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Stream: BEL, ‘Forget Everything’


BEL’s “Forget Everything” is an indie-rocker tinged with regret for having taken a relationaship out of the friend zone. Made with Jackson Phillips (Day Wave), it’s the singer-songwriter’s fourth single of 2023, arriving as she embarks on a tour supporting Gatlin that brings her to the Echo on Oct. 15.

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Ears Wide Open: Devon Again


Thanks to her 2022 EP and the singles that have followed, Colorado native Devon Again has been rising in pop circles. Her latest release, “Deep,” is “not that deep,” she sings … or is it?

Ears Wide Open: Polyglam


New indie-pop trio Polyglam — Allie Stamler, Rachel White and John Sinclair — have released but two singles, including “Town” (out today). They play with your heart … and equilibrium.


Stream: Go Betty Go, ‘Keep Up’


Working around guitarist Betty Cisneros’ treatments for cancer, pop-punk quartet Go Betty Go have finished their first full-length since 2005. The typically adrenaline-charged “Keep Up” is the first single.

Ears Wide Open: Towa Bird


First known for her guitar heroics on social media, Towa Bird will release her debut album, “American Hero,” next year. Three singles in, there’s a lot to like about the 24-year-old who describes her sound as “if ’70s classic rock and ’90s Britpop had a baby, and the baby was queer, Asian and a woman.”

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Video: Chris Farren, ‘First Place’


Chris Farren’s new album “Doom Singer” is full of hooks and humor; the videos for “First Place” and “Bluish” are good points of entry as the L.A.-based singer-songwriter tours across the U.S. en route to a Monday show at El Cid.

Stream: Greatest Hits … This Week (Vol. 266)


Music from Janelane, Geographer, Nic Hessler, JESSA, Hooveriii, Pluto Saffron, Wait. Think. Fast. (feat. Ceci Bastida), Ilsey, Rigby, Cayucas, Katelyn Tarver, SPELLES, Ciao Howdy, Cold War Kids, Coma Girls and more on Buzz Bands LA’s latest mix.