Miami Horror are kicking off 2016 with three remixes of their disco pop single “Cellophane (So Cruel),” by Vancouver, BC producer Syre, Portuguese DJ…Read More
The past few years have seen the group, consisting of Plant (production/keyboards/bass), Aaron Shanahan (drums), Daniel Whitechurch (keyboards), and Josh Moriarty (guitars/vocals), release their highly anticipated debut, Illumination, to heady acclaim, as well as relocate to the US after lengthy tours of both their home country and abroad. Settling in Los Angeles, the four-piece quickly found inspiration in the glowing year-round Californian sun, set up a home studio, and eagerly started experimenting with new sounds and projects to ease their creative itch. Proving that time is of importance, the band, anchored by Plant, has spent the last year crafting and perfecting new material glittered with dream-gazey synth and matured song writing to deliver a new chapter in Miami Horror’s evolution. Their sophomore album will be released in Spring 2014.
Australian indietronica quartet Miami Horror have premiered their cover of Childish Gambino’s “Sober” today; the track features vocals from fellow Melbournian Queen Magic. Miami…Read More
Miami Horror premiered their latest video “Cellophane (So Cruel)” today. The surreal still life-esque video (directed by Lachlan Dickie) focuses on the tangle of…Read More
Miami Horror has share three fresh re-works on their single “Love Like Mine” – the “Love Like Mine” Remixes EP is out now and…Read More
Australian/LA-based electro-pop act Miami Horror have debuted a new single, ‘Colours In the Sky (feat. Cleopold).’ This second effort drops fast on the heels of their first track ‘Real Slow (feat. Sarah Chernoff)’, part of a AA-side 7-inch set for release November 12th on Neon Gold.Read More
Australian/LA-based psychedelic-dance four-piece Miami Horror are set to return this fall with a new single, ‘Real Slow,’ via Neon Gold on September 10th, with a double A-side 7″ to follow on the label in the fall. This October, they embark on a fall tour spanning North and South America,Read More