by Logan Hernandez

The Naked and Famous

A beach at sunset, an orange, warm sunset. Active and void of fear. Care free and Youthful. “Punching In a Dream” is God-Given.

For fans of: MGMT, Passion Pit

Highlights: “Punching In a Dream”, “Young Blood”, “Girls Like You”

Best to listen to when: You imagine yourself as someone important, who has a life.

Avoid at all costs if: You despise sunny, joyful days.

The Naked and Famous are a five piece indie band hailing from New Zealand. The band comprises of Thom Powers, Alisa Xayalith, Aaron Short, David Beadle and Jesse Wood.


If you are in the Dallas/Forth Worth area and you liked The Review of The Naked and famous,  they will be at the historical Granada Theater on greenville ave, Opening up for Cut Copy . GET TICKETS HERE ! Sundown team will be there.  Join Us!


Glitchy, experimental IDM with a hint of dance. Sounds like something that would bang in a European dance club with spotlights and white people with far-reaching Adam’s Apples.

For fans of: Spezialmaterial, early Apparat, anything Skam.

Highlights: “Jedi”, “Metic”, “Hagry

Best to listen to when: You’ve watched Scott Pilgrim for the hundredth time and you feel like listening to something that is NOT melodic.

Avoid at all costs if: You despise creativity and clickety beats.

hp.stonji is Austria’s Hans Platzgumer and Germany’s Jens Döring.


Written by The Sundown United

The SUNDOWN UNITED is a multi-faceted project that houses an apparel and accessories brand, and online-magazine(weblogs/articles). All ends of and begins with the Sundown United our trademark, lifestyle, attitude, and personal perspective on Americana art/lifestyle subculture.


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