And photog Annie Lesser was there to shoot the epic show.
Pr0files returns with a Bob Dylan-inspired music video for their pulsing, mid-tempo single, “Empty Hands,” off their forthcoming debut album Jurassic Technologie (STRAIGHT A RECORDS). Shot in B&W, the one-shot video features the synth-pop duo standing in the desert outside Joshua Tree while flipping lyrics cards which they claim reveal intimate details behind the track’s inspiration.
Snowbank is a new project by multi-instrumentalist Ryan Bergeron and vocalist Keila Roldan. Together, the Echo Park denizens produce an uncanny soundscape of dark trip-pop beats, spacewave synths, and neo-R&B intentions via a beautiful androgynous vox. Here’s their debut single “bad thing.”
“This is what they told you was love.”
Snowbank will perform on December 16th at The Lost Night Tavern.
Venice Beach-based duo The Palms returns with another solid single “Future Love (We All Make Mistakes).” The track carries a steady pop pace via choppy keys, midtempo beats, and a reggae-ish vocal delivery ideal for a stroll on the strand during sunset.
“You know I’ll be there in the morning.”
The Brinks is the collaboration of producer Matt Friedman and vocalist Scott Mellis. Together, the Venice Beach-based duo conjures an alt-pop ambience of epic intentions propelled by digi-percussion, edgy effects, and an oh-so-soulful falsetto. Here’s the uptempo single, “Limit of a Deadline,” off their forthcoming debut EP, Temporary Love, dropping December 4th via Louder Than Life/Sony Music Entertainment.
“Cause all we have is right now…”
Our favorite poptress, Mereki, returns with another leaked single “Dth Buny.” Continuing the edgy direction of her previous hit “Jenny,” the new song jolts up adrenaline by fusing fierce shreds, uncanny synths, and shouting vocals into a sound she aptly labels as “death pop.”
“I need someone to touch me.”
Mereki will perform on December 17th at The Satellite.