One of our strongest assets is our ability to pick out emerging talent. These bands are providing a road map for tomorrow’s sounds. We are very excited about being able to bring their songs and talents to our projects. We specialize in custom writing with these artists to bring their edgy, aggressive and unique sound to your media.
And in that moment a hint of irony is apparent, for as much as the members of Painted Palms want to get out of their own heads, they’re awfully good at writing songs that will immediately get stuck in yours.
Seatraffic is Mark Zannad (vox, synths) and Brandon Harrison (drums). Hailing from San Francisco, the duo’s brand of shoegazy dreampop uses the city’s richness and dynamic culture as a muse.
Midi Matilda craft the kind of catchy indie-flavoured pop gems that worm their way into your brain and stay there for days on end.
ATTU are North London-based four piece Electro Pop outfit with rousing soundscapes and irresistible melodies.Hear More
What started as an experiment with electronic songwriting has grown to become a name which stands for a diverse and prolific output, with Yalls issuing everything from sun-kissed synth-pop to quirky hip-hop instrumentals; glitched excursions of post-aughts soul to tropical-tinged, vocal-led boom-bap.Hear More
Bleeding with synth-pop melodies and vocals that would make Michael Jackson envious, San Francisco-based group, The Frail return only to further blur the line between traditional pop and soulful rnb, creating a genre that idles comfortably between Capital Cities and The Weeknd, a sound that is all their own.Hear More
The Trims are a San Jose based outfit with the sound and swagger reminiscent of early Strokes & 90s Britpop with over-sexed lyrics ready to bring them to the national spotlight.
Shy Child are an electronic music duo from New York consisting of Pete Cafarella on vocals and synthesizers and Nate Smith on drums.
Scissors For Lefty is a San Francisco Band with a sophisticated pop style combining elements of Indie, Yesteryear, and Dirty Glam.
The Blacks are a dark and dancy bi-coastal (San Francisco/NYC) three-piece known for their short, blistering stage shows and laser-beam intensity.
Brian Trifon is the front man for Trifonic, a San Francisco based electronic act that seamlessly fuses experimental production wizardry with beautiful melodies and traditional song structures to craft music that is simultaneously unexpected and accessible.
Rich Girls is the solo project of Luisa Black (The Blacks). Black’s enduring obsession with tone, stripped down, elemental guitar and hard-hitting drums bring RIch Girls into dark territory.
If there is such a thing as a “San Francisco sound,” Minipop doesn’t care about it. Perhaps that’s what has allowed the local trio to create a brand of starry-eyed pop that feels ethereal, uprooted from time and space.
Defragmentation formed in 2000, originally signed to Invisible Records. Hated that shit, moved to Los Angeles. Resigned to Hymen. Makes intense heavy and hard music.
The inter-continental trio known as Lapcat combines Swiss cool with American fun, taking diverse past influences, and going somewhere new.
The Carnival Brothers are the latest band to join the Volume band list. Volume’s David discovered these Irish traveling pilgrims in early 2014. Their music evokes all the nostalgia of yesteryear and will coax you into a world of pure joy and escapism.
Should we have been more careful? Who’s watching us, and why? And who is this bi-coastal electro-rock duo who’ve taken up the unlikely name of Spy Empire, while fusing the moody majesty of classic synth outfits like Depeche Mode and Erasure with the jangly ’80s art-pop of Echo & the Bunnymen and The Psychedelic Furs?