Artist Profile: KARMS - Avant Music Port - Music licensing & supervision - Ireland
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Artist Profile: KARMS

Artist Profile: KARMS

New to Music Sync Licensing from Ireland

Style: Indie Rock, Indie Pop, Electronic, Post Rock, Alt Rock, Pop Rock, Indie Folk

Moods: Uplifting, Soaring, Reflective, Ambient, Building, Upbeat, Explosive, Driving, Hard Hitting, Nostalgic, Warm, Sweet, Hurt, Love, Heartbreak

A superhero, action-packed punch is what drives the tracks of Dublin-based indie rock band KARMS. Made up of brothers Colm and Stephen O’Loughlin, and friends Danny Farrelly and Jay Maleney, the four piece released their debut EP a mere three months ago and are on the rise ever since. In the midst of the explosive wall of sound the group creates, there are lyrics that are carefully and thoughtfully crafted, so well that the track ‘All I Want’ was in the final ten of the 2017 IMRO Ireland Christie Hennessy song competition. While their powerful, anthemic tracks, such as ‘We Always Lose’ and ‘River’, scream strength and have a rebellious punch, the band also have a softer side, as heard in tracks like ‘Satellites’ and ‘Beautiful Magic’, where a dreamy soundscape and a heartfelt, acoustic performance are produced. Whether you hear KARMS as the superhero/Marvel-type soundtrack, or a more subdued, delicate indie folk/rock sound, the band has still flirted with other styles, as well as sync as seen here where in they create their own version of the Stranger Things theme:

Stranger KARMS

There's something about this song that has you listening to it over and over and over again. It's also the theme song to one of the best shows on TV today!We couldn't help but put together our own take on the Stranger Things theme… #StrangerKARMS

Posted by KARMS on Saturday, November 11, 2017

Here’s their video for ‘We Always Loose’

Clare McGonigle