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Laura Stevenson


Laura Stevenson grew up in Rockville Center and became friends with the members of the Arrogant Sons of Bitches. After the group split in 2005, she was appointed the keyboard player for the lead singer Jeff Rosenstock's new project. During this time, Laura had written many songs and was performing solo. While recording with Rosenstock's new project, Bomb The Music Industry, she began to start her own band. Laura released her sixth album, Laura Stevenson, in August 2021.

Lucy Dacus


Lucy Dacus is an indie singer-songwriter from Richmond, Virginia. She has released two critically acclaimed alblums: No Burden and Historian, with a third, Home Video, released on June 25, 2021. In 2018, she formed Boygenius with Phoebe Bridgers and Julien Baker.

Phoebe Bridgers


Phoebe Bridgers is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist and produced from Los Angeles, California. She made her solo debut with the studio album ,Stranger in the Alps, followed by Punisher, which earned Bridgers widespread critical acclaim and four Grammy Award nominations, including Best New Artist. 

The Fifth Fire


The Fifth Fire is based out of Las Vegas, NV. They formed in the midwest in 2010 and have toured all across the United States. They were signed to LMC Records in 2013, but are not currently signed to the label. The Fifth Fire won The Steel Bar (Wichita, KS) Battle Of The Bands in 2016. They have released three albums, and other assorted recordings. Their discography includes: 

Generation I- 2011

Melolagnia- 2015

Larger Than Death- 2019

Lavender Sunday


Lavender Sunday is an indie project started by Braden Nichols and Matt Reese in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Neo-psychedelia production with arrangements and melodies from the rock of the late 1960's gives them a very unique sound.

Wye Oak


Wye Oak is an American Indie Rock duo from Baltimore, Maryland. The duo consists of Andy Jenn Wasner, lead vocals, guitar, bass and plays acoustic or electric guitar. Andy Stack sings backup vocals, guitars, bass, keyboard and drums. The name Wye Oak is referenced after the former state tree of their home state of Maryland.

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