We’re extremely proud to present Modern Howl’s new EP Adorations on Mountain Fighting.
They have an extremely diverse sound, but if you’re a fan of dark electronic dance music, look no further, you’ve found some of the best released since the late 80s right here. Check out their first single “Down Syndrome” which is a Free Download from the Mountain Fighting store:
Finally, an official collection of songs from the Kids! Or, three official collections of songs. “Kitty”, “It Is What It Isn’t”, and “Dirty Numbers” are now available streaming, as digital downloads, or as a Limited Edition 3 CD-R collection via http://prisonforkids.bandcamp.com/
An early contender for album of the year, Brandy Kills Dead Love Songs will pretty much slay any dance floor you unleash it upon. The first single “Undressed” is an absolute masterpiece of dark electronic synth pop. We are extremely proud to present this album, check it out, it’s a free download right now from I VACATION IN YOUR HELL. Check out the interview there as well, and the mixtape he made for IVIYH.
We’ve been fans of CANS for quite some time, and we’re extremely excited to present this amazing new record, one of his best from an amazing catalog of music. If you’re not familiar with his stuff check out his band page to learn more, and pick up The Billon Dollar Bomb, a huge experimental electronic album we can’t say enough good things about, featuring album art by A $ $ R^IN: https://soundcloud.com/sssno-o.
Fresh from the Kids’ forthcoming Kitty EP comes “Bees & Aches”; a powerful, emotional, post-rock mini-epic.
An incredible remix featuring one of Mountain Fighting’s newest signings Byrdsol.
We’re very proud to present Picobot’s new album Melanie Griffith, sure to be one of your favorites this year! Here’s the amazing first single “Mini Blind Silhouette”:
Another dark pop gem from electronic collective Los Angeles.
Low Fevers is the perfect song for your dreamy summer mix. A languid kaleidoscope of sound, with hints of Beck, Lou Reed, and Real Estate. Here you can listen to and download a free mp3 of Low Fevers, and other tracks from their forthcoming LP:
Waterlaso is back with what they do best, writing some of the most melodic, emotional and timeless indie pop around. The Cure meets the Pains of Being Pure At Heart meets Belle & Sebastian. Blazing and majestic synth, blares gently over what LA Record has called Waterlaso’s signature “Speed Shoegaze.” This track is from one of two simultaneous album releases the band are putting out track by track, this one entitled A Dictionary of Sailing, and this song, its first single, is called “Rosebell.” This being the band’s 5th LP and second this year, whole-lotta shit going down for Waterlaso. Free download of the track here:
Directed by Math Tinder. Blank Frank makes his second vocal appearance on the Los Angeles song “Sexual Humiliation.”
Taking great influence from The Knife, Talking Heads and Fad Gadget on their latest single “R. Kelly,” the artist explores a dark situation of being attracted to someone who hurts you.
A song about accepting failure.
Cesar Ochoa - Vocals/Guitar/Bass
Christopher Dreisbach - Guitar
Keith Krey - Drums
Produced by Michael Cameron
Waterlaso returns from the dead and is ready to release its fourth LP, a lo-fi electronic dance masterpiece titled Wet on Mountain Fighting. The band dedicate the album’s first single, “Heartbreak Celebration,” to John Maus, Ariel Pink, The Bee Gees, Kool & The Gang and George Benson, who all influenced the song.
Prison for Kids contrasts softly soaring dreaminess and garage rock aggression. Their new single, “Suggestion,” showcases their emotional depth and provides a glimpse into their diverse, yet cohesive catalogue.