Holy Golden's music blends euphoric dream-pop with lo-fi garage rock to create songs that feel both vulnerable and mysterious. They've been likened to The Cranberries, Cocteau Twins, and Dolly Parton backed by the Jesus and Mary Chain. Their creative process is a labyrinthian breadcrumb trail fueled by their deepest sorrows and brightest fantasies, which ultimately leads them towards their imaginative kingdom of sound.
DIngbat Superminx is a band that rejects passive performance, imparts serious humor, and celebrates the spectacle of authenticity. Aaron Baker's twisting pop music is administered by a troupe of performance artists who create an experience that cannot be financialized, repurposed, or translated to static mediums.
Miss Moist makes noise pop in her bedroom in Oakland, Ca. She sings about sweet things, like candy, love, but also the stench of broken hearts, and broken dreams.