With plenty of big room electronica seeping into mainstream music, alt-synth maestros, Distortion Mirrors, are a breath of fresh air with their self-described shoegaze astro-fuzz. The pair’s moody electro pop recalls both New Wave and industrial, with dark, danceable melodies. Distortion Mirrors began as a bedroom project two years ago, but with their well-received EP, Circle of Wolves, and their much-buzzed-about full length album, Zeros and Kings (released yesterday), the LA/Leeds based duo are poised for major success.
Brianna has spent the past decade writing about music. She is 303 Magazine’s Music Editor, and has contributed to Omaha World-Herald, Pop Wreckoning, Swaager, Concerted Effort and Oratory of Sound. Brianna also owns Early Bird // Night Owl, a Denver-based music PR agency. Have something she should hear? Contact Brianna: firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Brianna on Twitter and Instagram: @303bri