Singer/songwriter/actress/director Hayley Kiyoko spent the past year quietly instigating the most wonderful sort of pop disruption via her breakthrough independent single "Girls Like Girls" on her critically acclaimed EP, This Side of Paradise. The music video, written and co-directed by Hayley and Austin S. Winchell, garnered over 40 million YouTube views in just the span of a year and 10 million Spotify streams. Along the way, she's received praise with Billboard describing her enigmatic style as "Energetic, high-stakes pop music," and Us Magazine claiming she's "giving a whole new meaning to pop anthems." This year Hayley makes her major label debut with the highly anticipated EP, Citrine, bringing a fresh, focused, and fiery perspective to pop music.
Sweater Beats is the production alias of Filipino-American music maker Antonio Cuna. Since the premiere of his debut single “Mlln Dllr” on the Annie Mac show, Sweater Beats has captivated audiences around the world with his unique blend of dance music and R&B, garnering features in Billboard and Entertainment Weekly, and multiple performances on BBC Radio 1 and Boiler Room. Last year Cuna performed shows across the world including two North America tours with Chance the Rapper, and Chet Faker. Recently Sweater Beats offered his Cloud City EP for free download via LA imprint Huh What & Where, and supplied an official remix to Flume & Chet Faker's Drop the Game single.