BBB is a Brooklyn-based electro-pop trio.
Founded by New York native Sean Han (guitar/synth/vocals/Ableton Live), Brooklyn-based electro-pop outfit Blip Blip Bleep (BBB) has made a name for itself by consistently delivering catchy hooks, intelligent songwriting and for making audiences dance. Over time the group has grown to include Kayce McGehee (synth/vocals) and Jojo Schwarz (drums) who contribute immense talent and intensify all aspects of the project.
BBB's first EP Wireless and their second, Alarm Clock, Snooze Bar, Get Up, garnished them a thumbs up from the likes of BillBoard Magazine, IndieFeed, PopMatters, The Deli NYC, and NME.com’s video blog. Although BBB performs live in and around NYC, most frequently at the acclaimed Mercury Lounge, the band has a national tour history performing at clubs and colleges alike. The trio has shared the stage with such acts as My Dear Disco, Hedley, Still Life Still, Bear Hands, Boy Crisis, Walter Meego, and Woodhands; with a major highlight playing at the Jones Beach Amphitheater sidestage for the Honda Civic Tour with Paramore and Tegan & Sara.
Since the release of their first LP, Like Track Stars in 2010, BBB has gained attention on an even wider scale. Vanity Fair licensed one of their tracks for the magazine's behind the scenes video for their 2011 Hollywood Issue; the producers of the indie film/documentary Dressedalso selected several BBB tunes for its soundtrack. Additionally, they have had numerous songs featured on shows like ABC's Castle, NBC's First Look, The Today Show, and Friends With Benefits, Bravo's NYC Prep, Nickelodeon's The Troop, as well as various popular internet programs.