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  • The Sometimes Island

    Tropical indie pop band, The Sometimes Island, just released their latest EP, “Beverly & Barbara”, which peaked at #2 internationally on Apple’s Alternative chart, beating out Billie Eilish. The band sold out the Troubadour in LA on November 13, and is in the midst of a national tour.

    LA Weekly noted “their single Phantom Limb cracked the Top 40 Radio charts… and by the looks of it - they aren’t anywhere near finished with the climb.” Buzznet called the Bad People EP “the future of synthpop”.

    Their hit single Acapulco debuted in the Top 100 on Apple’s Pop chart, and the band clocks a million monthly listeners on Spotify.
     
  • Well Well Well

    Psychedelic-folk-synthpop band Well Well Well features guitarist Seton Edgerton and drummer Dan Nichols, both from the group Barbarian, which had opened for Arctic Monkeys and toured with Bat for Lashes.
  • One Hot Planet

    One Hot Planet is an up and coming group from Southern California composed of two saxophones and a drum set. The group combines a variety effects and musical backgrounds to create a unique sound that infects the crowd with dance and emotion. Their sound takes qualities from a variety of different music genres including Dance, EDM, Rock, Pop, and Metal and combines them into one form that is sure to captivate an audience which is unexpecting of a group of this instrumentation. Their shows demand the full attention of the audience as they express themselves through their instruments, literally giving them life as they force air through their horns to create captivating grooves and banging melodies that are sure to please. The group has a long way to go on their journey into the world of music, which is unique to such a young group, and as a result their music is ever changing around their exclusive base style.
  • Sunsets

    Sunsets is an electronic dance/r&b producer from San Diego, California. He combines a new wave of electronic music with a crossover of organic music genres like funk, indie soul and pop. Inspired by the sounds of SG Lewis, Tame Impala and Kaytranada, Sunsets takes each release to a new dimension of constant creativity and imagination.