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MY BODY SINGS ELECTRIC
My Body Sings Electric’s music resonates with a sense of playfulness and lust for life. When you meet them in person, it’s easy to see why. Call their music indie. Call it pop. Call it what you will. But when you connect with the music from this band of love-able misfits, you’ll feel as if you just met your five new best friends.
Pop-sensibility can be a taboo in the indie world, but MBSE does not leave you wanting more. With introspective lyrics, danceable rhythms intricate instrumental work and dynamic
live shows, they’ve crafted a fresh, energetic take on indie, pop and alternative rock.
Chemistry Club is a Colorado-native sci-fi/electropop band with work including music, video games, and comics. Formed in 2012, the band has worked to bring pop music and nerd culture together in a blend of synthesizers, guitar, and SCIENCE.
Their first single, "Bend to Colors", earned them a Top Ten spot in KTCL's Hometown for the Holidays and was hailed by The Knife Fight as “so undeniably catchy that it is almost impossible not to play at full volume.” Their 2014 and 2015 releases, “Miranda” and “Cleanup Crew", also scored awards from KTCL and a spot at Big Gig 2014. They have been nominated three times by the Westword Music Awards, including a 2015 win in the Dance Pop category. Chemistry Club has appeared three times at Comic Con and has played alongside Twenty One Pilots, Neon Trees, Panic at the Disco, and Walk the Moon.
Their newest project, Copia, is a science fiction story told across four concept albums, beginning with "Copia: The Electric Hush", released in December 2014. This year, with the help of Colorado artist Patch Silver, Chemistry Club is expanding the Copia universe with a comic book series. The first two issues, "Copia: Landfall" and "Copia: The Undertow", are available now. New albums and comics in the Copia series will be available soon at www.chemistryclubmusic.com.
Members: Jeff Wiencrot, Dylan Camacho, Micah Daby, Jake Euler