At the intersection of Indie Pop & Electronic Pop, you’ll find Albuquerque-by-way-of-Brooklyn artist MEMORYY (Shaun Hettinger), an artist who feels equally at home churning out remixes for dancefloor heavy hitters like Body Language, as he does outputting neon pop tracks for TV & film - like Netflix’s Chelsea Handler theme song. Excitement for Memoryy's original synth-pop brand has grown from tiny music blogs all the way up to the likes of NYLON & The Huffington Post, with his viral songs frequently topping music-blog aggregator HypeMachine’s Popular chart.
Released last month, his award-winning new album SKELETONS received a major iTunes endorsement & has spawned 2 international iTunes hits. A two year production, SKELETONS features collaborations with artists like Brothertiger, The Golden Pony, and Frances Cone, as well as behind-the-boards help from Yeasayer-producer Abe Seiferth, Saint Motel-producer Joe Napolitano, and Grammy-nominated Katy Perry mixer Luke Tozour. An 80’s baby to his core, Memoryy finally delivers the Pop album of his dreams - bright pop hooks from the keytar-era splattered with modern production flourishes.