Meghan Fitton, Five Mile Float, Orly Bendavid

A Boston girl at heart, singer/songwriter Meghan Fitton brings her thoughtful lyrics and melodies to the big city. Influenced by varying genres such as jazz, folk and soul, she doesn’t want to put herself in a musical box. More music can be found on her website and her EP “All Over the Place” is releasing next month

Philly-by-way-of-Albuquerque lo-fi indie-pop outfit, Five Mile Float create melodic, energetic and instrumentally dynamic music with a peculiar pop inflection. Listen their latest single, "Spanish Dances" available on all streaming platforms now and keep an eye out for new music in 2020

Orly Bendavid is a Brooklyn based ,singer/songwriter, and poet. Orly and her band the Mona Dahls, link indie-pop, jazz, and folk to create a reflective, dramatic, and rich experience. Her lyrical repertoire hangs on elusively simple words and cryptic stories centered around addiction, romantic entanglements, and the human condition.

Orly has opened for folk legends Carolann Solebello, Rachael Kilgour, and Bev Grant, and performed at the 2018 Falcon Ridge Folk Festival’s emerging artist stage. In addition, Orly has been a recurring member of the Jack Hardy Song exchange since 2013, and performs frequently in NYC’s music scene as well as at several “unplugged” Sofar Sounds shows around the city.

Orly and the Mona Dahls’ first album “Mona” was recorded at Grand Street with producer Huw Price (David Bowie, Primal Scream, Nick Cave, and My Bloody Valentine). Mona is a collection of character portraits, “Christine,” about a washed-up former model encountered at a bar, “String Bean,” inspired by an unknown anorexic teenage,pop star; and “Oh God” delving into the depths of addiction, and the cycle of shame it creates.



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