The High Dials make anthemic psychedelic pop shaded with shoegaze, electronic and folk rock influences. They have a deep back catalogue and extensive tour and press history in both North America and the UK.

They recently returned from a lengthy performing hiatus in which they composed and recorded two film soundtracks, collaborated with legendary Rolling Stones producer Andrew Loog Oldham and completed a new studio album.

In 2014, their song “Uruguay” featured in the hit Netflix series “House of Cards”.

"Sunfields sound like Wilco making out with Tom Petty in the back of Neil Young's van, while listening to Sparklehorse & dreaming of The Beatles."Acid-laced pop Sunfields are the brain child of Jason Kent. Although the quartet was born in 2009, three quarters of its members have been playing music off & on together since they were teenagers, analyzing, learning and knit picking their parents scratchy vinyl collection. Their debut album , Palace in the Sun (2010) was once described as '...the most overlooked album of 2010.' Their second record, HABITAT (2014) has been described as "...blossoming like a field of poppies in a rainy English field."