Cherub‘s Facebook accurately describes them as, “…the dance love child of 80′s funk and pop music from the future.” This electro-pop duo from Nashville, Tennessee, evokes high energy, passion, and a raging crowd wherever they go. “Doses and Mimosas” is their most popular track from their 2012 album, Mom & Dad. Producer Noah Hyde from Boise, Idaho, delivers a fresh synth-pop version of the track.
This five piece indie pop group from New York City is in the midst of a breakthrough with their retro yet modern characteristics and vocals reminiscent of Steve Nicks. Haerts‘ debut EP, Hemiplegia, released October 2nd, was co-produced by St. Lucia and features aspects of 80′s throwback pop. Indie/electro/pop L.A. trio, Wildcat! Wildcat!, successfully remixed the track with perfectly infused synths and bass, elevating it to be better than the original. Catch Wildcat! Wildcat! on tour with MS MR, October 16th and 17th at the Troubadour in West Hollywood.
London Grammar is an electro/indie-pop trio from Nottingham, England. Their music has been described as “a blend of ambient, ethereal and classical sounds” with emotionally driven guitar, vocals, and lyrics. Lead singer Hannah Reid‘s powerful voice has previously been compared to the fabulous Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine. JOBE, another artist from the UK, gives this song a deep house remake with thumping drums, brooding vocals, and a rumbling bassline guaranteed to initiate shivers. The original of this track is featured on London Grammar‘s debut album, If You Wait, released September 9th. They are also performing tonight at the Troubadour in West Hollywood with Jaymes Young.