Amped up garage rock that's heavy on the feedback and power chords.
DJ Odd Nosdam
Slow, pulsating hip-hop-inspired ambient electro loops.
Haunting acapella singer whose skills with a loop machine make her a onewoman choir.
Loud, drone-y experimental music that manages to seem unplanned yet carefully choreographed.
Fractured post-punk meets guitar-swirled psychedelia backed by hyperkinetic visual live show
Shouty, homemade-sounding punkish songs twisted up with woozy guitars and splashy drums.
Bluesy garage rockers drop sugar sweet melodies over raw, dirty guitars.
This trio infuses rhythmic complexity into rock format.
Island influence and a Casio keyboard dominate hand clappy hip-hop.
Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt
Slightly loopy piano-based pop, with electronic flourishes and chanted vocals. Accessorized with party.
Shiny, plastic electro dripping with the glamorous decadence of a disco ball.
Bare boned and stripped down bluesy alt-rock with a slight rustic edge.
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