Haux is the multimedia silhouette of photographer-turned musician Woodson Black. Every word, recording, photo, video and visual from his 2016 debut EP All We’ve Known were carefully curated over the course of a year from his quiet home in the Berkshires.  

Despite – or perhaps because of – his highly individualistic approach, Black’s cross-platform art experiment quickly built an audience throughout the globe. By the end of 2017, Haux had been streamed over 60 million times with sold out performances on multiple continents.

Haux sophomore EP Something To Remember will be released March 30th, with a companion short film to follow. Once again Black is at the helm of every recording and wrote and directed all of the footage, while fans have come to recognize his distinct photography that serves as album art.

HENRY JAMISONIf you take a look through his family tree, one thing becomes abundantly clear: Henry Jamison was born to write songs. There’s his father, aclassical composer, and his mother, anEnglish professor, who both inspired and encouraged him directly, but if you continue tracing Jamison's lineage back even further, some interesting names start to turn up. Go back to the 1800's, for example, and you'll find "Battle Cry of Freedom" author George Frederick Root, the most popular songwriter of the Civil War era.Travel even further back in time, to 14thcentury England to be exact, and you'll find the poet John Gower, known to be a friend to both Chaucer and Richard II.With his stunning debut album, 'The Wilds,' Jamison is ready to claim his place as the latest in a long line of remarkable storytellers. Blending delicate acoustic guitar and banjo with programmed percussion loops and synthesizers, the Vermont songwriter grapples withthe jarring dissonances of contemporary life in his musicas he struggles to reconcilethe clashes betweenour inner and outerselves,the natural world and our fabricated society.His dazzling way with words and keen ear for memorable hooks at once calls to mind the baroque pop of Sufjan Stevens and the unflinching emotional honesty of Frightened Rabbit, but the delivery is uniquely his own, understated yet devastating.Jamison is asolitary artist who writes, records, and arranges everything himself, including all of the album's gorgeous string arrangements, and 'The Wilds' is a pure reflection of the world through his eyes.Recorded on a mountainside in Goshen, VT, during breaks in the maple sugaring season, 'The Wilds' comes on the heels of Jamison's 2016 breakout debut EP, 'The Rains.' Tracks from thatcollection racked up more than 20million streams on Spotify, as his uniquely off-kilterbrand oflyricismearned a swarm of critical acclaim.NPR's World Caféfeatured Jamisonin their breaking artist series, raving that his "descriptions of places ring true and his subtle production touches stand out," while Vice Noiseysaid his "mellow folk...soothes your nerves," and Consequence of Soundpraised him as a "visual lyricist" writing music that "sounds like a dream taking form."The EP earned Jamison dates with Big Thief, Lady Lamb, and Tall Heights plusfestival appearances and performancesacross Europe.

Rosie Carney

At 20, Rosie has spent close to half of her life in the music industry, developing a debut body of work to be unveiled across the next year. She left school in rural Ireland at just 13 to showcase in New York and Los Angeles and was signed to a major before she was old enough to drive. Her later teen years were absorbed by twin struggles of asserting herself creatively in a larger system – ultimately leaving it all together - while facing her own challenges with mental health.

Throughout her youthful evolution, the one constant has been her songs, which play a dual role of being both cathartic and empowering, “Songs that feel lived-in and worn, conveying a bruised ache well beyond her years.” – NPR

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