Beach Day is a surf-rock duo from Florida. Kimmy Drake and Skyler Black make up the band, who’s punk influenced sound frequently features electric rock instrumentation, extensive vamping, and a vocal centric aesthetic. Other artists that can be heard on their station include Alabama Shakes, Pixies and Seapony. They came by with musicians Caroline Sands and Daniel Zerbo and played “All My Friends Were Punks” off their album Native Echoes.
La Ley is a Latin pop/rock band from Chile. One of the pioneering groups that rose to international fame during the Rock En Español furor of the 90’s, the band helped set the template that was emulated by countless groups. Other artists that can be heard on their station include Maná, Enanitos Verdes and Jaguares. They came by our offices and played “La Mentira” off their latest release, Retour.
La Ley es un grupo chileno que contribuyeron gran parte en la formulación del estético del género rock en español en los años 90, siendo emulados por numerosos grupos. Otros artistas que tocan en su estación de Pandora son Maná, Enanitos Verdes y Jaguares. Visitaron nuestra sede y nos tocaron el tema, ‘La Mentira,’ de su lanzamiento más reciente, “Retour.”
Yellowcard is a pop-punk band from Jacksonville, Florida. They frequently use a mix of acoustic and electric instrumentation, with vocal harmonies in their music. Other artists that can be heard on their station include Blink 182, All Time Low, and Fall Out Boy. Lead singer and rhythm guitarist Ryan Key came by and played “Make Me So” off their album Lift a Sail.
Ryan Bingham is an Americana singer-songwriter. His style features country rock leanings, folk influences, and a good dose of acoustic guitar pickin’. Other artists that can be heard on his station include Old Crow Medicine Show, Reckless Kelly, and Johnny Cash. He came by and played “Nobody Knows My Troubles” off his recently released album Fear And Saturday Night.
Lara Meyerratken, aka El May, is an Australian singer-songwriter. Her style features melodic songwriting and mellow rock instrumentation with folk roots. Other artists that can be heard on her station include The Bird And The Bee, Patsy Cline, and Feist. She came by with musicians Scott Heiner and Scott Letty and played “Lessons Appear” off her latest album The Other Person Is You.
Leighton Meester is a singer-songwriter and actress. Her musical style blends elements of pop, rock, folk and country, with a focus on vocals, accompanied by acoustic and electric instrumentation. Other artists that can be heard on her station include Taylor Swift, Hozier and Miranda Lambert. She came by with musicians Jeff Trott and Ryan Pettersen and played the title track off her recently released album “Heartstrings”.
Better Than Ezra is a pop/rock band from New Orleans. Their style often features both acoustic rhythm guitars and electric rock instrumentation with a subtle use of vocal harmonies. Other artists that can be heard on their station include Matchbox Twenty, The Goo Goo Dolls, and Counting Crows. They came by and played “Gonna Get Better” off their latest album All Together Now.
Francisca Valenzuela is a Chilean-American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her style oscillates between dance pop and stripped down expressions of love and loss, often including a touch of humor. Other artists that can be heard on her station include Shakira, La Oreja de Van Gogh and Ximena Sarinana. She came by and played “Siempre Eres Tú” off her album Tajo Abierto.
Tallhart is a rock band from Tampa, FL. Their punk-influenced style often features electric rock instrumentation, and a subtle use of vocal harmony. Other artists that can be heard on their station include Relient K, Matchbox Twenty, and The Maine. They came by and played “Fighter” off their album We Are The Same.
Craft Spells is an alternative rock band from Seattle, fronted by Justin Vallesteros. Their vocal-centric style frequently features basic rock song structures, electronica influences, and major key tonality. Other artists that can be heard on their station include Savoir Adore, Washed Out, and Neon Indian. They came by the office and played the title track off their album Nausea.