New York based 4-piece group, Charly Bliss is a sonic explosion of pure joy and infectious energy. With crunchy guitars, bouncy basslines, and the gritty vocals of frontwoman Eva Hendricks, their sound is reminiscent of ’90s alt-rock and bubblegum pop. Their first album, Guppy, produced by Joe Chiccarelli (Spoon, Morrissey, Flogging Molly), arrived on Barsuk Records in April 2017. They supported the album on tours with groups including Death Cab for Cutie and Wolf Parade. They are set to performing this August supporting Beach Bunny and The Beths.
Watch: NPR Tiny Desk “Charly Bliss”
Sounds Like: Veruca Salt, Breeders, That Dog
Militarie Gun is a fiercely dynamic band that embodies the essence of hardcore. Hailing from LA, this powerhouse group delivers a raw and unapologetic sound that hits you like a sonic punch to the gut. Their music is an adrenaline-fueled blend of guitars, thunderous drums, and provocative lyrics. Militarie Gun’s songs channel the spirit of rebellion and give voice to the outsiders. With their high-energy performances and unrelenting passion, they ignite a fire within their audience, leaving a lasting impression.
Sounds Like: Drug Church, Fiddlehead, Turnstile
Over the past year, following the disbandment of Moth Wings, the previous stage name for LA-based musician Spencer Fort, a new persona emerged: Mothé. Fort’s musical journey under Moth Wings was marked by impressive achievements, including accumulating over 1 million streams and securing a place on four different Billboard charts in 2018. Mothé signifies a fresh beginning for the artist, who shows no signs of slowing down. In 2020, Fort introduced Mothé with the energetic indie rock/pop track “You’re So Cool,” which swiftly paved the way for the debut EP “Cindi” to follow. Mothé will be supporting Teen Suicide on tour this Summer.
Sounds Like: Oso Oso, HUNNY, Car Seat Headrest