Yes or No is a pop rock band from Chicago whose music conveys a sense of nostalgia accompanied by memorable hooks and well-crafted songs.
Hailing from Chicago, Sex Therapy is a unique, all original American Rock band that delivers. The Juggernaut behind Sex Therapy is main songwriter, rhythm guitarist and vocalist Cassy Baxter whose prose about love conquered, lost or otherwise, blends effortlessly with the bands tight rhythms.
Vance Joy has an original voice which at first he kept to himself. Feeding on a diet of The Pogues, Paul Kelly, and whatever else was playing, he cut his teeth performing at open mike nights in Melbourne.
Et Tu Brucé, the English quartet whose debut album Suburban Sunshine has already emerged as one of the year’s most acclaimed releases, is set to return to the United States in late August for a second American tour this year.
Dann Morr is a Chicago-based songwriter and musician. Since the 1990s he has been a singer and multi-instrumentalist for his own bands High Energy Physics, Wells-next-the-Sea, The Carlisles, and Analog Radio as well as bassist and backing vocalist for a number of other Windy City singer/songwriters, indie-rockers, and alt-country groups including Mooner, Kerosene Stars, Kevin Lee, Jimmy Byron, The Gear, Phil Angotti, and Tom Daily.
Bombadil's last album was almost its swan song. The quartet of singers, songwriters and multi-instrumentalists - Stuart Robinson, Daniel Michalak, Bryan Rahija and James Phillips recorded All That the Rain Promises in ten days, while living in a barn in Oregon.
The Breedings: Willie Breeding writes classic country songs--emotional and boozy, melodic and catchy--while his sister Erin makes them her own with a formidable voice, uniquely fitted for tragedy and perfectly suited for the lovesick.
Frances Luke Accord is a folk-pop duo based out of Chicago, Illinois. Consisting of friends Brian Powers and Nicholas Gunty, the duo's compositions arch on two-fold harmonies, rhythmic phrasing, and pensive, poetic lyrics.
Through the use of a four-track tape recorder in a 450 square foot studio apartment, Aryk Crowder began creating a brand of music begging to be heard. Combining his past experiences, Aryk began to write lyrics hailing from the world of rhythm and blues - guitar riffs inspired by Jimi Hendrix and intricately molded vocals recalling the soulful warmth of Al Green.