We're amped to announce the latest addition to our bourgeoning roster – Los Angeles’ duo Electric Guest. Lead by the dynamic Asa Taccone paired with Matthew Compton, Electric Guest has the ears and heart of the Grammy Award-winning producer Danger Mouse (Gnarls Barkley, Broken Bells, Gorillaz), who signed on to co-produce their debut album.
Already setting the blog-a-sphere a buzz with KROQ and KCRW singing their praises, Electric Guest produce psychedelic soul-pop melody-driven, get up, get down danceathons with a modern twist. Electric Guest took CMJ in New York by storm recently with several shows getting the industry a flutter.
“A lingering conversation (and walk to your car)with your crush after last call; the nostalgic daydreams of memorable decade-old moment in time; the seductive taste of someone’s breath right before you kiss them. Every once in a while there is a band that breaks through the stale inanimate boundaries of modern musical genres and seems to psycho-sonically sum up the story of one’s life. That band has become Electric Guest.” KROQ
Please join us in welcoming our new bedfellow with a little foreplay in the form of a free download of ‘American Daydream’ at www.facebook.com/dewprocess.
It’s just a taste of what’s to come with debut album “Mondo” hitting Australia in 2012.
Bernard Fanning offers up ‘GROW AROUND YOU’ lifted from his latest #1 album Departures. Berneard and his band will be stopping by the Fotty Show AFL Grand Final show on Thursday 26th September for a special televised headline-performance.
Returning in a wall of shimmering synth and hook-laden guitars, Guineafowl delivers a partnering video for new single ‘Little Death (Make It Rain)’ and announces details of a special EP launch night taking over Sydney’s Club 77 on Thursday 10th October
Whitley returns in 2013 with a new album "Even The Stars Are A Mess" featuring the single 'My Heart Is Not A Machine'
"Like A Thief" captures the band’s powerful dynamism and potent lyricism that hits hard at their live shows. Including singles ‘Empty Hands’ and ‘Above the Water’