The Southern California six-piece was formed in early 2014 by a group of long time friends and musicians. Hunny's charismatic sound draws from a blend of 1980's post-punk and their undying love for Prince.
HUNNY worked with producer/engineer Doug Boehm (Girls, Tokyo Police Club, Christopher Owens) on the new single "Cry for Me" which garnered more than 200,000 plays in it's first 2 months on Soundcloud, charting on the Top "Most Popular Tracks" on Hype Machine. The band also gained local support from KROQ where the single hit #1 on KROQ's Locals Only Show. Hunny has played sold out shows across the US including hometown dates at The Satellite and The Troubadour.
HUNNY is Jason Yarger, Jake Goldstein, Jacob Munk, Gregory Horne, Kevin Grimmett, and Joey Anderson.
American punk band from Northampton, Massachusetts.
King Shlelter is a four piece "Salad Rock" band from Southern California.
"The song [Holy Ghost] eventually ends leaving you begging for more..." Obey Clothing, "Emerging Artist of the Week"
French Vanilla is a feminist art-punk band based in Los Angeles consisting of Max Albeck (drums), Ali Day (guitar/bass), Sally Spitz (vocals), and Daniel Trautfield (bass/sax). FV regulates the dance floor with vocal freneticism, punchy basslines, and dramatic sax. Half-driven by a desire to challenge the established SoCal music scene, dominated by a few influential (male) tastemakers, and half by a desire to engage with friends, FV started in LA's queer punk underground. Influenced by generations of feminist punks before them, the band believes in the supremely generative nature of women's and/or BFF's collaborating and they hope to spread this message until all dude-rock bands cease to exist. More than anything, FV wants you to have fun at their shows so they deliver performances with infectious energy and enthusiasm. Catch them playing at DIY spaces like Pehrspace and COOLWORLD PARTY LA, weird bars, or at Part-Time Punks. Say hi, they want to hang.
Ramonda Hammer is a Los Angeles grunge band who's name comes from a lady featured on the early 2000s reality television show Cheaters. The show is funny and sad, kind of how front-woman and band founder Devin Davis writes her songs. "Davis is the queen of grunge” (KSPC), playing with quirky chord progressions, and dynamic, biting vocal melodies. The other three fourths of Ramonda Hammer - Andy Hengl, Justin Geter, and Mark Edwards - turn these songs into fully flourished anthems, "crunchy, grungey, no-B.S. ’90s-style alt-rock” (Buzzbands LA). The band self-released their debut album Whatever That Means in the spring of 2016, and received critical acclaim from Impose Magazine, EARMILK, PureVolume, Fuse TV, and many other notable music publications. The band then signed with indie label New Professor and released the hit single “Zombie Sweater” that fall, gaining recognition from BrooklynVegan, She Shreds Magazine, Blurred Culture, and more. Ramonda Hammer was named one of "LA's hardest-working bands of 2016" (Oh My Rockness), and one of the “best LA emerging bands of 2017” (The Deli Magazine). They will be releasing a new EP in the summer of 2017 and touring all over the U.S. and Canada. Visit RamondaHammer.com for tour dates and follow Ramonda Hammer on all forms of social media to be a part of the journey!