Born and raised in rural Massachusetts and currently living in Brooklyn, NY—via Colorado and then Philadelphia—Eliza Edens weaves together disparate influences of people and place into her work to create mesmerizing sonic tapestries with guitar and voice. With a love for tinkering with alternate tunings à la Nick Drake, a curious harmonic ear from years of childhood classical piano lessons, and an ever-expanding affinity for words and stories, Edens’ songs build a kaleidoscopic world that documents the parallels between hope and heartbreak. The resulting sound is a diverse palette of guitar-based, experimental folk-rock centered around Edens gently cradled voice and brimming at the edges with pockets of sonic whimsy.
Thompson Springs is a 4- piece based in Chicago. PBS called the band “a mix of indie rock with a southern/western feel,” and Detroit Public Radio (WDET) noted that they pull influences from classic songwriters, like Tom Petty, to more recent indie artists, like Kurt Vile. Thompson Springs worked with Wilco’s Pat Sansone for their debut album, Undertones, which they released on the band's own label, Dropped Beauty.
NIIKA, conceived and fronted by Russian-born, Chicago-bred Nika Nemirovsky, is a genre-bending, soft explosion of intimate indie, soul, and jazz-infused folk. Nika invites listeners to step into her world of multitudes- warmth, intimacy, and tenderness collide effortlessly with experimentation and playfulness in her songwriting. Her music invites a feminine, tender, and real voice to mingle with adventurous rhythmic and textural choices, and invokes a sense of magic in whatever space it happens to inhabit.
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