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Baby; Baby: Explores (the Reasons Why that Gum is Still on the Sidewalk), is a pseudo concept, garage-pop, art-rock project of 3 BFFs from Providence, RI that utilizes found and recycled gear to make simple structured danceable songs.
Western Massachusetts duo Home Body make feeling-forward avant pop music, harnessing light, sound, and movement to present a throbbing synth spectacle oozing with raw energy and emotional grit. Spiritual, sensual, and a little freaky, vocalist Haley Morgan and synthesist Eric Hnatow play with form and improvisation while retaining a dreamy pop sensibility and demanding stage presence. The duo’s sophomore album ‘Spiritus’ (Feeding Tube Records/Peace & Rhythm) has been heralded as “gorgeous art-pop that’s able to address big realities” (Bandcamp New & Notable). Their music has been featured in fashion shows, modern dance performances, and in sweaty dance clubs all across North America.
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Caloric is the queer solo dance-pop project of Dailen Williams, a self-taught dj and producer from Providence, RI. Employing cheap old keyboards, guitar pedals and literal toys she creates work characterized by its heavy use of buzzy basslines, soft shimmery drones, melodic drums, and the worn tired voice that holds it all together. Caloric occupies the special place between house, pop, and noise that is sweet, somber, and rough around the edges. Most recently she released a remix of “11th Hour” for Muggs Fogarty on December 3, 2021.
Unmen are a four piece band from Providence. The band formed mid-moshpit in 2013. And formed again in 2018 after Austin came back from Maine. Unmen are strong workers. Unmen are friends. Unmen are byproducts of modern life.