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WIN TICKETS TO THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME ON THURS. OCT. 31 AT WALT DISNEY CONCERT HALL!

October 11th, 2019

Organist Clark Wilson sets a haunting scene as he provides a live score to the classic 1923 silent film The Hunchback of Notre Dame, featuring a legendary performance from Lon Chaney. Want to go experience Halloween in its most atmospheric form? We've got tickets to give away -- just email us at rsvp@larecord.com with subject HUNCH and we'll pick winners at random before the show!

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VIDEO PREMIERE: CORBO “KIM J” (FT. CALLIE RYAN)

October 10th, 2019

L.A.'s digital psychonaut Corbo put out his Quatro Treses album this summer via like-minded pixelpushers Chewing Foil, and now thanks to this all-consuming video by the enigmatic Paul Plastic, you can almost physically transport yourself into the song.

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WIN TICKETS TO IDLES + SURFBORT ON TUES. OCT. 8 AT THE WILTERN!

October 2nd, 2019

UK outfit IDLES and New York's Surfbort are a perfect pair: punk with conviction, character and maybe some cheerful collateral damage, depending on how wild any given song gets. They'll be playing Oct. 8 at the Wiltern and we've got tickets to give away! Want to enter to win? Email us at rsvp@larecord.com with subject IDLES and we'll pick winners at random before the show!

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VIDEO PREMIERE: THE UNCLAIMED “YOU NEVER COME”

September 30th, 2019

Frontman Shelley Ganz has been at the head of the Unclaimed since their debut for the legendary Moxie label in 1980, so you can trust that he's in complete command of this style. In an era when garage sometimes more means OC-style Posh Boy punk, the Unclaimed are working with more primordial stuff. "You Never Come" and two more are out next month on Groovie Records—get the EP here!

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VIDEO PREMIERE: BRAINSTORY “BEAUTYFUL BEAUTI”

September 16th, 2019

L.A. RECORD alums Brainstory are back with "Beautyful Beauti"—a title that recalls "A Wonderful Why," from their long-ago first EP. It's a gently dazed and dreamy song with Brainstory's characteristically agile instrumentation and powerfully confident boom-bap drums that set this down somewhere right between Arthur Lee and De La Soul.

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VIDEO PREMIERE: JANE CHURCH “STORM RYDER”

September 6th, 2019

Jane Church—named after a Sparks demo from the 60s—is the floppy hat-wearing fluffy-haired ex-New Yorker Matt Stevenson, who blows through bittersweet 60s-style rock songs like a brooding Lou Reed hurricane upending the sandy philosophy books and wine jugs left on Kevin Ayers' tropical beach, with a Big Star power pop warm front rolling in from the south.