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Serving up fresh Bay Area talent.

George Cochrane

George Cochrane has been releasing electronic music for over 8 years under various pseudonyms and spanning many eclectic sub-genres- from banging dancefloor tech house to funky downtempo produced completely from live beatbox samples. "The White Pinecone" represents a departure from that sound into a more song-oriented direction- riveting, immediate, and uniquely personal, while still holding onto a dancefloor friendly vibe.

French Miami

Loosely speaking, French Miami is a rock band. Using rock music as a starting point, French Miami use its structures as the glue holding together more abstract musical ideas: dizzying, jagged guitar riffs anchored around pulsing synths, harmonized finger-tapping accenting tightly wound grooves, precise stop-start timing. And although part of a lineage of a number of great bands from the Touch and Go/Southern golden era, Jason Heiselmann's melodic, memorable vocals weave the bands more technical ideas into a unique realm which may too gritty for pop, yet too hooky not to be.

Cubik & Origami

Foreseeing the apocalypse, the mid-80s Dust Brothers traveled back in time and kidnapped King Tubby, Jean Michel Jarre and Curtis Mayfield, forcing them to produce an album and share awkward meals with My Bloody Valentine and Talking Heads. Having stolen Four Tet's MPC, Danger Mouse's budget, Daniel Johnston's meds and a crate of records from Afrika Bambaata's basement, the group created what would later be considered the last great work of the pre-mutant era.

The Collapsible Mammals

The Collapsible Mammals was formed in 2006 by Chris Avitabile in Los Angeles, CA. After years of collecting sounds and instruments, records throughout America, and traveling and eating interesting dishes in various international locales, Chris and friends decided to make a record. Things got interesting, and soon a collection of seemingly soundtrack like, instrumental(ish), get in the car and drive to an undisclosed location type creations started popping up.

Jason Paul Heiselmann

coming soon.

Compulse

coming soon.