SUSTO & Esme Patterson

SUSTO is an alt-country/progressive Americana band that was founded in 2013 by Justin Osborne. The band released its self titled debut album on April 1, 2014, which was followed by a North American tour. On April 1, 2015, a live album featuring Ben Bridwell of Band of Horses was made available from the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame. A large U.S. tour is being scheduled, and the band has secured notable upcoming slots including Columbia, S.C.'s Famously Hot New Year as direct support for Miss Lauryn Hill, Savannah Stopover, SXSW, and Stagecoach. Support tours for several well-known artists are in the works.
Currently, SUSTO is in the process of recording its second album, "& I'm Fine Today," which is expected to be released in 2016.

Esme Patterson

Esme Patterson (often written Esmé Patterson) from Denver, Colorado started her solo career in 2012. She is also a founding member of the band Paper Bird.

Jesse Jo Stark

From afar, it looks, feels, and sounds like witchcraft.
A Halloween
-
consumed alternative outlaw whose tastes veer from Merle Haggard to Beach
House,
Los Angeles singer and songwriter
Jesse Jo Stark
most definitely
knows her roots, but
she’s purely a product of tomorrow. How many modern musical upstarts could share a
Teen
Vogue
cover alongside Bella Hadid and then jet to
Prague
to open for Guns N’ Roses? Truth is,
she’s not just an outlier for her generation; she’s
a timeless iconoclast.
That fact is evidenced in the
most telling
way possible

her playlist.
“When I ge
t into an Uber, the driver is typically
shocked by my playlist,” she grins. “
They’re
always a little shocked by the tunes I choose, like
country and
d
reamy road trip tunes
by Merle
Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Sinead O’Connor, Beach House, Kevin Morby, The Cramps, Van
Morrison, and John Prine
to name a few
.
T
hey always say to me not many young
people
they
drive play songs like tha
t
.
I can only hope I’m one of many from this generation who
appreciates those classic songs that last a lifetime.

After picking up guitar at eleven
, handwriting songs in an endless array of notebooks,
and
slaying her first gigs by 16, the self
-
described
“W
est Side Chick”
built a quiet buzz with
2016 and
2017
songs such as “Down Your Drain” and “Driftwood” produced by Jason Lytle [Grandaddy,
Band of Horses producer] and co
-
written alongside Jonathan Rice.
As these cuts
captivated a
growing fan base, she earn
ed the endorsement of
Elle
,
Interview Magazine
,
Vice
,
American
Songwriter
,
Noisey
, and many
others in between headline shows
around her city.
Jesse Jo’s
2017 single “Deadly Doll”
hints at her otherworldly je ne sais quoi equally awash in
rusty twang and indie
gothic soul informed by a lifelong love of
Bride of Frankenstein
and
The
Addams Family
.
It’s the perfect way to get to know the rock sorceress.
“When I write and perform, I
inhabit some extension of myself,” she admits. “It’s the one time I
feel like I’m sharing. I’m me. It’s easier for me to communicate through singing than it is just to
talk. That’s where
‘Deadly Doll’
came from.”
It’s also a springboard for
a host of new
music and many more shows
. Jesse Jo
kicks off her next
phase with a month
-
long
Echo residency in Los Angeles.
Her spell is now officially cast...
“When you hear my music, I hope it can embody a good day or get you through a s
hitty day,
depending on the tr
ack
,” she leaves off. “I hope you know it’s okay to be imperfect, weird, and
act like a kid. Also, it’s that old world shit as much as it is young. I want you to sway my music. I
don’t think anyone will come in and fist pump
or
grind, but I definitely thin
k you’ll be swaying.”

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