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Motion Trap has been creating synthesized soundscapes, electronic explorations and sexy hooks for over six years now. In 2017 the duo released Heavenly Bodies, an EP packed to the brim with utterly addictive pop songs, each one holding their own as indie hits.

Duo Kyle Williams and Nathan Rogers are honoring a victorious year after winning the popular vote for Best Pop Band in Denver via 303 Magazine, opening a 3,400 person show at The Fillmore for BØRNS and scoring a feature on a Vinyl Me, Please compilation album amongst notable acts like DeVotchKa, The Motet, Tennis and more. Their new single “N2U” is a taste of more to come as Motion Trap continue to solidify themselves as front-runners in the indie synth-pop genre. 


//  Origin:  Denver, CO
//  Genres:  Synth-Pop, Indie-Rock
//  Years Active:  2012- Present
//  Label:  Unsigned
//  Website:
// Played with: Twenty One Pilots, BØRNS
// Members: 

Kyle Williams — Bass, guitar, keys, backup vocals

Nathan Rogers — Vocals, keys, guitar







Label: Unsigned

Booking: Kyle Williams |


"[Motion Trap's] infectious sound [will] get stuck in anyone’s head. Their new summer-ready tune “N2U” brings a dance-friendly backbone with bright production and instrumentation while the catchy vocals shine."

- Jake Nixon , This Song is Sick

"Sometimes toe-tapping, other times atmospheric and textural, Motion Trap seems to have command of anything it decides to do."

- Simon Weedn, Culture Magazine

This Song is Sick

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"Motion Trap plays a smart hand, releasing new music that is finely tailored and mastered to the best of their abilities, and trust me — their best is worth noticing.."

- Camila Biddulph, 303 Magazine

"Motion Trap continue to solidify themselves as front-runners in the indie synth-pop genre."

- Colorado Public Radio (CPR)

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