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Sleepy Kitty Music
http://sleepykittymusic.com/
“Bright colorful and relatively analog, with leanings toward The Ramones or ’60s girl groups if Brian Eno had taken up the production. Good fun!” – NPR
“Grimy meets shiny in Sleepy Kitty’s music. The duo’s chugging drums and crunchy guitars are sweetened by catchy melodies and vocal harmonies that summon memories of 1960s-era girl groups.”
– Boston Globe

Big Bliss (NYC)
http://bigblissesr.bandcamp.com/
“Keep Near is a glistening, energetic continuation of what Robert Smith so eloquently popularized in the late 1970s. It is modern yet nostalgic, a wonderful example of post-punk that will have you excited about the genre again” -Annalise Domenighini, NOISEY
“Their music jets along on classic-sounding post-punk melodies, with guitars usually chiming rather than crunching. But, like all good post-punk, there’s a bit of darkness lurking in the corners.” -Jon Schaefer, SOUNDCHECK

Fruit & Flowers (NYC)
http://www.fruitxflowers.com/
Formed in the summer of 2015, Fruit & Flowers creates kinetic and melodic rock and roll with a strong personality. The band has been extremely active in New York’s music scene and has become known for electrifying performances, heavy bass, searing guitar solos, warm and psychedelic rhythm guitar, hypnotic drumming and distinctive three-part harmonies. Chaotic and captivating, dynamic and driving; Fruit & Flowers’ debut EP, Drug Tax, is planned for release in 2017.
“Think swirls meets riffs meets all the feels” –Oh My Rockness

The Cell Phones
http://www.cellphonesband.com/
The Cell Phones are a loud and emotional ball of magic and energy. Watch at close range, listen at loud volumes.

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