Leo Guardo joins forces with electronic duo Cali Satellites for new single ‘Only The Good Ones’ alongside vocalist Brontë Horder.
Electronic-pop & House duo Cali Satellites, DJ Leo Guardo and vocalist Brontë Horder have come together on their stunning new single ‘Only The Good Ones’. The title from the trio’s new four track EP released via Top Town Records, ‘Only The Good Ones’ is a gorgeous Electronic-Pop track which demonstrates the trio’s remarkable chemistry and ability to create emotional yet exciting, commercially viable music that incorporates elements of Pop and Dance music.
Speaking about how the track was written, Cali Satellites, DJ Leo Guardo and Brontë Horder explain: “This song started as a jam between Brontë & Adam. At the time we were listening to stories of people who had distorted perceptions of themselves. As Brontë was searching for a melody, out came the lyrics, being at war with ourselves and wanting to reframe the way we think and speak about our minds and our bodies.
Everyone’s inner dialogue would be so much kinder if we treated ourselves the way we treat our friends. When our friends talk about their insecurities, we always say beautiful words to them, encouraging them to practice love and forgiveness like ‘don’t be so hard on yourself’ & ‘you’re doing an amazing job’. We sent it to Leo, who felt inspired & imbued his electronic magic.”
ABOUT THE TRIO
Brontë Horder is an Australian composer and vocalist. She has written and produced both score and bespoke songs for film, TV and documentary projects. Her song ‘Day By Day’ for the short film Fourteen received a nomination for Best Original Song Composed For The Screen at the 2019 APRA-AGSC Screen Music Awards. She co-wrote and performed the title song “Take Me Home” for the Foxtel documentary Bear: Koala Hero. Brontë wrote and produced the song “Everybody Wants To Be Me” for Chloe Morello’s YouTube series Not So Famous. She also works as a session vocalist, contributing vocals to projects including ad promos for Survivor Australia, Celebrity Name Game and the ABC. After winning Sony Music Australia’s songwriting competition Breaking Ground in 2013, Brontë released music as a solo artist. Her music video for The Eleventh Hour premiered on MTV Australia and her single Switch It Off received nomination nods at the Indie Music Channel Awards for Best Pop Song, Best Pop Recording and Best Female PopArtist.
Masters of musical emotion, Cali Satellites effortlessly crafted songwriting is a sometimes beautiful, sometimes dark and always engaging journey.Satellites members Wicks and Gock have had a long and celebrated musical history and in this incarnation they deliver a masterful slice of electro pop house, laced with tinges of blues folk and indie rock.In this their debut album, we find them collaborating with a lineup of both breakthrough and celebrated guest artists, taking us on a musical journey moving from sunny feel good grooving to roaring dark electronica.
Leo Guardo is an Italian born Dj, Music Producer and Sound Engineercurrently living in Melbourne. He started deejaying at a very young age,and in 2001 he gained popularity within the house music scene after playing his unique style at Chalet delle Rose (DOC Show) in Italy.In 2008, Leo moved to Australia to perfect his skills in sound engineering. With 10+ years in the audio industry Leo has worked on a number of professional productions across music, television and radio.At present Leo is deeply focused on music production and his work has gained respect across the music industry. He’s currently signed to some of the best labels in the genre, Orianna Music, MoBlack Records, KingStreet Sounds, Wired, Tribe Records and Merecumbe Recordings to name a few. Leo’s unique style brings a fusion of tech, deep and house grooves infused with balearic, tribal and ethnic elements, that will excite and inspire any crowd.