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The Millennial Club drops new single just in time for love's favorite holiday

In a society filled with dead-end online dating apps, the crafty art of being ghosted, and empty, unfulfilling relationships, it is easy to see why most people hate Valentine's Day. Fortunately, no matter what your relationship status, music can be an unmatched outlet to feeling apart of something when you are at your lowest. This Valentine's Day, indie-pop group The Millennial Club released their newest single, "Feel The Same". The group’s soft, groovy instrumentals create an enchanting and dreamy atmosphere that will have you drifting off into a euphoric state. Vocalist Andres Owens’ soft, emotionally driven lyrics tell a modern love story about constantly wondering if the one you like feels the same. It's a question for the ages and undoubtedly a place we all have been in. Listen to "Feel The Same" below. - Kayla Hay

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John War releases forward-thinking single "Corn Syrup" from debut LP

John War is putting out his debut album Fantasy soon, and they've released the single "Corn Syrup" as a preview of what's to come. "Corn Syrup" sounds the way War envisions indie rock evolving in the 2020s: Rich with sound both analog and synthesized; at once lo-fi and with high production values. The futuristic sound of "Corn Syrup" matches the lyrical content, which comes chock full of references to the apocalypse, dishonest culture, and the present and oncoming dystopia. "Corn Syrup" and its lyric video are out now; the rest of Fantasy will come soon, so stay tuned. Listen to "Corn Syrup" below. - Will Sisskind

 

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Indie Rock

Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
Michael Colton
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/events/571594283390969/
Venue name: 
Silverlake Lounge
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Emma Charles drops home-video inspired clip for "Connecticut"

Emma Charles continues to rise up the ranks of singer-songwriter notoriety in the LA area with the release of her new EP Connecticut, as well as the video for its title track. On "Connecticut", Charles uses her 2019 road trip from her home state of Connecticut to Los Angeles as an allegory for transitioning from the familiar to the unfamiliar, the comfortable to the unknown. The video for the track shows Charles as a child in many of her family's home videos, but it ends with the present-day singer-songwriter smiling, showcasing her readiness to go forth into whatever comes next for her. Billboard named Charles a Best Emerging Artist of 2020, and NOW That's What I Call Music named her a What's Next artist, an honor given previously to acts such as Shawn Mendes and Billie Eilish. Take a look at the video for "Connecticut" below. - Will Sisskind

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Electronic

Time: 
19:30
Band name: 
Songbird Sessions
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/songbirdsessionsco/
Venue name: 
The York Manor
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