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Spotlight: Letterist

Electro-Synthpop Meets Dance Rock

LETTERIST a group of three young musicians that have created the perfect blend of electro-synthpop and dance rock.

Forming in 2006, the band had a twist of fate…literally. A chance meeting on a night that can only be referred to as “a drunken underwear Twister-themed party,” Rammy Yogendra (Guitar, Synth, Piano) met Pamela Bell (Vocals) and Alex McCown (Drums) and the three hit it off immediately. Coming together from Minnesota, Missouri and Florida respectively, the trio found a common ground in New York City, which they have been calling home for several years. Playing at countless area venues and late-night rooftop gatherings, LETTERIST gained notoriety from their performances at the now-infamous BangOn!NYC Parties.

Influenced by classic artists such as Royksopp, Daft Punk, New Order, Fleetwood Mac, and Kylie Minogue, while evoking the sounds of modern offerings like Metric and Lykke Li, the group will make you un-expect the expected.

The band is on an endless quest to write the perfect soundtrack to the best '80s John Hughes film never made. They will quickly draw you in with their catchy brand of indie-meets -electro pop-sound.

Singer Pamela Bell’s voice echoes throughout the track, making it both haunting and gorgeous. Echoing guitars and heavy beats fill every inch of space with perfection, carrying the song to new heights. Simply put, it's the perfect blend of dance floor nostalgia.

From their album 'Solace and Gold', here is their debut single '100 MPH'