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Amerikan Bear is a psych/garage rock four piece based in San Diego, CA. They’ve gotten press from indie blogs like Turn Up That Volume. They play regularly around Southern California and have played Austin Psych Fest,Moon Block Party and Desert Stars Festival. They have a couple of unreleased songs in the can with members of Black Angels and will be releasing new material this fall.
Coral Bones is a synth-pop duo based in Provo, UT. The first single from their upcoming EP recently debuted on PopMatters, and their song "Queensway" just premiered in The Wild Magazine. Earlier this year they played the Nylon Showcase at SXSW. They recently wrote and recorded new songs with Simon Perry (Bonnie McKee, Echo & The Bunnymen.) Coral Bones is releasing their new EP in October.
AKW is an LA-based DIY alt/electro/folk duo. Lead singer, Alex Wisner, is a LA native and has been playing shows around the LA area in various bands since was 13 years old. The band have toured the Pacific Northwest multiple times, but more recently have begun to play a lot of intimate concerts in the LA area. They also just started a concert/performance series called Treehouse.
Barbarian is a post-punk band from San Diego, CA. They were recently nominated for the San Diego Music Awards. Past gigs include opening for the Arctic Monkeys at San Diego State University in the Fall of 2014, and local gigs at venues like The Casbah, Soda Bar, and El Dorado. The band has also been featured on several "Bands To Watch" lists on local music sites.
Hidden Hospitals are an alt-rock four-piece based in Chicago, IL. They recently did an interview for The National Rock Review. Their newest LP, Surface Tension, came out in March. Here's a description of the band's music from their bio:
“Bridging the gap between Diamond Eyes era’s Deftones and Radiohead’s Kid A, Hidden Hospitals gives us a glimpse of a persistent absence in today’s rock n’ roll. For fans of: Deftones, Thrice, Massive Attack, Jimmy Eat World, Trent Reznor, Mew.”
Fictionist is a pop-rock foursome from Provo, UT. They have a solid local following, and they recently won Salt Lake City Weekly's Best of Utah Music Awards. Baeble Music dubbed them "The MGMT update of Peter Gabriel: incandescent shadow-pop." They've opened for Imagine Dragons, Vampire Weekend, Neon Trees, Robert DeLong and Shiny Toy Guns.
THE ELECTRIC SONS
The Electric Sons are an synth-pop duo from Atlanta, GA. They’ve supported acts like Capital Cities, Ellie Goulding, St. Lucia, Cherub and MS MR, among others. They were Red Bull Sound Select Artist in 2014, and they have been featured on Indie Shuffle. The band has an EP coming out end of October this year, the first single of which is coming out on 9/2. They’ll be going on tour to support the new EP in November.
THE GRIZZLED MIGHTY
Little Tybee is a progressive folk six-member band, most of whom have been playing together in various groups for more than ten years. The band has been featured in PASTE Magazine and American Songwriter Magazine. They released their last album via Paper Garden Records, but they are in a one-off deal, and they have no future commitments to that label.
Nashville’s Dax has seen their alternative rock sound used across a variety of TV shows and networks, including A&E, Bravo, Discovery, VH1, MTV, and Oxygen. They recently released a new five-song EP called Radio Mind.
Silverbird are an alternative rock four-piece based in NYC. They were recently featured in Brooklyn Magazine.
Good Graeff are a duo made up of twin sisters based in Los Angeles. They toured with Mates of State this past summer. They recently made an appearance at Relix Magazine's offices and recorded an acoustic set.
The Eiffels are an indie pop/rock trio based in Los Angeles, CA. They've gotten plenty of attention from blogs, including mentions on Baeble Music, The Deli Magazine and Mostly Junk Food. There's a post-80s rock edge to their sound.
KaiL Baxley is a singer-songwriter who blends r&b and blues with rock. He was named "One Of The Top Artists at SXSW" by NPR/All Songs Considered this year. KaiL's also gotten various mentions on NPR, PopMatters and Diffuser.fm. He released his last album, A Light That Never Dies, via Forty Below Records.
TODAY THE MOOn, TOMORROW THE SUN
Today the Moon are an electronic rock rock four-piece from Atlanta, GA. They’ve been featured on Indie Music Reviewer, Latest Disgrace and Scoutmob. They’re currently playing locally and all over the South.