“Vindata is the brainchild of Branden Ratcliff and Jared Poythress based in Los Angeles, California. Blending rugged hip hop beats with deep R&B passions, and indie-pop sensibilities; the pair are on a mission to expand how we define dance music. After notable underground success with their last EP “…For One To Follow” [Symbols] , the duo are back with a brand new EP titled “Through Time And Space…” [OWSLA], another piece of their discography puzzle depicting the human experience. This time around, they’ve crafted a 6 track journey through different perceptions of different realities. The result is a cohesive body of energetic yet lush textures, polyrhythmic percussion, and soulful vocals.” – OWSLA
“It’s been two years since Vindata members Branden and Jared launched their production and DJ project. Since then, they’ve released a debut EP on Kastle’s Symbols Recordings, remixed A-Trak, Ellie Goulding, Alex Metric, Odesza, Clean Bandit, Jack Ü, and more, reached multi-millions of plays on SoundCloud, and signed with OWSLA, who will be releasing their upcoming Through Time And Space EP.
Their sound, which has grown and adapted alongside both the club and festival scenes over the years, has always been rooted in catchy melodies, human grooves and forward thinking production. Their upcoming EP takes elements from each of their previous original and remix works—bright and energetic chords blasts, hi-res tropics, and dynamic pop structures—and pairs them with a set of talented vocalists, further defining the duo’s impressive approach to accessible dance vibes.” –NestHQ.com
Standing at the galactic crossroads of connectivity and combustion is melodic music manipulator Miles Ross, aka Psy Fi. His bass heavy yet playful rhythms spark a beautiful resonance in the ear and a swagger in the hips of the beholder. His music celebrates boundless splendor that pulls you through the looking glass into another place. The music is a passionate indefinable translation of lust, sensuality and movement.
“One of the most versatile communities in electronic music these days is that of the growing psy-trap sect. These producers use heavy bass and alien flavors to create an environment capable of immersing any size crowd and they have done so for years now, making those otherworldy noises now familiar, but ever so choice. In a genre full of powerhouse performers, one to watch is Miles Ross aka Psy Fi and his new EP Colors showcases why that is.” – The UNTZ