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No conversation about New York City rock ’n’ roll is complete without Native Sun. Fronted by Colombian-American songwriter Danny Gomez, the band makes cathartic and timeless songs that are undeniable. Along with drummer Nico Espinosa and bassist Justin Barry, their livewire local gigs are simultaneously welcoming, unpredictable, and chaotic — making them a can’t-miss fixture of city nightlife with a scrappy but sizable following.

Management: Peter Hamelin

Label: Grand Jury, Robbie Mackie

Booking: Inky Cohen

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Hannah fronted the groundbreaking band And The Kids, putting out three successful albums and spending ten years touring the US and abroad. Mohan takes influence from Canadian indie rock, Traditional Folk and Avant-garde Pop.

Management: Peter Hamelin, Rei Kimura

Record Label: Egg Hunt Records

Booking: Little Revolution Artists, Gregg Little


Known for high-octane live shows and a penchant for razor-sharp compositions. The group has rapidly gained a strong word-of-mouth buzz throughout the northeast, earning them support slots opening for Horse Jumper of Love, They Are Gutting a Body of Water, Tonstartssbandht, Thus Love, Lucy, and GIFT.  The band is in the studio with legendary Vermont-based producers Urian Hackney and Benny Yurco.

Management: Peter Hamelin


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A bittersweet nostalgia lies at the heart of Imaginary People, the new album from indie roots duo Viv & Riley. Over ten tracks, the pair applies an indie folk sheen to newly composed pop gems, a reworking of an ancient ballad, and even an original fiddle tune, deftly weaving together the old and new. The record was produced by Alex Bingham of Hiss Golden Messenger. 

Management: Chris Freeman, Clara Stokes

Booking: Lost Buffalo, Molly Farr

Record Label: Free Dirt Records

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