We’re pleased to announce our annual CMJ showcase will be taking place this year on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 at Mercury Lounge....Read >
About Saint Pepsi
Saint Pepsi started in December 2012 as an Ableton exercise, but is now 21-year-old Ryan DeRobertis’ main outlet for songwriting and production. As DeRobertis developed his sampling technique, he branched out into disco and funk music. The netlabel Keats Collective released the Hit Vibes album in May 2013. Around the same time, Saint Pepsi received even more attention for his “Call Me Maybe” remix, a captivating re-working of the Carly Rae Jepsen hit.
Since then, DeRobertis has been focusing on exploring the weird side of pop music. “I’m drawn to tuneful melodies; complex chord structures; outlandish synths and drums; and I like to take pop a capellas and see how I can warp the songs while keeping the melodies almost entirely intact,” he says. DeRobertis sums up his ambitions simply: “I want to make pop music for freaks, basically.”
Saint Pepsi’s “Fiona Coyne” b/w “Fall Harder” 7″ is out today. To celebrate the release we’re streaming the b-side “Fall Harder.” Pick up a copy anywhere good records are sold....Read >