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  • Metrogum’s End Of Summer Episode

    Metrogum’s End Of Summer Episode

    Welcome to the end of summer episode of Metrogum.com. Where the world of Indie Music and web culture collide. In this Episode we’re hitching a ride with your favorite indie artists to see how they survive those summer road tours in style. Then to England where abandoned bandstands are giving street musicians a fresh space for impromptu performances. Plus fan footage from this summers music concerts and last but not least we hit up Surf City in Huntington Beach California, […]

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  • This Band Is Performing For The First Time In 7 Years – See Why

    This Band Is Performing For The First Time In 7 Years – See Why

    Let us introduce to you the Geisha Boys.  The Geisha Boys first played in the early 2000’s  but as singer Brian Emery states “ life happened, re-locations, and other commitments got in the way of the music. “  Originally based out of the San Francisco and Oakland area the band members are now located up and down the west coast and just now released a limited edition “The Geisha Boys EP”  that they recorded back in 2004. So why did […]

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  • Metrogum Episode – Dreamwave Crashes Into Los Angeles

    Metrogum Episode – Dreamwave Crashes Into Los Angeles

    In This Episode: The Band “Editors” hack google maps! An out of this world music instrument shows off it’s Sci-fi sound and we go a bit 80’s with an exclusive interview with Josh and Kyle of Binary Entertainment, leaders in the retro futuristic Dreamwave music scene! It’s the music show you have been looking for.

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  • The Little Record Store That Could

    The Little Record Store That Could

    Metrogum Host Charlie Dunlop talks  with Neil Schield owner of the famous and probably coolest under the radar record store in Los Angeles, Origami vinyl.    They discuss  how  the store got started, why they sell only vinyl and not digital music and  Neils method for organizing the bins.   This interview was shot back in 2009  just months after the store opened.  Little did we know back then that today, Origami Vinyl would become  one of the main voices and advocates […]

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  • Avi Buffalo –  What’s It In For

    Avi Buffalo – What’s It In For

    Avi Buffalo was once just the kid named Avi (short for Avigdor Zahner-Isenberg). He’s now part of the new kids on the Sub Pop block, Avi Buffalo have some big shoes to fill. Since its founding in 1986, the Seattle-based record label has been home to rock legends (Nirvana, Dinosaur Jr.) and indie-crossover giants (The Shins, Death Cab for Cutie), not to mention some the best and brightest bands in the biz currently (Fleet Foxes, Iron and Wine, Bright Eyes). […]

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  • Lexicondon – Stirs Up The Crowd

    Lexicondon – Stirs Up The Crowd

    Lexicondon sings and stirs up fond remembrances of the  eighties by performing his single “Dance Floor Affair” Taking the audience back to a time when things  seemed a little more simpler and brighter!  Below lexicondon performs a triple with more eighties inspired tunes with “Boy vs Girl Pt1”, “SWMG” and ” Student Body” You can also check out his album on his Facebook. ARTIST BIO   LexiconDon is Alex Koons from Seattle, WA, transplanted to LA. He comes from a hip-hop […]

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  • Keenhouse – Deep In The Forest

    Keenhouse – Deep In The Forest

    Exclusive video of the artist Keenhouse Performing his song ” Deep In The Forest ” at Binary Entertainments record release party for their compilation of Dreamwave music called LA Lights. Ken Rangkuty other wise known to fans as Keenhouse delivers a unique blend of electronic wizardry and dreamy synth-pop that creates something richer then your average bedroom dreampop.

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  • The Happy Hallows

    The Happy Hallows

    Watch why this indie L.A. band is one to watch! While checking out the Eagle Rock Music Festival a few years back we happened to walk by just in time to see the band ” The Happy Hallows” starting their set! At the time we did not know who the indie Los Angeles band was but, since then we have come to love their sound. We were also impressed at the time that even just playing in front of a tire warehouse store they were able to attract a large crowd.

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  • Flutterbies – Louder, Louder!

    Flutterbies – Louder, Louder!

    When you think of  Los Angeles, country music  usually is not the first thing that comes to mind.  However Metrogum was invited to check out Maureen and the Flutterbies  Los Angeles’ hottest alt-country upstarts.  In this video The Flutterbies perform their song  “Louder, Louder” .  Fierce and fashionable, lead singer Maureen Davis fronts the band with a dusty, honey smothered voice that “…oozes sass and soul…” (Music Connection, April 2009). Equal parts romance and riot, Maureen and The Flutterbies (pronounced […]

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  • Short Circuit – Late Night Drive

    Short Circuit – Late Night Drive

    Short Circuit Performing “Late Night Drive”  At Binary LA Lights Record Release Party at the Echoplex in Silver lake in 2009.    Binary Entertainment owners Josh Legg and Kyle Peterson were kind enough to let us drop in for the release party.   Here is a little video taste of what went down!  The album features music that Binary has coined as Dreamwave a genre described by Josh Peterson as dreamy and nostalgic and often positive and kind of tropical.   To […]

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  • The Mormons – Preaching Punk To The Masses

    The Mormons – Preaching Punk To The Masses

    True to their name, these Eagle Rock-based punk rockers actually perform in the missionary attire of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — complete with white dress shirts, black slacks and ties, backpacks and, to surreal effect, bicycle helmets. But they are no gimmick band, said guitarist and co-founder Vince O’Campo: “Who wants to dress like a Mormon? It’s an anti-fashion uniform. It brings the music to the forefront because we’re not like this glam band up there with $100 haircuts thinking we’re rock stars. That’s faking it

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  • Hindu Pirates – Choo Choo

    Hindu Pirates – Choo Choo

    Do you like summertime?  The beach? Waves?  or lo-fi guitar licks?  Then you’ll love the newest sound in Surf Rock the Hindu Pirates!  The Hindu Pirates consist of Austin Ferreira, Ben Tinsley, Casey Snyder, Derek Bostelman, and Joey LoBasso. They may be young but they are redefining the genre of surf rock with lots of garage rock and punk influences. Along with gigging all over Orange County, or more known as  “The O.C”  these guys have been featured in OC Weekly’s […]

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