Cosmos & Creature

For Brandyn Burnette and Molly Moore, making music as Cosmos & Creature means infinitely drawing from their eclectic fascinations. Driven by a shared passion for timeless melody and sonic innovation, the L.A.-based duo bring a certain wide-eyed wonder to each of their songs. “Our name came from thinking about how big the universe is and how small we are, and how somehow it all works together,” says Burnette. “So much of our music is about seeing yourself in the grand scheme of things, and exploring the biggest emotions but in a very close and human way.”

Hands-on in every aspect of their music, Cosmos & Creature continually turn their most intimate expression into songs with major emotional power. “We want to encourage people to be who they really are—not by being preachy about it, but by putting a lot of positivity and energy into our music,” says Moore. And thanks to their nuanced artistry, Cosmos & Creature ultimately create pop music that hits on so many levels. “Part of our intention is to get some heavier messages out there, but in a way that makes you want to move and makes you want to dance,” says Burnette. “If we can inspire people to look inward but also make them feel really good, that’s really all we could ever ask for.”

Haunted Summer

The songs of Haunted Summer are dreamy and hypnotic, rich with orchestral strings and sultry electronic textures. With their previous EP, Something in the Water, the group crafted a captivating, ethereal musical journey through a nostalgic world of young love and long-forgotten memories. Consisting  of husband-and-wife Bridgette Moody and John Seasons, who share songwriting duties in a true collaboration, the Los Angeles duo have shared the stage and toured with groups and performers including Taken By Trees, Islands, Deafheaven, The Polyphonic Spree, Coeur De Pirate, Olafur Arnalds, Carla Morrison, Meiko, Basia Bulat, Geographer, David J of Bauhaus and more.