Mother Mother’s rapid ascent from an acoustic folk trio touring the open mics of their
hometown to an internationally revered alternative pop/rock five-piece touring the clubs,
theaters and event centers of North America and Europe not only demonstrates just how
far they’ve come but has also blazed the trail for what’s to follow. Featuring the multitalented
line up of Ryan Guldemond (vocals/guitar), Molly Guldemond (vocals/synth),
Jasmin Parkin (vocals/keys), Jeremy Page (bass/horns) and Ali Siadat
(percussion/electronics), Mother Mother’s unique blend of clever lyrics, stunning vocals,
quirky arrangements and a multi-dimensional sound both on stage and in the studio has
amassed the group a reputation that’s brought about their celebration as indie darlings, all
the while endearing to the mainstream.
Battle Tapes released their first body of work, “Sleepwalker” in the Summer of 2011. The self-released six-track EP features the standout track of the same name, as well as remix contributions from fellow up-and-coming artists. The group released their second EP, “Sweatshop Boys” in the Spring of 2012, further blurring the lines between indie rock and dance music.
Battle Tapes performs regularly in the Los Angeles area, at venues throughout Hollywood, Silver Lake and Echo Park, and is a mainstay and fan favorite on Moheak Radio.