Ava Luna combines elements of post-punk, funk and R&B to create a sound that is uniquely their own. The beloved Brooklyn six-piece released their first 7” single, “Wrenning Day,” via Inflated in advance of the album Ice Level.
Bass Drum of Death is a garage rock band from Oxford, Mississippi fronted by John Barrett. In 2011, Inflated co-released their debut album, GB City, with Fat Possum Records. The group has since gone on to release music for LA-based label Innovative Leisure.
Memoryhouse is a Canadian duo consisting of Denise Nouvion and Evan Abelee. Following the "Lately" 7" single, their physical debut for Inflated, the group went on to release a single for Suicide Squeeze Records, and a pair of records for Sub Pop.
Post Louis is a London-based band led by Stephanie Davin and Robbie Stern. On their debut EP for Inflated, This Could Be A Bridge, the group showcased their knack for thoughtful songwriting and infectious riffs.
So Cow and Squarehead are two guitar pop bands from Ireland. Having released albums for Tic Tac Totally and Goner Records, Galway's So Cow came together with Squarehead from Dublin to record the Out of Season split LP for Inflated.
Speedy Ortiz is a self-proclaimed “snack rock” band from Northampton, MA led by Sadie Dupuis. Their debut 7” single, “Ka-Prow!” b/w “Hexxy,” was released via Inflated in advance of their critically acclaimed albums for Carpark Records.
Squarehead and So Cow are two guitar pop bands from Ireland. Having released albums for Tic Tac Totally and Goner Records, Galway's So Cow came together with Squarehead from Dublin to record the Out of Season split LP for Inflated.
Video Age is a New Orleans-based duo consisting of multi-instrumentalists Ross Farbe and Ray Micarelli. On their debut LP, Living Alone, the pair brings classic guitar-driven pop together with synthetic sounds and a mechanical feel to create upbeat music with dark, gritty undertones.
Zula is a psych pop band from NYC led by cousins Henry and Nate Terepka. Listeners were first introduced to Zula on the album This Hopeful, and the quartet continues to push their heavily rhythmic sound on its follow-up.