Weathers emerged in 2016 with the darkly tinged, guitar-driven alt-rock songs “Happy Pills” and “I Don't Wanna Know,” which have racked up a collective 9.4 million Spotify streams. Now, armed with a new sound and uplifting, hopeful songs, the band members are looking forward to releasing Kids in the Night in three parts — two EPs followed by a full album — this year. “We used to write stuff like, ‘Shit sucks and we’re sad about it,’” Boyer says. “Now we’re like, ‘Shit sucks and we’re okay with that.’ It’s very empowering.”
In Milwaukee’s rising, lively and unique music scene, Lex Allen has found his artistic home and niche where he can flourish and grow as a singer. Lex is a neo soul pop singer, similar to the likes of Pharrell Williams and Janelle Monae, who has been taking Milwaukee’s music scene by storm with his fluid, inclusive and empowering musical style. He has an incredible vocal range and dynamic style that can adapt to countless genres of music, which can be heard both through his solo work and on his features. Whether it be electronic, hip hop, soul or pop styles.
An indie pop duo based out of Rochester NY, Roses & Revolutions is made up of singer Alyssa Coco and guitarist Matt Merritt. As members of a bigger multi-instrumental band, Coco and Merritt recognized in each other a kindred spirit and formed Roses & Revolutions. In the fall of 2016, Coco and Merritt released “The Pines,” a rallying point for fans at shows as well as online with features at Indie Shuffle, All Things Go, Yahoo! Music, Your EDM and others. Spotify Canada discovered “The Pines,” added it to a playlist, and it took off, eventually reaching #2 on the Viral Chart and has over one million streams. From the viral success of “The Pines,” R&R booked opening gigs with accomplished acts like K Flay, Kaleo, VÉRITÉ, Nina Nesbitt as well as their own headlining shows.
Selling out venues in Minnesota at the age of 17, DeWolfe's hard worth ethic and anthemic songwriting found a home in the Twin Cities music scene. The multi-instrumentalist and producer spent his early years in high school touring the country while opening for national and international acts, such as PVRIS, Why Don't We, The Plain White T's, Echosmith, and more. Achieving a massive amount of traction after winning Minnesota's Go 96.3's Battle of the Bands, DeWolfe opened for Run the Jewels and Bishop Briggs while debuting "Karma" in 2017. Influenced by Jon Bellion, Bruno Mars, and Panic! at the Disco, the music video (filmed and choreographed in the style of the musical Grease) quickly went viral on Facebook, getting over 250,000 views within a week. His debut EP "Growing Pains" debuted on Dec 29th, 2017, followed by a sold out release show at Amsterdam Hall.
20 year old Clover’s project isn’t just about showcasing her own artistry. With the creative team and minds of producer Mike Hart and drummer/guitarist Landon Jett, she wants to bring a pop sound infused with her Underground/Alternative Rock roots. It’s a combination of her influences of kickass women like Gwen Sefani, P!NK, Hayley Williams, Joan Jett, Melanie Martinez and more. Hailing from Tyler, TX, Clover is bringing her punk attitude to the world of pop.