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BOE SEASON 2 NOW FILMING
SEP 14 - 28
With appearances on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert and LIVE on KEXP, this Portland based Latin indie alternative/experimental band is truly one of a kind. They’re latest album Ojos Del Sol was voted into NPR’s Top 50 Albums. With over 250k monthly listeners on Spotify and millions of YouTube views – Y La Bamba is an incredible voice to the artistry of Americana folk and modern Chicana feminism.
OLIVER WOOD 9/14
Oliver Wood is a mainstay of modern-day American roots music. The front man of the Wood Brothers, he's spent the 21st century blurring the boundaries between folk, gospel, country-soul, and Americana, earning an international audience and a Grammy Award-nomination along the way. As a solo artist, he continues that tradition while also shining new light on sharp songwriting, savvy guitar chops, and incredible vocals.
RED LIGHT CAMERAS 9/16
Red Light Cameras are a show-stopping rock band out of Albuquerque, New Mexico. This band packs a punch and always has the dance floor moving. The songs are catchy, the hooks infectious, and the beats will have you bouncing. It's all the pop you need with some serious garage rock edge to blow you away.
RARE AMERICANS 9/19
Rare Americans is a genre-blending indie sensation, their songs paired with narrative-driven animated videos have garnered the band their first top 100 Billboard album, over 250 million streams and and one million social media followers. Hailing form Vancouver BC this band is blowing up.
FLOR DE TOLOACHE 9/20
Having performed at Coachella and a NPR Tiny Desk Concert, this Latin Grammy-winning, New York-based ensemble with musicians hailing from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Cuba, Australia, Colombia, Germany, Italy, and the United States. They recently performed at the Kennedy Center and have a new album out produced by 11-time Grammy-winner Rafa Sardina (Stevie Wonder, Lady Gaga, Rodrigo y Gabriela)
JONATHAN TYLER 9/21
Dallas, Texas southern rock at it’s finest. Touring with likes of ZZ Top and Lynrd Skynrd. JT and the band has been rocking and rolling for over a decade, crushing at festivals such as ACL, Bonaroo, and SXSW. With over 4 million downloads and appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live, including their music appearing on hit shows on HBO, FOX, and ABC – JT is an American mainstay rocker.
ZACH PERSON 9/22
American recording artist, Zach Person, is the new face of indie rock. Emerging out of Austin, Texas, Person plays loud, raw - connecting with his music fans on a primal sonic level. Only 25 years old, Person has a swagger, talent and grit beyond his years. Kicking off his career at only 18, appearing on America’s Got Talent, Zach has gone on to record sessions with ACL, Audio Tree, Jam In the Van, and more.
alex Maryol & Felix Y Los Gatos 9/24
In this episode we combine two great New Mexican artists; From Santa Fe, Alex Maryol and his band join us to lay down some serious blues. Alex has opened for artists: Etta James, G. Love and Special Sauce, Bo Diddley, Bonnie Raitt, Lyle Lovett, Leon Russell, and Blues Traveler. Followed up by the legendary Felix Y Los Gatos! They’ve shared the stage with Grammy-winner Dwayne Dopsie, Ozomatli, and recently cut a record featuring John Popper of Blues Traveler.
Mozart Gabriel & Side Montero 9/24
In this episode we combine two great New Mexican artists. Hailing from the Taos Pueblo, Mozart Gabriel is a Native American punk rocker who’s collaborated with Shakey Graves, Korn, and inflames. Followed by the crushing indie/alt rock band with jazz influence hailing from Albuquerque, NM: Side Montero!
French Cassettes 9/26
Hailed by the SF Chronicle as "the best of San Francisco’s indie-rock scene”, French Cassettes are a harmony-driven power-pop quartet force to reckon with. Music filled with winding melodies that pop up unexpectedly but grab hold and don’t let go. With over 250k monthly Spotify listeners and recent appearances on Paste Magazine and Treefort Music Festival. French Cassettes are storming the music scene.
Y La Bamba 9/28
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