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Fell Runner weave breezy art-pop on "Come Home," play Bootleg Bar on 6/19

Every note Fell Runner plays fills the ears with a sense of discovery. The art-rock quartet's latest, "Come Home," weaves intricate guitar lines over polyrhythmic drum fills. Their integration of instruments blends seamlessly with a vibrancy that reflects their learned abilities, while also showcasing a spontaneity that sounds charmingly personalized. The band presents a melancholic scenario through their yearning pleas, and yet it brims with life—they harmonize together in playful accord, shrugging their lament with a wide-ranging sound that is both breezy and engaging. 

"Come Home" is the first single off Fell Runner's forthcoming second album, Talking, out June 29 via YES PLZ. Catch them at Bootleg Bar on June 19. Juan Rodríguez

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Punk

Time: 
07:00
Band name: 
Sumo Princess
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
facebook.com/sumoprincess
Venue name: 
The Bootleg Theater
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Dance

Time: 
06:00
Band name: 
Ricky Rebel
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/RickyRebelRocks/
Venue name: 
The Legendary All3y
Band email: 
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The Deli LA Premieres: Karmic bring the house down on "X Marks the Spot"

Karmic invites listeners to let go and live in the moment on "X Marks the Spot." The latest electro-pop bash by the six piece—led by duo Kylee Katch and Laura Baruch—has an energetic bounce that sounds tailor-made to end an encore on a high note. They intersperse jubilant, soulful vocals over prominent synth stabs, expressing their simple lyrical sentiments with a playful eye-wink. Make that two for two for Karmic after their equally infectious "Higher Self," a confident introduction that shows their impeccable flair for lush, dance-oriented pop.

"X Marks the Spot" is the second single off of Karmic's forthcoming EP, due out in late May. 

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Will Fox shares reflective new video, "Waiting"

 Time is rushing for Will Fox—and he's content just letting it move like a slow breeze. On the video for his latest, "Waiting," the folk-rock singer-songwriter ambles and plays his guitar around a beautiful countryside alongside scenic, time-lapsed photography. Fox's mellifluous croon is both pronounced and mysterious, a gentle coo that brushes over his warm, lilting arrangements. He moves past his lament with calm self-reflection, letting the nature that surrounds him fill him with some wisdom and understanding. 

"Waiting" is the first single off Fox's debut full-length album, Which Way, due out July 12 on Twosyllable Records. He's performing at Love Song Bar with fellow Los Angeles Police Department band colleague Ryan Pollie on May 18. Juan Rodríguez

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