F I N K E L
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F I N K E L

Los Angeles, CA | Established. Jan 01, 2018

Los Angeles, CA
Established on Jan, 2018
Duo Pop Electronic

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F I N K E L @ The Hotel Cafe

LOS ANGELES, California, United States

LOS ANGELES, California, United States

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"‘Less Is More’ Evolves: Meet ‘FINKEL’"

The music on their new record reflects how the distinctive sound of FINKEL’s “dives sonically into an electric soul/pop genre” — the songs are deeply layered with upper-octave synthesizer and lower octave bass, all balanced out by the voices of Finkel and Spencer.
- Evan Rieth - The Albion Pleiad


"VIDEO PREMIERE: F I N K E L – ‘W / O’"

Directed by Sanni Lahtinen is the enchanting video for ‘w / o’ by the LA-based future-pop duo, F I N K E L. Combining their vibrant palette and quirky inner-alien Jane & Brian Spencer masterfully craft a unique blend of hypnotic electro-pop tunes with dreamy phaser guitars and vibey bass pulsations that tease at an otherworldly perspective. She triggering a MIDI mixing board, he on guitar, their vocals intertwine with a shadowy fluidity that invokes notions of another time; perhaps the middle of next week. Sink your teeth into the gorgeously rhythmic visuals for ‘w / o’ before the worldwide release on May 10th.
- Nicola Phillips - Kaltblut


"PREMIERE: F I N K E L have arrived from the future with the video for “w / o”"

Every once in a while, you come across a piece of music that’s hard to pin down, and not easily defined by traditional genre terms. Today, we’re excited to be premiering “w / o,” the first single by Los Angeles-based duo F I N K E L. You could call it pop, and you could call it electro, and you could call it indie, but none of those terms would be quite right. One thing is for certain though: with a pulsating bass line and ethereal guitars, “w / o” is utterly hypnotic, and certainly futuristic.
- Molly Hudelson - Substream Magazine


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Still working on that hot first release.

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Jane and Brian Spencer of F I N K E L seem to arrive from the near future, or perhaps somewhere out there, appearing with a slight shimmer of a dimension adjacent to our own. With an atmosphere treading the periphery of pop, the duo’s tangible vocal presence overlays hypnotic electro pulsations in a combination that teases out details of last night’s otherworldly dreams and tempts the waking state to return to its astral analog. 

Not quite definable by conventional genres, their avant-garde sensibilities will appeal to an audience seeking a respite from the pedestrian daily grind and typical expectations. There’s an enchanting quality that pervades the work of this singing and songwriting combo. Their lyrics explore themes of love and desire; understanding oneself and one another beyond surface qualities; and questioning the status quo. With every track, they’re suggesting we take another, closer look, because what we think we see and hear just might deserve inspection. 

While it remains unclear where these two have been, it’s evident enough that they’re here now. She triggering a MIDI mixing board, he on guitar, their vocals intertwine with a shadowy fluidity that invokes notions of another time; perhaps the middle of next week. They sense you wondering what you’re doing then, and invite you back to the present with a wink. 

A tale of two spirits unravels curiously from the seams of F I N K E L’s new singles. Their ethereal synthetic textures and rich vocal harmonies produce an aesthetic that grabs attention and gives it a nudge. The result somehow distills the mood of a strange day’s fleeting moments into a potent, lingering hex. Like the feeling of a passing glance with a mysterious stranger, we’re left assured we just encountered something ineffable, and wondering if someone else felt it too.

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