Experimentation shapes every aspect of Ocean Park Standoff, which all three members have found revitalizing. Coming together by chance, each of the artists behind L.A.-based alt-pop trio Ocean Park Standoff comes from a world all their own. Pete Nappi, a self-taught producer who built his own studio in the basement as a kid constructing deeply inventive productions rooted in art rock and underground hip-hop. Samantha Ronson, a longtime DJ known for spinning at the most high-profile gigs around the world, she is also a songwriter/multi-instrumentalist who matches her lyrical smarts with a sonic ingenuity. And, Ethan Thompson, a classically trained vocalist, also has revealed his refined song craft by penning hits for major artists and performing at singer/songwriter hotspots around L.A. Ocean Park Standoff released their first two-songs Good News and Photos & Liquor in October of last year. “Good News” is currently Top 15 at Hot AC radio and has garnered over 7M global Spotify streams. Ocean Park Standoff has already been busy in 2017, hitting the road with LoLo in February, South By Southwest in March and this summer they are heading out on a 29-city arena tour with Third Eye Blind and Silversun Pickups.