Lindsey Mills began self-releasing her original material in 2007, and since 2015, has balanced a burgeoning solo career with her role as bassist of Surfer Blood. A native of south Florida, Mills’ music often reflects her coastal surroundings, with easygoing, gorgeous melodies that are both colorful and unforgettable. GoldFlakePaint called her 2016 EP Cusp (Broken Circles) “wistful, spirited pop music,” with “infinitely smart lyrical passages.” Mills takes the lead on guitar and vocals, and is joined by a backing band dubbed the Lazy Lovers. Formerly a rotating cast of musicians, this conception of the band accompanies Mills on her new full length album, Ecotones (Salt Witch Records).
Four instruments, two radio DJs, one dream. The Dreamhouses consist of singer-songwriters and multi-instrumentalists Em Edgerton and Dan Irving, who initially met as rookie DJs at WXYC Chapel Hill. Through the band, they explore the depths of indie pop, dream pop, and post-rock. Their first full length album, Surrealtors, dropped March 31st, 2018.
Puddle-Cuddle is the bedroom-pop project of Indoor Cat’s Michael Quint. His first EP, Four Kisses, which blends indie-rock, spoken word and electronic music, is available on most streaming services.