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Ears Wide Open: Roberto

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Roberto Ortiz (aka Roberto) introduces his forthcoming debut EP with “Dorrigo,” a single with the vibrancy of “Graceland”-era Paul Simon. In the lighthearted video, Roberto dukes it out with a cell phone, but the journey that brought him to L.A., much of it on a bicycle, makes for a better story.

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Interview: Lone Kodiak, on their new direction, clearing hurdles and their searing rocker ‘Make It a Weapon’ (premiere)

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After taking time off due to bassist Daniel Alden’s injury and to map out a new sonic direction, Lone Kodiak return this week with guitars blazing on the new single “Make It a Weapon.” Along with the premiere of the song, singer-guitarist Dainéal Parker tells Buzz Bands LA about arriving at a sound that feels “like motorcycles and protests and getting in trouble.”

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Video: Demie Cao, ‘Rari’

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Chinese-American singer, songwriter and rapper Demi Cao has made waves in the U.S. after vaulting to prominence last year in China. She raps in English, Chinese and Korean — and in the video for her new single “Rari,” the Arcadia-reared artist shows off her dance moves.

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Quarantunes: A playlist by Jasper Bones

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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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Ears Wide Open: Noah Elliott

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“Never Feels the Same” is the first single from L.A.-based singer-songwriter Noah Elliott’s forthcoming project “Songs for the Optimist.” For fans of sleek, dancey soul-pop.

Ears Wide Open: Roberto

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Roberto Ortiz (aka Roberto) introduces his forthcoming debut EP with “Dorrigo,” a single with the vibrancy of “Graceland”-era Paul Simon. In the lighthearted video, Roberto dukes it out with a cell phone, but the journey that brought him to L.A., much of it on a bicycle, makes for a better story.

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Ears Wide Open: Hey, King!

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Hey, King!, the indie-rock duo of Natalie London and Taylor Plecity, are working with Ben Harper on an album due next year via Anti- Records. “Half Alive” finds London summoning the strength to overcome a debilitating illness through the love of her partner.