Aaron Ginns, Cordoba, Real Clothes, Moon Revenge

"Aaron Ginns is a Musician, Composer, and Bandleader.
Ginns serves as the Bandleader for the Park Hyatt House Band, performing regularly at one of New York’s finest hotels. Ginns has played music all over the world. Most notably, in April 2018 he set a world record for the northernmost drum solo while playing at the North Pole. Ginns studied at the University of Michigan earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz Studies from the School of Music, Theatre and Dance.

During his time at Michigan, Ginns performed as a part of the University of Michigan Jazz Ensemble, Various Musical Theatre Productions as well as Ann Arbor and Detroit based rock bands. Additionally, Ginns was the Drummer for the Michigan Basketball Band, performing at home games in Crisler Arena as well as postseason tournaments including the 2018 Final Four.

Ginns currently lives in New York City pursuing a masters in Jazz Studies at NYU, and performing around the city. He has studied with Lenny White, Michael Wolff, Carl Allen, Mike Richmond, Michael Gould and Benny Green. "

Cordoba is a jazz fusion sextet from Chicago who met as musicians but grew together as activists fighting for radical social change. The group uses music as an agent to create a soundspace that confronts the problems of poverty, mass incarceration, gentrification, and isolation in their native Chicago. They released their last EP Break the Locks Off Everything New in Spring of 2018. They expect to release their first full-length record in late 2019.

Neptunian witch Nico Fox performs as Real Clothes, weaving digital hymns for a spiritless age. Glittering synths and folk lullabies weave tales of heartache, loss, and redemption. Birthed from the longing of roots rock folk, Nico has traveled back and forth across the country picking up electronic stems, samples, and beats as her instruments.

Frontwoman Marie Parker and drummer Alex Abnos were once in a band called Secret Cities. With that project on hiatus, they started Moon Revenge. The name is a reference both to the AIM screen name that Parker used as a teenager and to the anime music that was her first love. The music blends her formative influences -- baroque classical music, anime soundtracks, and psychedelia, among others -- with those of Abnos, violinist Emily Kim Goldsmith, and tubist Matt Cain to create a surreal and moving whole.

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