Growing up in Baltimore, but now based in the South Bay area of LA, singer songwriter Tex Moonlight fuses together Americana and Electronica, creating a sound he’s dubbed, “Americonica”. His latest single, ‘Roll You Up’, is the lead track on his debut album, ‘Moonshot’, which he released on November 15 last year.
Progressive House, Electro House, and Trance Future Bass are all styles that David Reed and Chad Cisneros have experimented with in over a decade of working together as Tritonal. They’ve won the respect and recognition of some of the biggest names in electronic music, including Armin van Buuren, Steve Aoki, Nicky Romero, Above & Beyond, to name a few. They’ve taken Tritonal to the Electric Daisy Carnival, the Electric Zoo, Creamfields in Australia, Ultra Music Festival, and other top notch EDM events. On top of all that, with ‘Air Up There’, and their new Tritonia show on Sirius XM, they show themselves to be both skilled and discerning radio hosts.
If you think Los Angeles is one of those places that you need a car to get around, then you’ve probably not been there. Take Downtown LA – DTLA to the locals and those who know – it’s best to navigate it on foot, and that way you get to see the alleyways and back streets that show the City Of Angels in its truest offbeat light. Tremble are all Los Angelinos, and the trio know their way around the often grimy neighbourhoods of the city’s centre. ‘What Is Anything’, the band’s latest single, is a love letter to LA, with the video a sleekly stylish tour of Little Tokyo, and the Arts District.
The goal of The Silver Snails is to create the world’s finest pop rock, and to open hearts through sound, light, and word. A joint Italian and US venture between lead singer Lucas Ward and his wife Elisa Fantini, The Silver Snails take their inspiration from their home in the wine country of Romangna, Italy, yet at the same time they create contemporary pop-rock for a global audience.
Delerium started in the late 1980s as a side project for Bill Leeb and Michael Balch, who were both at that time part of the electro-industrial group, Front Line Assembly. Balch left the group in 1989, after the release of their first album, ‘Faces, Form & Illusions’. The band was joined by Rhys Fulber soon after. Delerium have blended everything from dark trance, to electro-pop, and since the release of their album, ‘Semantic Spaces’, in 1994, they’ve teamed up with guest vocalists, releasing classics such as ‘Silence’, which featured Sarah McLachlan. More recently, their track ‘Stay’, appeared on their album ‘Mythologie’, which was released on Philadelphia label, Metropolis Records, in 2016.
From Nijmegen in the Netherlands, DJ and Producer ATSOLOK is best known for his ability to produce any genre or beat, and mix all of them when performing live on stage. He spends most of his time in the studio creating new tracks. ‘Dance With The Devil’ sees him collaborate with Future Cartel, with whom he’s worked previously.