A collective of ambitious losers with self-deprecating 4track, trapped inside a small Bay Area garage. We produce a mixture of noise rock, post-punk and even some elements of twee.
“Since forming The Laytcomers after graduating high-school in 2008, Shkipin and vocalist and guitarist Cye Husain have been holding down Fremont’s ‘weird New Zealand pop’ mantle. There seems to be few challengers. The discovery of New Zealand pop came through a compilation that a Russian friend made for them. “It pretty much had all of the bands: Tall Dwarfs, The Terminals, The Clean,” explains Ilya. “At that time we were mostly just listening to shoe gaze and dream pop and getting into darker post-punk. New Zealand style of melodic harmonies, noise and lo-fi recording was very refreshing to our ears.” – Noisey
Lotus Eater consists of Mojave Desert natives John Blave, Zach Brumett and JR Kurtz. Formed in late 2016 in Los Angeles, Lotus Eater releasing their first EP, Kiln. A mix of old and new, with strong narratives drawing inspiration from their desert lives
Soul garage rock from SF.
“Musically, Nyre runs the gamut from Cake-y quirk to shoegazey drone, but it’s all built on a foundation of the spaced-out psych that this area damn near invented.” – The Bay Bridged