Nice Power

Members:

For really real, my attractive and urbane listener. Me and my best friend Alex Meiers were walking along Paris minding our own biz one day when handsome gargoyles on the facade of Notre Dame, or maybe urban falcons–it’s hard to say, arched gracefully overhead and dropped the ableton files for Sounds Good BB <3 carefully into our hands. That’s exactly what happened.

Influenced by Brainfeeder and Soulection stuff, T!be, Dorian Concept, French House, experimental hip hop, sound art, etc. (also with a background in multi-instrumental musical theory); you can’t describe Nice Power because it’s from the future l0l. But you can hear it and it will make you happy! Damn, whp$hhhh!

We would love you to listen!

Much love,

Sam Balfus and Alex Meiers AKA Nice Power <3

Chicago, Los Angeles, and Paris

Nice Power writeup in Caterwaul Press
2014-04-29

Nice Power

Nicholas Hodges at Caterwaul just posted a super positive review of Nice Power. Check it out.

The French Electropop duo release their debut Sounds Good BB in one of the most abrasively innovative years and decades in music history. It is a smothering depiction of individualism. Each track poses a flamboyant diversification that intricately explores their vast arsenal of electronic influence. Plunging from Ambient Techno, to Phunky Detroit House, climaxing somewhere in between the line of subtle hyperactivity and clamoring percussive sections—between a washed down pseudo Steve Murphy set and a beat/synth loops that resemble sonic textures found in Tron’s score. 81’ Tron; let’s be serious, there was only one real Tron movie and it had a young Jeff Bridges.

Thanks, Nicholas! Check out the rest of the article over at Caterwaul.

Sounds Good BB <3 LP
2014-02-28

Nice Power: Producer

For really real, my attractive and urbane listener. Me and my friend Alex Meiers were walking along Paris minding our own biz one day when handsome gargoyles on the facade of Notre Dame, or maybe urban falcons–it’s hard to say, arched gracefully overhead and dropped the ableton files for Sounds Good BB <3 carefully into our hands. That’s exactly what happened.

Influenced by Brainfeeder and Soulection stuff, T!be, Dorian Concept, French House, experimental hip hop, sound art, etc. (also with a background in multi-instrumental musical theory); you can’t describe Nice Power because it’s from the future l0l. But you can hear it and it will make you happy! Damn, whp$hhhh!

We would love you to listen!

Much love,

Sam Balfus and Alex Meiers AKA Nice Power

Chitown, LA, Paris