Formerly known as PK - Established February 13th 2013 - San Luis Obispo, CA. Travis Hawley - Vocals
Nick Fotinakes - Guitar
Mikel Van Kranenburg - Bass
Matt DePauw - Guitar
Rico Rodriguez - Drums
Indie pop trio Little Daylight made their mark with a grip of remixes for bands like Penguin Prison, Passion Pit, and Freelance Whales but they prove their dancefloor acumen with their own track “Overdose.” Fans of the new movement of esoteric pop — HAIM, Sky Ferreira — should find a new favorite with this one.
The Night Terrors of 1927 are an indie/alternative pop duo based out of Los Angeles, California. The duo consists of Jarrod Gorbel (former lead vocalist of The Honorary Title) and Blake Sennett (ex-guitarist for Rilo Kiley.
"Robert DeLong seems like one of those kids beamed here from a future world where all threads of music have been stitched together into some kind of vibrant cloth. His hybrid of electronica samples from pop, folk, house, dubstep and glitch... " - Kevin Bronson, Buzzbands.la
Panama Wedding is a music project by Peter Kirk from New York City, United States with support by Lauren Zettler, Jared McCarthy, Brett Spigelman and Kenny Bernard. Panama Wedding is signed to Glassnote Records.
MisterWives was formed in 2012 where the three New York natives set out to produce, and perform their independently composed music. Their sound has been described as indie-pop-soul and has been well received in some of New York’s most notable venues. The core members include Mandy Lee (vocals/keys) William Hehir (bass) and Etienne Bowler (drums).
Penguin Prison is Chris Glover from New York, who first rose to prominence with a college band called "The Smartest People at Bard", whose demos came to the attention of Q-Tip and, through him, Interscope.
Sir Sly is an American indie pop band formed and based in Los Angeles, California. The band is fronted by vocalist Landon Jacobs with instrumentalists Jason Suwito and Hayden Coplen accompanying him. While they originally operated anonymously, the trio gradually built a steady following and managed to top The Hype Machine chart, eventually revealing their identities.
Two bands, listed below in chronological order, have used this name: 1. A duo consisting of Alain Johannes and Natasha Shneider who released one self-titled album in 1987. The single “Daddy’s Coming Home” received some alternative radio and MTV airplay. In 1990, Johannes and Shneider formed Eleven.