Bossa Nova. Gypsy Jazz. Bluegrass. Island-infused Drum & Bass. Sunny West Coast Indie-Rock... and One DJ.

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With their uplifting, indie-rock and universal message of positivity & love, it’s no mystery why The Mowgli’s have nearly 1 Million Monthly Listeners on Spotify. Frequently called “the quintessential California band,” The Mowgli's are known for their laid-back mix of sunny West Coast pop, garage rock and 60’s Laurel Canyon folk sound. Their debut album "Waiting for the Dawn" (Photo Finish Records) premiered at #4 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and yielded the group their first hit song “San Francisco.” Their sophomore album "Kids In Love" included the feel-right summer song “I’m Good,” originally written for an anti-bullying campaign. Website >>

 
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Zach Deputy


A multi-instrumentalist and songwriter based in Savannah, GA, Zach is best known for his live looping shows. He describes his style as "island-infused drum n' bass gospel ninja soul." Deputy has a diverse ethnic background, having Puerto Rican, Irish, African, British, French, and Cherokee heritage, which opens him to influence from Latin, Caribbean, and African music. Deputy's music is often about "the highs of life," and he has said that songwriting is a way to "take pictures of the things that I want to remind myself of 10 years from now." Website >>

 
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Horseshoes & Hand Grenades


While strongly rooted in bluegrass, old-time, and folk music, the five Wisconsinites that make up Horseshoes & Hand Grenades, produce a sound that draws on the vaults of music collectively and individually enjoyed throughout the course of their lives thus far. Horseshoes & Hand Grenades has begun to form a place in the American music scene, gaining recognition on a national scale with the band taking 3rd place at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival’s Band Competition in 2012. Being mostly inspired by rivers, valleys, good friends, and good food & drink, this five-piece is as sturdy as any Midwest riverbed and will make your toes tap from sundown to sunrise. Website >>

 
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Banshee Tree


Originally from upstate New York, Banshee Tree plays a mix of standards like "On the Sunny Side of the Street" and mellifluously joyful originals like "Make it Rain" with a surprisingly original and enticing mix of gypsy jazz, folk pop and swing. Website >>

 
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Flatirons Jazz Quintet


From Bop to Contemporary to Funk to Mainstream, Flatirons Jazz Quintet plays a wide cross section of favorite standards and original compositions. Flatirons Jazz features Kurt Eherenman and Keith Ley on saxophones and flutes, John Lumia on guitar, Tom Bartling on bass and Alan Aluisi on drums. Website >>

 
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Avenhart

is an indie-folk band that combines powerful harmonies and honest lyrics with the warm and rich sound of a six-piece string band. Situated firmly on top are deep, rich lead vocals sung directly from the soul.

Brought together by the music of Tony Rice and The Stanley Brothers, these six musicians set out to create original music that represents their own personal twist on folk and Americana. Using bluegrass instrumentation, they focus on intricate arrangements, warm harmonies, haunting melodies, heart-felt lyrics, and powerful vocals. Website >>

 
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Joel Davis

is the Minister of Music and Chief Creative Officer at Conduit >>, a human-curated streaming music service designed to help you discover the music you didn't know you love. He is the producer/host of TerraSonic >> on KGNU, your weekly magic carpet ride around the world of music.

His life in music includes stints as record label manager and owner, artist manager, event producer, booking agent, journalist, live recording engineer and tour manager. The thread tying it all together is his passion for turning people onto the universe of underheard, overlooked sounds that he’s explored through nearly 30 years (and counting) of eclectic radio programming.

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