Best Coast and Wavves have announced a co-headline tour this winter called Summer Is Forever II. Touring on the heels of their new records…Read More
Bethany Cosentino was no stranger to the stage when she began working on recordings with bandmate Bobb Bruno under the name Best Coast in 2009. A former child actress, Cosentino had started writing songs in her teens, and had garnered a strong online following by the time she was 17 thanks to a handful of squeaky-clean pop tunes she made available on her MySpace page under the nom de teen pop Bethany Sharayah. “I had interest from major labels,” she said in a 2009 interview with PopSense. “And it was kind of overwhelming and I realized that I wasn’t ready to be a ‘pop princess.'” In the years that followed, Cosentino put in time as a member of the spacy experimental pop group Pocahaunted and went to school in New York. She moved back to Los Angeles in 2009, at which point she started working with Bruno on Best Coast’s first demos.
Nathan Williams, frontman for Wavves and owner of Ghost Ramp Records, is launching a monthly subscription service featuring exclusive physical releases and apparel. Inaugural…Read More
Californian duo Best Coast have today released a new lyric video for their track “In My Eyes” taken from their California Nights album. Shot…Read More
Dumb Numbers is Australian video maker and musician Adam Harding with a revolving cast of musical collaborators, including Lou Barlow (Sebadoh, Dinosaur Jr), Dale…Read More
Today sees the release of Best Coast’s new video for the single “Feeling OK,” off the band’s third album, California Nights, now out on…Read More
Ahead of the new release Feels Like, Bully is sharing the brand new video for “Trying”. The clip is directed by David Kleiler who…Read More
Frontwoman Beth Constantino aptly described “The Only Place” to Pitchfork as “grown-up” and “seriously emo”.Read More