The Humble is a three-piece indie-rock group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The band has created a unique musical style combining various genres ranging from garage rock to jazz fusion and characterized by soulful vocals, a larger-than-life rhythm section, and intense live performances. Deli Magazine and WMMR-FM have awarded them artist of the month. They performed their first fan favorite, "Runaway," at a HotBox Session on YouTube. Amped Sounds Magazine called Curse the Weather 2013's album of the year, and the highly respected Philadelphia radio show Preston and Steve hosted them on air for a live performance in June 2014.
Dead Beggars is a four-piece rock 'n' roll band formed in Boston in the fall of 2014. Combining influences that include the warmth and sensibilities of blues rock, the heaviness of hardcore, and the songwriting styles of pop and R&B, Dead Beggars has quickly developed a style and sound that is uniquely its own. Having just released their debut single, "Until You Get It," as well as a live video released with Ugly Duck Studios, the band is gearing up to release their debut EP in March of 2016.
Low Key is an indie-rock band from Boston with musical stylings meandering between genres with elements of funk, folk, and spacey rock. Singer Kelsey Crawford, a Berklee alumna, brings sultry vocals to the forefront, supported by additional vocal harmonies and interwoven guitars. After two years of writing and recording, their debut EP entitled Ship without an Anchor is available now on Spotify, iTunes, Bandcamp, and elsewhere.