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  1. I hope your day is going great. Offbeat, indie/rock electronic duo OYLS just released their new catchy single today. This song is slated for an MTV inclusion this week as well and they have built a very strong and loyal following from the brief time they have been together and their music comparisons include Cut Copy and Disclosure.

    Thank you for listening and for your consideration,

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    Seamlessly blending experimental rock and indie-electro, OYLS have the aptness for innovative music. OYLS is the creative venture of two unexpected individuals; David Kirshenbaum, a former corporate consultant, and Michael Lipp, a failed strip club DJ. By subsuming the jazz and soul elements of the music they grew up on, OYLS aim to push the boundaries of the 21st century electronic landscape by drawing comparisons to artists like James Blake, Alt-J, and Disclosure, while powerfully facilitating a fearlessly authentic sound of their own.

    The new single ‘Maps’ materializes delicate lyrics with technological complexity. The intention of the single’s recurring loop, “it’s alright”, was prompted by the moments of repression and doubt that can only be triggered by personal growth. The arrangement marries a harmonious flow with an unapologetic disco edge, leaving its listeners re-inspired. Impacted by the Beach Boy’s ‘’Wall of Sound’’ production style, OYLS created, recorded, and produced their music in Kirshenbaum’s parent’s dining room with a single microphone and a laptop. They confide, “we compiled drum sets, made our own horn section and choirs of our voices. We not only overcame limitations; we embraced them”. Their writing process begins with the layering of instruments to map the progression of the song until they reach their desired sound, at which point Lipp immerses himself in poetry and meditation to realize the lyrics.

    A Hype Machine blog, ‘A Little Bit of Soul’, praised the duo’s style, attesting, ‘’add the electronic skill of Daft Punk, mix in the alternative weirdness of Alt-J and the soulfulness of Kenna and you have OYLS’’. They aim to create pop music with authenticity so listeners are able to expand their palate through the context of modern music. OYLS’ successes to date include headlining famed venues in their hometown of Los Angeles, as well as performing at well known festivals. After gaining thousands of social media fans through partnering with major media networks including MTV, the duo demonstrates their natural passion for music, innovation, and inspiration to a loyal demographic.

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