Aaron Mendelsohn and Ariel Loh's ambient, cinematic soundscapes have quickly turned heads. Accurately described by Discobelle as "chillwave-inspired bliss", Drinker have caught the attention of KCRW and Spotify, who included Drinker on several of its curated playlists.
is a composer and master synthesist who has been making music since the 1960s. His albums span many genres, including everything from pop and rock to more abstract, evocative instrumental pieces.
Hailing from Estonia, Holy Motors is a five-piece twang and reverb band featuring three guitarists. They are cowboys at heart who come off as shoegazers through their presence and dreamcatchers in their music.
is warm and cold, retro and futuristic at the same time. With a wide palette of vocal styles, Falcone blends their influences into an emotional pastiche of R&B, New Wave and dark, cinematic pop.
Sun June makes regret pop in Austin, Texas. Laura Colwell and Stephen Salisbury formed the band while working long hours in director Terrence Malick’s editing rooms, practicing in the office whenever Malick was out of town. Their line up was solidified by the addition of Michael Bain on guitar, Sarah Schultz on drums, and Justin Harris on bass
Erin Tobey’s most recent album, Middlemaze, starts with energetic numbers that stomp with shimmering guitars and pop-punk propulsion. This soon gives way to Tobey’s quintessential starry folk, depicting married love and apocalyptic dread with equal tenderness.
is a dreamer in the modern world, channeling dub, funk and art rock through his analog studio in Oakland, CA.
are a seasoned ensemble known for an extensive catalog of folk-pop albums, as well as their contributions to Cartoon Network's Adventure Time - "Island Song", "No Wonder I" and "I Look Up To You".