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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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  • 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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  • Pomegranates – Thigh High

    Pomegranates – Thigh High

    For this spotlight artist drum roll please…. we introduce the Pomegranates with their single Thigh High. The Pomegranates sound is described as shimmering and dreamy with influences that range from the Talking Heads and Brian Eno, to French Kicks and Fela Kuti. Metrogum was recently invited to see the Cincinnati denizens at the indie music hangout, Spaceland here in Los Angeles.

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  • Pomegranates “Everybody Come Outside”

    Pomegranates “Everybody Come Outside”

    Pulled from the Metrogum archives of the best of the best. Here are The Pomegranates performing “Everybody Come Outside” off the same titled album in the heart of Silverlake California at the now defunct Spaceland. Now known to Angelenos as “The Satellite” the premiere place to find breaking bands and great underground music.

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