"The Harpoons are a four-piece group from Melbourne, Australia whose catalog of sweet tracks dances along the borders between sultry R&B, pop, and fuzzy electronic. Off stage, The Harpoons are brothers Henry and Jack Mardin, Bec Rigby, and Martin King." - FADER
Blonde Maze (9:30)
Blonde Maze is the solo project of indie-electronic musician Amanda Steckler based in New York. After spending two years traveling between New York & London documenting her travels via synths, bells, and vocals, she compiled four of her most personal tracks to form her debut release, Oceans EP.
JR Nelson is the future R&B project of 21-year old Brooklyn-based producer and DJ Jon Nelson. The classically trained pianist and multi-instrumentalist has migrated away from his roots to bring an easy, downtempo reimagination to R&B and indie electronic music. His debut “Skinny Love” remix hit #3 on Hype Machine’s Remix chart and #15 on overall, and amassed over 100,000 plays in under one month. Over his 4 years as an experienced DJ, JR Nelson has performed 200+ shows with audiences ranging from house party basements to stadiums. His live set focuses on bringing a fun, future vibe to modern R&B, hip-hop and electronic music.
Bent Denim builds beautiful, narrative driven songs by swapping tracks over email between their respective home bases of
Nashville and New Orleans.
Sweet Bronco's music incorporates a range of styles - mostly in the neighborhood of melodic psych bossgaze and 60s folk rock. They are a five piece band employing traditional 60s rock instruments like guitars and drums and organs and vocal chords.
Chomp is comprised of members of Cloud Nothings (Joe Boyer and Jayson Gerycz) and Total Babes (Chris Brown).
If listening to teenage rock bands too often brings to mind the adage about youth being wasted on the young, then the teenage rock bands you're listening to aren't the Nox Boys. The Pittsburgh garage-rockers bring a wild, youthful abandon together with big, sophisticated sounds. Recalling everything from '60s originals like The Sonics and The Standells to the current crop of fuzz-rockers like The Black Lips and Broncho -- and three of them are still in high school.