Born in the mid-nineties, Stephen Curtis Shutters grew up under the influence of Nintendo, VHS tapes, Star Wars, and music from artists such as DC Talk, Everyday Sunday, and Relient K.
Kazoo, clarinet, piano, banjo, the vocals of Joel Summer, and the strumming of the illustrious Falkor aim to bring sincere tales of imperfection to the masses by way of folky and poppy tunes.
An indie rock act that has been gaining a lot of momentum, Michigander is an underdog dream from an underdog state—the product of restless feet and the need to say something.
She may be young, but with deft fingers and the voice of an angel, she turns simple songs into deep questions about the beauties and severities of love.
Influenced by iconic pop-punk groups such as blink-182 and Sum 41, this Atlanta-based parody band is angst-ridden and ready to leave their hometown behind.
Hailing from the bustling city of Indianapolis, Indiana, Chad Lehr seeks to deliver the songs you play over and over again while you drive through the night.