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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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  • 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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  • The Ringers – Kamikaze Heart

    The Ringers – Kamikaze Heart

    The Band The Ringers have become one of Los Angeles’s top favorite artists and with hints of the New York Dolls , The Stooges and some serious sweat! We predict The Ringers are going to take the nation by storm! Seriously, check out this performance it just may be the best indie stage act in town that your missing!

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  • Shane Alexander – You Are The Light

    Shane Alexander – You Are The Light

    Shane Alexander performs his song “You Are The Light” off his Album “The Sky Below” at an intimate solo performance at Cafe Was in Hollywood California. This Indie artist is totally self funded and taking the music industry by storm with just his voice and his guitar winning over audiences wherever he goes. Shane says his music comes from being honest and from life experiences inspired from his tours across the U.S and Europe.

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  • Metrogum Episode – Indie Music It’s Alive

    Metrogum Episode – Indie Music It’s Alive

    After much toiling deep in the depths of the lab. Our musically mad scientists have created a new web series experiment called The Metrogum Music Scene.  With corporate radio  killing off  the awesome indie rock stations that we love  little by little  (you know which ones) the music landscape is becoming a barren desert of top 40 music on a loop.  We hope to be a bit of an oasis where indie  and great music can be heard and seen. […]

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