Goli is a duo of misfit classical musicians with an appetite for world music that has cut its teeth in rock bands, world folk ensembles, symphony orchestras, and the occasional free-improv outlet. This is their CD-release performance.
Jaggery found its footing in New York, writing and performing under different monikers until 2004 when the band began to take its current shape. Jaggery has brought its dark and dramatic sound to the stage of Boston’s NEMO conference in 2005 and Toronto, Canada’s North by Northeast in 2011, and has opened for Amanda Palmer and Wye Oak. The band's live show has become as much a theatrical performance as an audio one, often including dancers, aerialists, and film.
SkiM is an eclectic, five-piece contemporary folk band based in Boston. Formed in 2014 at the New England Conservatory of Music, the band looks forward to sharing music from its most recent EP, 10 Things, as well as a palette of songs old and new. SkiM's sound is shaped by all forms of life ranging from the music of the Punch Brothers, Sam Amidon, and Cake to the works of Malcolm X, Kurt Vonnegut, and Angela Davis.