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Tonight’s L.A. Buzz Bands Show on 88.5 FM flashes back to 2010, with music from Aloe Blacc, Warpaint, Young the Giant, Foster the People, Delta Spirit, Fitz & the Trantrums, Apex Manor, White Sea, Everest, The Like, A House for Lions, Voxhaul Broadcast and more.

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Music from Deep Sea Diver, Tropa Magica, Madame Gandhi, Cold War Kids, Buddy, Ricky Reed and St. Panther, Human Barbie, Louis XIV, Luke Top, Polartropica, Willow Stephens and more on Buzz Bands LA’s weekend playlist.

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Someone asks: Hey, blogger dude, can you give me one new, relevant song for the 4th of July?

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Magic Giant’s relentlessly upbeat nature has been tested mightily by the COVID-19 crisis. But the L.A. folk-pop trio haven’t blinked — in today’s QUARANTUNES, they talk about continuing to write, their plans for 2021 and their “haphazard” (but what isn’t these days?) playlist.

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What could be more woebegone that unrealized plans and dreams? Ed Mattiuzzi stars in the poignant video for “Get a Life,” the title track to the forthcoming album by Human Barbie.

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What initially started as a remix became much more: SoCal duo Fawns of Love’s single “Somebody” was reshaped by Robin Guthrie of the Cocteau Twins.

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Heartless Bastards’ first since since 2015 makes a strong case for where the “Revolution” starts.

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Buzz Bands LA today launches LOS ANGELES, LATELY, our ultimate, standing Spotify playlist — starting with eighty-some favorites from 2020 so far. We invite you to follow.

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Alex Pfender — one-half of the electro-folk duo yOya — christens his solo project Pfred this week with the release of the EP, “Am I.”

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It feels like the world might be right in the middle of Willow Stephens’ new collaborative single “Setbacks/Comebacks.” Check it out in today’s QUARANTUNES as the pop singer shares her Headspace, a wishlist and her personal playlist.

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