Dubbed “boudoir’n'b,” Los Angeles–based Inc. join the ranks of Frank Ocean, the Weeknd, and other young troubadors currently reinventing soulful jams with contemporary electronic sounds and styling. References informing the two brothers’ particular take on the trend (while predominantly hailing from the ’90s) are as diverse as the sources are varied, made up of a mix of listening to, opening for and playing in bands such as Beck, D’Angelo, Marilyn Manson, Lauryn Hill, Dave Navarro and Nirvana. With a new album “new world” out earlier this year, catch them on their tour this summer, listen on Spotify, or download from iTunes.
Hailing from Southern California, Dum Dum Girls are a female quartet making waves within the indie rock music scene. We’ve seen them several times and they never fail to light up the crowd with their catchy lyrics and 60’s garage style. Much like The Hives were known for their matching slim suits on stage, the four ladies from Dum Dum Girls always wear cute black vintage dresses and sheer tights.
Here is a video of a recent performance at the Echoplex in LA.