Bi-lingual Latinx Indie band from Dallas, TX. Luna Luna combined the innocence of teenage love with dreamy retro synthpop. A crew of hopeless romantics, playing house parties across Texas and building up a fan base eager to turn up, swoon and slow dance. Their delightful sweetheart jams will remain the soundtrack of homecoming dances for years to come.
BOYO’s new album Where Have All My Friends Gone? and its titular phrase reflect the sentiments of loss, isolation, and confusion the Los Angeles-based and bred multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Robert Tilden experienced while a 2017 health scare turned his world upside down. Just as his career was beginning to pick up speed, following a handful of years making self-released tapes, singles, EPs, and a pair of well-received full-lengths (including his 2016 debut LP Control), Tilden began experiencing random, unexplained seizures and spent more than a year under the care of specialists who experimented with different powerful medications for an undiagnosed brain condition, leaving his career—and health—in question.
Latino producer/artist Lobo Lara invites you to a world filled with tropical synth leads and Latin vibes with the release of his new album “Immigrants” featuring the hit song “PALETAS.” Raised and rooted in Boise, Idaho, the producer spends his time cutting samples and recording his own rhythms to please his taste and unique style. This is a collection of sounds that have impacted Lobo throughout his life as a Mexican American.