Once upon a time there was a Mermaid named Rain who lived in her own musical world. She lived in the cool ocean waters of San Francisco where music was the only language. In this perfect enviroment Rain would sing and play to her hearts content, while the whales played back-up and the coral cooked up some pretty great beats.
Blending catchy and atmospheric melodies, Campsite was an indie band from Denmark formed 2004. The band played their last show on the 28th of February 2009 and split up afterwards. The band released just one album, “Names, Dates & Places”, despite performing together for seven years. The group was rehearsing new material, when they decided to call it quits.
Independent electronic artist from Vancouver, Canada and collaborator with hip-hop group, the Low Pros of Toronto, Canada. While incorporating several styles into his music, many of his remixes make noticeable use of chiptune-style sounds.
Sunday Radio, the electronic project conceived in late 2007 and headed by songwriter Zong, spans the boundaries between sub-pop, electro, ambient, and indie-rock. Sunday Radio uses layers of bright keys, fluid synths, airy guitars, and honest vocals to bring together a truly inspiring sound.