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O.C. rockers The Brevet today released the roof-rattling new single “Shapeshifter.” In today’s QUARANTUNES, watch them sweat through a 110-degree video shoot, hear them talk about getting back to basics and dive into their playlist, bursting with classics.

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L.A. quartet Iress’ new album “Flaw” arrives Friday as a cathartic blast of mood-shifting metal and shoegaze, dark yet inviting. In today’s QUARANTUNES, Alex Moreno and Michelle Malley talk about battling the crippling effects of the pandemic and share a playlist for feeling uninhibited.

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“Pure at Heart,” the new album of dreamy folk music from Photo Ops, is the sound of a songwriter in awe of his new surroundings and making sense of his place in them. In today’s QUARANTUNES, Terry Price talks about coping with mood swings and shares a playlist that soundtracks them.

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“Be Still,” the debut EP from L.A. duo Hey, King!, sounds perfectly titled for the COVID-19 lockdown, but emotionally it is anything but static. In today’s QUARANTUNES, Natalie London and Taylor Plecity talk about missing arcade games and touring, while sharing a playlist of golden old faves.

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Matt Costa’s sixth album, “Yellow Coat,” arrives on Friday, a collection of songs that transcend mere misty memories of a breakup. In today’s QUARANTUNES, Costa talks about getting creative visually during the pandemic and shares a playlist of music by friends & influences.

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Dan Croll’s move from the U.K. to L.A. inspires his poignant new album “Grand Plan.” On the eve of its release, the songwriter talks about cabin fever, Reddit rabbit holes and his “Guide to L.A.” in today’s edition of QUARANTUNES.

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Bicoastal duo Foreign Air announced this week that their debut album “Good Morning Stranger” will be out in October, and with the news came the feel-good anthem “I Believe.” In today’s QUARANTUNES, Jacob Michael talks about striving for what’s fresh, staying sane in his studio and their playlist of risk-takers.

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Jasper Bones has been working on new music and taking long, head-clearing “drives to nowhere” during the COVID-19 lockdown. In today’s QUARANTUNES, he shares a playlist for those drives, as well as an appreciation for “when the sun sets, the moon comes out and quiet is in session.”

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With the new release “Sweet Side” on the way, L.A. native Raquel Rodriguez has stayed busy during the lockdown. You’ll shed no tears over her soulful single “Crybaby,” and in today’s QUARANTUNES, she talks about making merch and hosting studio sessions and shares a playlist of her inspirations.

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“We’re happiest creating instead of consuming,” Alex Hwang says of how Run River North is handling the coronavirus lockdown. In today’s QUARANTUNES, the L.A. trio, who just released the new single “Pretty Lies,” share a playlist that’s helping two-thirds of the band quarantine in South Korea. On RRN’s horizon: A new album.

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