Mother Yeti is an experimental rock band from a town called Moscow. A strange little home nestled in the pines of northern Idaho. Mother Yeti is comprised of two young men, Bill Tracy and Zack Degler. Together they strive to provide your ears with something different, often blending genres and experimenting with different styles. To please the heart of the Yeti, one can never be put in a box.
Adrian Xavier’s inspirational and groundbreaking grooves create an experience that is refreshing. Adrian Xavier’s music connects with audiences, bringing a positive energy that moves people to dance and sing. His music delivers a joyful perspective that relates to people of all walks of life. Blending world reggae with elements of jazz, pop, soul and more. Adrian Xavier’s band features some of Seattle’s most notable musicians, he has been working with them for well over a decade now.
Born and raised in Sandpoint Idaho, Shook Twins are an Indie folk-pop band hailing from Portland, Oregon. Identical twins, Katelyn and Laurie are the main songwriters, but they also back up their band member Niko Slice (electric guitar, mandolin and vocals) adding his uniquely compelling songs to the mix. Barra Brown is on Drums, vocals and Drum Pad, and Josh Simon is on Bass, vocals, Electric guitar, and synth. Central to Shook Twins’ sound is their wide range of instrumentation: banjo, acoustic and electric guitars, electric bass, mandolin, electronic drums, face drum (beat-box), glockenspiel, ukulele, banjo-head drumming and their signature Golden Egg. Beautiful twin harmonies, layered upon acoustic and electric instrumentation, coupled with Laurie’s inventive use of percussive and ambient vocal loops, and Katelyn’s re-purposed telephone microphone, set their sound apart, creating a unique and eccentric blend of folk, roots, groove and soul.
In 2016 MAGIC GIANT moved bodies and souls in over thirty cities across North America, touring with bands such as Mike Posner and Beats Antique and playing festivals ranging from Electric Forest to Lightning in a Bottle. Their latest single ‘Set On Fire’ has over 3 million streams and 350,000 video views. Since their self-release it charted #4 on Spotify’s US Viral 50 and #1 on KROQ’s Locals Only. The LA indie band has built a reputation for its infectious sing-alongs and communal live experiences, blending folk instruments (banjo, fiddle, harmonica) with big drums and dance rhythms.
Founded in spring 2015, Ian Hale and The Legacy is an up and coming Progressive Americana Rock band based out of Seattle. Their energetic sound, driven by intoxicating melodies and searing guitar riffs, blends many of the most definitive rock and roll sounds from the past decades and distills them into a uniquely accessible musical package.
Luke and Isaac grew up in Olympia, WA doing everything together and doing it with passion. Now they both go to WSU and are tearing up the music scene in Pullman. They finished their first album last year and it was a hit with all of their fans and are looking forward to finishing their next album. They have a lot of original music they wrote together that you can find on iTunes, Youtube, Spotify, or on their website.
Country fans are no strangers to the uncanny musical connection of a family band, but they’ve never heard anything like the duo High Valley – and that’s simply because brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel never knew how country was “supposed” to sound.
Growing up in La Crete, Alberta — more than a 40-hour drive from where they now live in Music City — Brad and Curtis were completely cut off from the world of pop culture throughout their early lives. While their upbringing didn’t exactly acquaint them with the Billboard 100, it’s that insulation that helped cement their musical ideals and love of simple, classic country, allowing High Valley’s music to feel simultaneously fresh and timeless. Dear Life, their major label debut releasing November 18 on Atlantic/Warner Music Nashville, is an album that fuses tradition with wide-eyed musical exploration, stays true to their family-first value system and celebrates resilient positivity.