Automatic announces first album to be released on Stone Throw Records

Aug 26, 2019
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There is no wonder that the LA music scene delivers constantly new music and artists. One of the latest names to be followed are the Automatic trio Izzy Glaudini (synths, vocals), Lola Dompé (drums, vocals) and Halle Saxon (bass, vocals). With a bold attitude, their music can easily be labeled as post punk. And yes, there is no question about their attitude blending with the music genre. 

 

The band first met while immersed in L.A.’s DIY music scene and started jamming together in 2017. Over the past year they have become a mainstay on the L.A. club circuit, something that brought the girls a signed contract with the prestigious Stone Throw Records. With an EP already launched, in August, on vinyl, the band just announced the release of their first album - Signal, coming on the 27th of September.

 

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