Robert Stevenson of A Silent Film

There's a lot to be said about the steadfast commitment to honesty. However, it's no secret that some thoughts are too heavy to exist outside our own sphere of awareness. Enter I Am Strikes, an emerging indie-alternative artist from Sacramento, CA with a lot to say and very little room for shame or discretion.

“If I need to say it, I sing it,” says I Am Strikes when asked what motivated her to start the project. “I don’t really believe in censorship. I think unhappiness is a byproduct of keeping quiet. We live in a world of small-talk and meaningless interaction and my only real intention when writing is to fight that grain.” It’s a relatable sentiment, to say the least.

While it's impossible to ignore her compelling vocal style and vulnerable lyrical content, I Am Strikes is more of a musician than most. At the age of 15, she began teaching herself to play the guitar. "I didn't know anything about it," she says. "My family didn't play. My friends didn't play. I didn't grow up around much music at all. I was kind of just sick of being an angsty teenager and finally gave myself a valid excuse to lock myself in my room." These hours of solitude lead to an undeniable proficiency of her instrument; the guitar seems an extension of her fingers.

Maybe she's a walking contronym, as her name would suggest. Maybe she straddles the line between centered and unstable. Or maybe she's the embodiment of a generation tired of shaming pain and stigmatizing uncertainty.

Regardless, it's no secret that I Am Strikes is far from the tail-end of her career.

Based out of Cleveland Ohio, Tim Moon is an Theatric Indie pop musician who blends the high energy piano playing of Elton John and Ben Folds with the catchy, big vocals of Fun. and Queen.

Formally of the band Don't Fear the Sun, Tim began performing in the Cleveland circuit under his own name in 2014.

Within a few short months, he sold out his first two headlining shows at Mahalls and released his first single “Going Out Tonight”, who's catchy hook created a buzz in the Ohio and New York music communities.

Tim released his first full length LP "Solace" on March 26th at the Beachland Ballroom. Tim is currently in the studio with Jim Wirt working a new album.

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