Pikachunes is the sad pop project of jazz trained Melbourne musician Miles McDougall. Classicaly trained in his youth, Miles founded Pikachunes in 2009 based on digitally focused compositions while he recovered from a serious skateboarding accident.
His debut EP Pikachunes was released in 2011 followed by the Miles EP in 2013 via Lil’ Chief Records. Incorporating influences of the Pet Shop Boys and disco driven synth pop, Pikachunes quickly garnered a significant following and toured Europe, Australia, New Zealand and the east coast of America.
In 2015 Pikachunes signed to Monday Records and released his third album Allely.
Sad-pop renegade Miles G. Loveless aka Pikachunes is returning to the stage at the close of this week, showcasing the new tunes he’s been working…
Deception, betrayal and imagination. Pikachunes are rotating all three elements in a gripping storyline for their brand new clip Friends and Family.
Produced by Lugufi…
We’re two days away from Underproof, the Happy Mag issue #4 launch party at the Botany View Hotel. A celebration of the emerging Sydney talent…
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30. GL – Hallucinate 29. Pond – Sweep Me Off My Feet 28. Donny Benet – Working…
For someone who takes their name from an international symbol of cuteness and innocence, Pikachunes has proven he knows how to make a filthy track….
It’s no secret that music can bring our thoughts and feelings to life, even at their most inexpressible. Melbourne aficionado of sad-pop Pikachunes grasps this concept whole heartedly…