Swedish electro-pop stars The Sounds blasted into The PureVolume House ready to share their swaggering, New Wave-influenced dance jams — and found a club full of eager fans. Frontwoman Maja Ivarsson led the crowd in a series of singalongs as the band rocked through songs from their Crossing The Rubicon LP, as well as their first new song, “Something To Die For”. Watch their performance below.
Childhood-friends-turned-bona-fide-rock-band Voxhaul Broadcast delivered a precision-crafted performance that illustrated why they’ve come one of Southern California’s buzziest new bands. David Dennis’ sweltering, soulful wail floats above the dirty fuzz kicked up by Anthony Aguilar’s guitar, and the band gels so well live that they recorded their long-awaited full-length album, Timing Is Everything, live in the studio. Catch their set below.
Texas indie-pop quintet Eisley performed a collection of complex, affecting songs for fans at Buzznet‘s Kiss Me Deadly party, highlighted by several tunes from their new LP, The Valley. The familial group (which includes three sister, a brother and a cousin) has a talent for both stormy rockers and quiet reflections. Check below for exclusive videos from their PureVolume House set.
Precocious L.A. rock band Kitten enticed fans at The PureVolume House with a dark, entrancing performance that revealed influences that ranged from electronic to blues to punk. Taking the stage at Buzznet‘s Kiss Me Deadly event, the band — led by singer Chloe Chaidez — shared songs from their Sunday School EP, and immediately proved why they’re the cat’s meow. Jump below for exclusive videos from their set.
“Kitten With A Whip”
Sizzling San Francisco synth-poppers, The Limousines, brought their unique brand of icey electronic pop all the way from the bay to the warmer climate of Texas, and specifically to the sweaty stage at the PV House.