The electronic duo, Coyote Kisses, made up of lifelong friends from Florida, Bryce Bresnan and Joe Sussingham, has been taking the dance music scene by storm with their explosive new sound and prolific compositional technique. Releasing their second EP, Thundercolor, on Cinco de Mayo, into a scene “full of cookie cutter complextro producers and ‘womp womp’ brosteppers,” Coyote Kisses’ style is refreshing and awe inspiring. After the success of the re-release of their debut album and their track “Acid Wolfpack," the pair quickly moved up the charts on both Hype Machine and Beatport, even being tapped by Interscope to remix Carly Rea Jepsen’s hit, “Call Me Maybe.”
The highly anticipated new release, combines punk rock, future bass, and other influences into an “entirely unique electronic concoction." Their 'space punk' sound has been praised by EDM power players such as Deadmau5, Crystal Method, The Bag Raiders, Baauer, Diplo, and Ronald Jenkees. All four tracks off Thundercolor are available on Beatport with track 4, “Changing Guard” being offered for free via Coyote Kisses’ Facebook page.
Check out a track off of Coyote Kisses’ Thundercolor below and head to Beatport to purchase the new EP.