Deeply embedded in different generations and movements ahead of, before, and surrounding, FLASHCLASH studies and reconnects mixtures of psycho-electro choirs in outer space jungles through vast oceans of sound. FLASHCLASH revives perspective-changing musical intrigue, sustains emotional and visual resonance and reminds spiraling crowds of a memory not yet had. Pulsating and organic electronic anthems arrive with an array of lighting spectacles and theater concepts leaving witnesses with wonder and amazement.

One adventurous night in Chicago and a six mile walk later, Dan Hurst and Matt Forbush started what would soon become Alexis.

"The Night" and "Goldstar" available now on itunes, emusic, and amazon.

Darin Rajabian and Caroline Myrick met at a Michigan house show in early 2010. They soon discovered a mutual infatuation with dream-life, dancing, and pop music, and began work on a new project to incorporate Caroline’s soft vocals with Darin’s classic euro-disco inspired tracks. The music evolved, and after months of work, they formed the sound of Nightlife.

You realize, the first time you watch AOK, that they really mean it: they mean every note. Kyle, cool and reserved in leather jacket and sunglasses, plays hot, aggressive guitar; Angela, probably in heart-shaped earrings, dances for her life and sings with a fierceness equaled and anchored by her solid technique. This sincerity would be laudable but depressing if they weren't good, but they are good. AOK has hip hop swagger and rock and roll grime. The songs get better the louder they're played. But you know all this. You've seen them. Unless you haven't. In which case...what the fuck, man. I mean: you've really
got to see this band

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