Slim Charles is a band from Brooklyn. Their debut full-length album, "Small Improvements in Life and in Light," is out now!
"Doubting Thomas Cruise Control may be the best definition of a 21st century college rock band. Forming in 2010 while attending Fordham University in the Bronx, the group moved to Brooklyn after graduation. Their witty and introspective take on songwriting, spearheaded by frontman Bobby Cardos, led to a prolific output of singles, cassettes, and their debut album Builds. Already this year, DTCC released their Moonchild/Jailface split with Slushies, and now they’re finally releasing a sophomore LP." - Consequence of Sound
Howth combines the soaring heights of classic '70s rock with dynamic ambient textures inspired by Brian Eno and minimalism. Within Howth's new songs, singer/songwriter Carl Creighton gives a voice to the soul-searching outsider attempting to find a place within claustrophobic environment of the urban landscape. Like a weed pushing through a crack in the sidewalk, their music reflects the perseverance of organic over artificial.
Christopher Rutledge, better known by his alias Tokyo Megaplex, is much more than just your average producer. On top of combining captivating melodies with interesting samples ranging from the amusing to the humorous, Rutledge is an amazing visual artist, mastering in design and animation among other styles. In all ways, Tokyo Megaplex finds a way to make you smile, be it through his music or art!
Hi I am Madnap and I make electronic music