|This 4-member melodic metal band is powered by unique and intense female lead vocals. They have opened for such bands as Hemlock and Graveshadow, which led to notable gigs, such as Petaluma’s historic Phoenix Theatre.
The band has garnered nominations from the Modesto Music Awards in both 2014 and 2015, as well as finished in the top 4 of the 2014 Modesto Battle of the Bands.
Hailing from Central California, this Manteca band has done its share of regional touring, and is erupting as a force in the metal community. Their first single “Wiinters End” was released in 2016. They are working on their first official album in collaboration with Green Kite Records, scheduled to debut this year in 2017.
|Audiophilia is a grunge metal teen band, who has forged a name for themselves by venturing out on Warped Tour and festivals, like Summerfest. They have been featured in large notable venues, such as the Rave and Miramar Theatre in Wisconsin.
“… there’s nothing about the rock act that doesn’t scream ‘potential'” – Emillie Marvel, idobi Radio
This female-fronted 4-piece group has accumulated many awards for their music and performance. Their debut EP, “Slapdash” features 4 songs and is available on most digital platforms. They are currently working on their first full-length album, which they plan to release in 2017.
“The southern Wisconsin rockers tapped a play list from classic to ‘nu’ rock hitting the excitement button…” – Tony Daley, Green Lake Reporter
“They are neither Mannequins, nor particularly Well Dressed. Launched in 2015, this 5-piece indie rock band released their first demo in October that same year, featuring singles “You’ve Got It All” and “This House”.
The band can currently be seen wrapping up their first tour of the West Coast, including the SAC Music Seen produced by the Sacramento Film & Music Festival. They are focused on the release of the first album in the spring of 2017, which is devoted to their high impact, lyrically rich, danceable melodies.
They don’t care about much else, but the music they love…and pizza.
|Usagi is a post-hardcore band, and although they are still making their way into the music industry, they have already opened for Mark Rizzo of noted heavy metal band Soulfly.
Since these four guys are huge anime fans, their band name is based off a Japanese comic book series, meaning rabbit. The band itself is homegrown in Arizona.
Most recently they have released their new EP entitled “The Last Minute Demo”.
|CD Baby describes this Indiana trio as “the child of the Black Keys, Jack White and Josh Homme”. Meet Adam Meyers, Adam Vorndran and Chris Kelly, the spontaneous creators who formed the Breakes in 2011, when they opened for the Congos, and have ever since been honing their craft.
Drawing from influences like the Arctic Monkeys, Led Zeppelin and White Denim, this band pushes the envelope by evolving their dance pop summer jams into urban hiphop pop with a dance twist. They are well on their way to reach their goal of building a loyal Breakes Brigade of fanatic followers and to dominate the tour scene.
Their diverse discography includes their debut album Free of Defects (2014) and sophomore release Ignacio (2016).They are currently recording their newest EP, which will release in the Fall 2019.
Stream their music and follow them on Instagram @thebreakes; and Facebook, thebreakesofficial.
|Catapulted into the spotlight with their high-energy stage show, this 5-man band was invited to open for Kaskade and Fall Out Boy at the 2015 Sunset Music Festival.
Their self-released EP, Most Likely to Succeed, features guest vocals by LBEZ and M.E.Z and received the #5 Hip-Hop add at CMJ Radio. The group’s second EP, 95407, was recently released in April 2016 and premiered on the front page of PureVolume.com.
This regional touring band blends a rap groove with a pop punk attitude, releasing a truly unique signature sound with a dynamic lyrical flow.
|Born out of Detroit in 2010, Black Tie Event burst into the local scene with their unique Pop Punk style and has grown into a commanding force in the festival and events music scene, such as the Comic Con After Party, Homegrown Heroes Music Festival and more.
This very young, 5-member band recorded their first EP entitled Nothing In Life Is Free in 2015. They are preparing an arsenal of new tracks to be released in 2017. Regional touring plans to support its release are also in the making.
|Apricity is a regional touring band, who has opened for such notable nationals as Kutless, Building 429, Ashes Remain and more.
This 4-piece group is writing new tunes for their 4-song EP, creating a unique signature sound for their modern indie pop rock groove. Plans are to release the album in the Summer of 2017, with full tour to support.
Apricity literally means “the warmth of the sun in the winter”, of which they strive to spread the warmth of hope to those in need.
|This dynamic 4-man alternative rock band has opened for such national bands as Smile Empty Soul, 3 Pill Morning and more. They are in regular rotation with 365 Radio Network/Midwest Broadcasting Group; and their music has been played across the airways nationally as well as worldwide.They have received extensive media coverage in Denver and beyond – most recently featured in RockWired and HighWire Daze Magazines. Vermillion Road has been generating a buzz throughout the Denver music scene since exploding onto the market in 2013 with their EP Before the Storm.
In May of 2015, they released their impressive full-length album Palaces to rave reviews. It was mixed by Justin Peacock (Bad Company, Indigo Girls) and mastered by Grammy Award-winning Brian “Big Bass” Gardner (No Doubt, Snoop Dog, Suicidal Tendencies). Their first single off the album, “Tread On Me”, became a huge hit for the band not only winning an Indi.com best rock song award, but garnering them a very successful music video.
They followed up this success in 2016 with the release of their new single “Run”, and are currently working on new music for their upcoming EP with plans for a follow up tour.
|Armed with the best pop punk tunes, these California boys from Static Fiction have been flooding the southwest music scene since 2011. Playing to sold out audiences at such venues as The House of Blues Anaheim, and opening for Snoop Dogg at Club Heat.
Working with such musicians as Rob Ramos of Strung Out; Mike Herrera, MxPx; Marko DeSantis, Sugarcult; and Aaron Barrett, Reel Big Fish has greatly influenced the popular quality of their sound.
Not to mention, their new EP “All In” was produced and mixed by the infamous Ryan Greene (NOFX, Strung Out, The Chimpz, Megadeth, Usher, Authority Zero). Their first EP, “Introducing” was released in 2013.
This 4-man band is taking it to the road as plans are in making for a winter tour to promote their new EP release.