Located in California’s San Fernando Valley, Operate River North is certainly a six-member indie pop ensemble that originally shaped in 2011 beneath the name Monsters Contacting House. Boasting a lush, folk-influenced audio built around performers Alex Hwang (vocals/electric guitar) and Sally Kang (vocals/tips), the music group also features guitarist/violinist Daniel Chae, bassist Joseph Chun, drummer John Chong, and violinist Jennifer Rim. After filming a distinctive video because of their tune “Combat to Maintain” in the trunk chairs of their little Honda vehicles, they caught the interest of the advertising section at Honda, that used the track in a industrial. This resulted in them producing a shock appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, further growing their audience. Carrying out a sold-out display at Hollywood’s famed Troubadour location, the band authorized with Nettwerk GROUP and officially transformed its name to perform River North. Dealing with maker Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, the Shins, Music group of Horses), they documented their self-titled debut recording, that was released in Feb 2014. After a occupied 12 months touring and advertising their debut, the music group started to alter both their audio and their innovative methods. Writing even more as an organization, they used a newfound electrical audio and a somewhat darker tone on the follow-up album, that they documented with maker Lars Stalfors (Chilly War Kids, Wellness). Documented in LA, Operate River North’s sophomore recording, Consuming from a Sodium Pond, premiered in Feb 2016.