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Listen: Tryst – I,US&WE

If you like electronic music, you’ll love Tryst, by Indie/Rock/Electronic band,  I,US&WE, which features on EILE’s music slot this morning. This is a dreamy, atmospheric and otherworldly track, with heavy beats and sensational synths, overlaid with mesmerising vocals. The band consists of brothers, Jordan, Evan, and Aaron Doverspike, who were born and raised in Temecula, California, and the track was mixed by Martin Crane and mastered by Spencer Zahn (Kimbra, Spencer Ludwig).

The band’s first single of 2017, Idol, made an immediate impact upon its release in May. In just a few short months the track garnered 30k streams on Soundcloud, 20k on Youtube, and (after catching the ear of Spotify curators who inserted them into their Discover Weekly playlist) another 76k streams on Spotify. I,Us,&We were quickly taken up by the Los Angeles live music scene, through a series of high-profile performances, at venues like The Troubadour, The Echo, and The Satellite, as well as a performance at Echo Park Rising, Los Angeles’ premiere street festival.

I,Us&We have also recently seen the Little Assembly release of their first EP, Ceremonies, which includes the track, Tryst. Enjoy!

-MKB

Tryst is now available for download and streaming on digital music platforms worldwide.

You can catch up with the band at:

www.facebook.com/iusandwe/

twitter.com/iusandwe

itunes.apple.com/us/artist/i-us-we/id981619743

IUsandWe.com.

 

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