A happy and hearty Easter to all those who celebrate!  Here is what went down in the Fortress this week.

Mystery Skulls

New music alert!  Mastermind electronic artist, producer, and singer Mystery Skulls took a diversion from his ongoing tour to drop a brand new song for the fans.  Titled ‘Believe’, the track is another disco-pop banger made for the dance floors and is the first official single we’ve heard from Luis this year.  Listen to it now below.

Mystery Skulls is also on the final leg of his co-headlining tour with French Horn Rebellion and still has dates to play Seattle, Denver, Kansas City and Chicago to come, where attendees might be lucky enough to hear Believe live.  His show has already gotten rave reviews from Surviving the Golden Age, who said “His set was an hour-long nonstop dance party complete with flashing rainbow lights, and there wasn’t a soul to be found who didn’t look like they were having the time of their lives.”

Normanton Street

After getting back from their American adventure, the band were straight back into live action in their home town of Brighton this past Saturday night.  As well as thanking their fans for the continued support, Normanton Street also announced a new EP in a post on their website.  Called Life Is Real, the EP will be released on the back of its first single ‘Angelene’ 3 major live shows in Brighton, London, and Manchester, and the band warn that they “might have some tricks up their sleeves” too.  Get your tickets for those events here.

Wes Period

Here’s another one for your diary… but we’ll let Wes explain this one!


Los Coast

As we mentioned last week, Los Coast absolutely stole the show at SXSW, and they were back in Austin this week at Scoot Inn to give some more music to those who just couldn’t get enough.   Check out some stellar photos of the band performing at the Southwest Invasion below.

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