Summer Camp are London based Elizabeth Sankey and Jeremy Warmsley. Summer Camp create the kind of utterly mesmeric, sepia toned dream pop which seems predestined to form the perfect soundtrack to first kisses and adolescent crushes.
Having just released their self-titled second album on Moshi Moshi Records late 2013, this is the bands first return to New York since touring their debut record Welcome To Condale. Interview Magazine states the new album "Oozes catchy, upbeat tracks" and the Guardian hailed it "One of Autmun's leftfield favourites".
CliffLight is a dynamic blend of big electronic production and intimate acoustic songwriting.
After two years of dropbox collaborations between Philadelphia and Boston, Cliff Kuhn-Lloyd (Vocals), Sam Burke (Synths/Production) and Aj Schortman (Drums/Production) are now in the same city and together have created CliffLight: an electro-acoustic aural hybrid of Coldplay and M83. They have since expanded the trio into a five-piece unit with the recent additions of Blair Pershyn (Guitars) and Harry Foster (Bass).
CliffLight is able to create a live show that is a true hybrid of electronics and rock music. Adding Foster’s electric bass and the signature sound of Kuhn-Lloyd’s prominent smokey voice gives the group a raw edge that serves as the foundation for all their sonic experimentation. With the release of the debut EP Tryst making waves in Boston, CliffLight continues to write and produce the next collection of tales of love and loss.