The Mowgli's

The Mowgli's are a Southern Californian band with a Southern Californian soul. The seven-piece started in a garage in the San Fernando Valley where many of them grew up. They're bound together by an intricate social web that dates back to childhood and their harmonies carry a message of universal love and togetherness. Brother and sisterhood. It's all about unity, having a good time, and the idea that humanity can achieve a higher level consciousness.

They practice what they preach; everything is collaborative. Their music draws from a desire to grow together and a sense of security within the group. Like siblings, they fight, make up, and in the end, emerge stronger.

Their collective approach might draw comparisons to Arcade Fire or Broken Social Scene, but their sound finds its place somewhere between the folk-tinged rock n' roll of Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros and the youthful upbeat pop of Cults. For them, it starts with having a message and trying to say it in the most uplifting way, inspired equally by the magnetism and energy of San Francisco, as they are by the solitude and serenity of the Big Sur coast.

American Authors

We express our experiences as a shared unit , through music and an agreement of sound. No one always gets along, but with lows come highs and fighting always has an end. we accept struggle and are passionate about the lives we lead. We create the music that comes naturally to us and we're not afraid of change. We have all made changes for better and for worse but whats done is done and we are thrilled with the present. We all have a story to tell and whether it's audible, visual, silence or motion, we cant hide the fact that we are constantly creating new moments to share. We are American Authors from Brooklyn, New york.

Red Wood Rising

"Tulsa alterna-folk quintet Red Wood Rising’s second studio release, “These Fires,” seamlessly spans the stylistic ground among bluegrass-tinged folk, poppy college rock and adult alternative." -Jarrod Gollihare, Tulsa People

"With the crystal clear voice of Isaac Herbert and enough folk influences from the quintet to make this rock album soar, Red Wood Rising deserves attention for this impressive second studio album. The songwriting is deep and explores hard subjects with instrumentation that keeps you listening again and again. This is an album to seek out." -Jerry Wofford, Tulsa World

"If you’re into enthusiastic collections of tunes that don’t shy away from a soaring melody, a huge hook, a new idea (or seven), and interesting juxtapositions, go for Red Wood Rising’s These Fires." -Stephen Carradini, Independant Clauses

The Tulsa duo Desi and Cody combine folk-inspired bluegrass melodies with a rock based sound, creating one-of-a-kind music that leaves you wanting more.

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