Stage Confessions counts down the 50 best albums of 2017!
Music to prepare for those chilly days spent indoors as Winter approaches us.
The lo-fi indie scene, filled with incredibly young talented artists, is currently on the rise and these are just some of the artists who have already made their marks on it.
After Björk’s inviting breakup record, Vulnicura, she returns with her “tinder” record, Utopia, where she starts anew, departed from depression and inspired and optimistic.
Bane’s World has created a lasting presence in the indie community with his “Drowsy” yet alluring 80s resemblant sounds.
Kelela’s debut, Take Me Apart, puts her at the front of developing a new sound of R&B.
Steve Lacy, only 19 years old, has proven that you don’t need much to create good art and reach success.
Meet Temporex, a 17 year old solo artist from San Diego who makes chill electro-pop music.
A wild night spent at the free LA music festival, Echo Park Rising.
“Soft Sounds from Another Planet” is, indie pop artist, Japanese Breakfast’s exquisitely dark and vulnerable recent work.
“Flower Boy,” marketed as “Scum Fuck Flower Boy,” is Tyler, The Creator’s fourth studio album and it’s more than any of us could’ve expected.
The Regrettes live at the Leviit Pavilion (MacArthur Park) on 7.6.17