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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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Los Angeles Police Department share video for intimately haunting "Drugs"

Within the first minute of "Drugs," the latest single by Los Angeles Police Department, lead singer Ryan Pollie breaks the fourth wall by assuming his impending demise. "I won't be dead for long / I will get trapped in this song," Pollie asserts as he leisurely strums with an unhurried elegance. But "Drugs" has a darker undercurrent which belies its otherwise genial complexion, a trait that Pollie also abides by on its performance-based promo cut. 

Los Angeles Police Department are currently holding a residency at the Bootleg Theater throughout the month of November. The band's self-titled full-length came out earlier this year via Anti-Records. Juan Rodríguez


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Los Angeles Police Department to play Constellation Room (9.8) + Bootleg Residency (11.6)

The new minimalistic video for “If I Lied” (streaming below) by singer-songwriter Los Angeles Police Department (aka Ryan Pollie) is cute, quirky, and makes the most of the little things in life (like watching the National Dog Show, or a great late show special) to tell a story about the bridge between reality and imagination. Pollie’s vocals carry the listener through a dreamy, melodic track that is both breezy and driven. Los Angeles Police Department will be playing his next show on September 8th at the Constellation Room, and then following up with a residency at Bootleg that begins on November 6th. - Lilly Milman

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Los Angeles Police Department combats the anxieties of love on "Hard"

I find quite apropos that we're getting such a sublime track about contemplating courtship on this pre-Valentine's day weekend. The latest by Los Angeles Police Department, "Hard", the nom de plume of Ryan Pollie, was written in a period where Pollie was ruminating on what it means to be in love,especially when things are starting to get serious: how can it possibly be going so well, and when will it all turn bad. He's addressing a very legitimate fear, though as he asserts himself in the song's chamber arrangements, the best (and only way) to get through it is to try to set aside the psychological anguish and focus on what's going well. 

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Clean up at Dirty Laundry TV's Summer Fest 6.21.15

2k15's summer fest game is getting stronger by the week: indie music web series Dirty Laundry TV hosts its own Summer Fest, happening this Sunday from 1:30 PM till 12 AM at The Satellite. 

Mainstage performers include triple-threat Rob Zabrecky + members of Possum Dixon, Mike Watt & The Missingmen, Colleen Green, Kera and The Lesbians, Deep Fields, and more, with Sunshine Mind and Gateway Drugs just recently added on.

There will also be an acoustic side stage featuring Samira of Winter, Nima of So Many Wizards, Los Angeles Police Department, Bobby T. and the Slackers, and Joel Jerome, to name a few.

And last but not least, your event DJs Andrew King (Crystal Antlers), Mariana Timony (Lo-Pie), and McAllister (KXLU 88.9 FM) will round out the moshpit and dance floor all day and night.

This event has NO advance sales; tickets are $10 before 6 PM and $12 after. Yes, you'll get in, especially if you come out in the daytime (but not if you're under 21). There will also be a swap meet with local vendors and labels like Danger Collective Records and Porch Party Records, and food by HACHÉ LA —best burgers imo.

Not sure who's on the list/too lazy to look them up? Hype yourself with Dirty Laundry's Spotify playlist of Summer Fest artists!

About Dirty Laundry TV: created in August 9, 2009, Dirty Laundry TV started as laundromat interviews with bands like The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, Local Natives, Warpaint, Surfer Blood, and more.It has since grown to include curated shows at local venues, compilation releases, event coverage, and general Los Angeles badassery. - Ryan Mo


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