Rabbit Foot.

Holy Wars bring their dark pop to The Hi Hat on 6/29

Los Angeles better prepare for the artistic vulnerability of "I Can’t Feel A Thing." Holy Wars, featuring fierce frontwoman Kat Leon, is both captivating and emotionally revealing to the human psyche.  The video showcases Leon dressed in gold with an all black background while hands grab and pull at her. As members of the audience, we enjoy interpreting lyrics and videos ourselves and relating them to personal experiences. In this particular video, the dark pop ensemble portrays someone trying to escape the things that are holding them back. Which creates something of a homage, as Leon recently lost both her parents back in 2015 and released their Mother EP after months of much needed grieving.

Holy Wars has re-emerged from the pandemonium with a dark past but an even brighter future. The melodic band will be dropping Mother on June 30, but slide by The Hi Hat on the 29th for their early release show. - Kayla Hay

Squad Car turn it up a notch in EP ‘Eschaton’

With a minimal presence on social media, little is known about noise rock band Squad Car, besides the fact that they are not afraid to get loud (and messy). Their debut EP ‘Eschaton’ features seemingly endless combinations of screeching guitars, nearly indecipherable shouts, and relentless drum lines, laid on a bleeding bed of post-hardcore anger. - Lilly Milman


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