Their first single, Ghost "Ghost" came out hot in the blogosphere, which has resulted in remixes from Hey Champ, Barretso, Golden Bug and Only Children.
The track has also been picked up for air play from BBC Radio 1's tastemaker show "In New DJs We Trust."
From the mid-west to the Orient, Gemini Club's own remix chops are in demand online and across the globe. Their remix for Australian band The Vanish went straight into the top ten of Hype Machine's charts. The band's spin on "Cold Dust Girl" entered the same top ten charts on five different occasions within a month - and their remix for Shinichi Osawa has been a mainstay on the iTunes dance charts in Japan. Most recently, the gents of GC's remix of Chilly Gonzales premiered on the RCRD LBL blog as the most downloaded track of the week.
As a talent on the rise, they have been hard at work on an EP to be released, that is to be sure to keep people's feet moving on dance floors everywhere well through the rest of the year.
Now the German-born songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who records under the name Neon Legion is releasing La Revolución, an ambitious album that explores his appreciation for rock, electronic, and classical music and expresses his unique cultural curiosity.
Kressin studied at the Frensham Heights School near London, where rock & roll is an accepted part of the curriculum. He learned about Bach's harmonies and Handel's melodies, toured Europe as a member of the choir and orchestra, and rubbed elbows with the children of rock legends like Roger Waters and Brian May, often visiting the house where Led Zeppelin famously recorded "Stairway to Heaven." "I was also exposed to more electronic music, like Chemical Brothers and Leftfield," he recalls. Freshly inspired, he spent seven months totally alone on a farm in Argentina recording an electro album that never saw official release, though bits and pieces of songs made their way onto La Revolución 15 years later.
In November 2011 Syvia was picked as one of the top bands of the week by The Deli Magazine. They opened for Millionyoung at Pulp Lab/Paper Trail Records/The Sky Report's showcase for CMJ 2011 at Bar Matchless, and for Drop the Lime at Gigmaven.com's official showcase for the 2010 CMJ Music Festival. Syvia was featured as an up and coming new band on Pulp Lab's 2011 InnerTube artist CD.
Lead singer Ruthy is a Norwegian-American born and bred on the Bowery in New York City. She toured globally in the summer and fall of 2009 with the indie pop band The Drums as a backup singer. She has recorded at the BBC studios in London and Cardiff for Rob Da Bank's and Steve Lamaq's radio shows, and performed on John Kennedy's XFM radio show, as well as Mike Jones' "Alternative Therapy" on The Revolution (UK). Previously she was the lead singer of the electronic dance rock band What What Where.