Valley Hush is the indie dream-pop project of vocalist, Lianna Vanicelli and producer/multi-instrumentalist, Alex Kaye. Formed in 2014 in Detroit, the duo have built a reputation on creating music that swells with vulnerability and speaks to our shared and binding commonality that we’re all in this strange, beautiful mess together. Their melange of reality and fantasy transcends genres with cohesion and a purposeful gaze. The band relocated to LA in late 2017 after feeling the urge to shift perspective in both their personal and creative lives. Moving from their hometown led them to a set of unexpected experiences and emotions, dramatic shifts in romance, and a refreshing energy to hone their craft and sound that inspired their most recent singles. One of which, debuted on Spotify’s “New Music Friday” playlist last August. They are currently fully-independent and working on more new material while introducing their live set to the LA scene.

Sisters Marika and Miro Justad and Tobias Kuhn have been making music together since childhood. In 2017 TANGERINE moved from Seattle to Los Angeles to pursue music full time. After recording the singles “Fever Dream” and “Sly Moon” produced by Michael Shuman (Queens of the Stone Age, Mini Mansions) and Zach Dawes (Mini Mansions) and touring the U.S. with Bleachers, they created White Dove (October 19th). It’s an 80s guitar-laced pop EP about yearning, nostalgia, female friendship & the messiness of finding yourself in your 20s. Evoking the spirit of these themes, the band shot and released two DIY music videos for their songs "Local Mall" and "Cherry Red", shot entirely on iphone8 and directed by the band themselves. The White Dove EP is sad enough to dance alone to, and bumps hard enough for a wild night out.

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