Higher Flux is comprised of four like-minded young guys who mix cutting-edge, alternative rock with metal and reggae. Crunchy and melodic guitar riffs backed by sound bass lines, and air tight drum beats; all garnished with soulful lyrics. Providing the listener with something new and fresh, Higher Flux creates music on a familiar level with their catchy and playful style. You need to see them live to capture their permeating energy.
Pilot Touhill is an upcoming band out of Los Angeles/Orange County, California. Fusing elements of alternative, rock, reggae & electronic, Pilot Touhill creates catchy songs with soulful melodies that are completely honest and unedited like any private journal entry. “Pilot has effortless talent when it comes to producing melodies that flow naturally… he comes up with remarkable work.” LA Weekly
Trick Pistol is a pop/rock band from Hollywood California that specializes in catchy hooks, three part harmonies, and uplifting songs with broad appeal. Their music has been described as stadium rock, and it inspires even first-time concert attendees to sing right along.
Emotive. Passionate. Intelligent. Hard working. These are terms that just begin to describe Bravo Delta, a four piece modern rock band from southern California, whose music has been labeled “subjective and emotive yet irrepressibly accessible”. Big hooks and radio-ready polish, with “a dark undercurrent of cut-throat exasperation” that can leave a listener singing, dancing, or thinking. The origins of Bravo Delta date back to 2007, as singer/guitarist Brandon Davis began writing and recording songs, simply with an acoustic guitar. Having a blueprint in his mind of how each song would eventually develop past the acoustic, he played countless shows by himself in many cities across the Midwest and West Coast. Refusing to settle and demanding the right fit for a backing band, he remained patient and continued to write and play shows, until late 2011. That’s when he started to collaborate with longtime friend Andy Ingraham, a graduate of Berklee College of Music. Andy’s ability to provide tasteful textures and intelligent solos, all while complimenting the original melody that Brandon had written, was instantly noticeable and appreciated. Together the two began redeveloping the material, giving it the identity that Brandon had always envisioned.