ALL MUSIC ARTISTS
DANNY YOUNT (DY3NASTY)
Born and raised in Carmel, IN - Dan Yount moved to Los Angeles, California in the summer of 2018. Just before moving to Los Angeles, DY3NASTY was born, and Dan created his first single "While" as an opportunity to step out of the DJ arena and get more involved with producing. After much satisfaction, he decided to hone in on his producing skills and create music that would improve on itself with every new release. He has been featured in interviews and publications from EDM Joy, I WANT EDM, and EDM House Network, and has amassed over 150 thousand streams within his first year of work. He continues to release new material every year and hopes to one day share his art on big stages around the world.
Disruptive pop infused with fresh and eclectic sounds is one way to describe Casey Conroy’s melodic sound. Casey once referred to her music as “defiant indie-pop”. She is somebody you can’t categorize. The Orlando native grew up being exposed to different musical genres - allowing her to discover the power of storytelling and create music that was out of the box. Music made her feel she could have a voice, a message that was echoed by her father. Casey wrote her first song at 7 years old. That moment fueled her desire to continue writing and explore different musical artists. Casey spent the past few years writing and recording music. With the help of her production team, she’s been able to overcome the trials and tribulations in the music industry and create music that is raw, unapologetic, and empowering. As we wait for more of Casey Conroy’s original music, the inaugural singer songwriter will continue interpreting this generations sensibilities, through her lyrics.
Wolfside takes the beauty in street culture and the poetry of music and brings it to life in sound. Their image along with their music becomes more about the experiences that music can offer than about the people creating it. Its as if everyone that listens to the music is in collaboration to the art. It’s fun and sad and angry and silly and serious and everything you can feel and it’s all happening at the same time to bring listeners a unique experience. Bringing it back to what the music is about; community through organized sound.
Chandler is a rapper/singer/songwriter from a small town in Texas. His aspirations are to inspire people with his songwriting abilities and unique style with the music he creates. From start to finish he makes sure all of his mind and soul go into each musical project he creates. He is a believer that we are all instruments meant to channel our pain into helping others.
Connor Abeles began freestyle rapping in drivers ed at age 16 under the name "Straight Eggin'". At Emerson College, Abeles donned the name "Cab Ellis" and performed as a solo hip-hop act around Boston. After moving to Los Angeles in 2018, Abeles formed a rock band under the same name alongside Matt Richards (Sax/Clarinet/Flute), Nick Petrou (Bass), Luke Woodle (Drums) and Jonny Sim (Guitar). The sound combines the power and spirit of rock & roll with the lyricism of hip-hop and contains elements of jazz and gospel music. Since their inception, Cab Ellis has performed at venues such as the Troubadour, The Viper Room and Whisky A Go Go. They were selected to be a part of NPR's Tiny Desk Contest On The Road in 2019 and have opened for fellow hip-hop artist, Watsky. Their debut album, "Nighttime OCD", will be available everywhere on April 12th.
Sparkfarmer makes full-flavor original music. Borrowing and blending from here and there, they serve a dish that's hard to pin down but always easy to recognize. Rooted in the Cascade foothills, the band is a Pacific Northwest take on rock and roll, country and western, reggae roots and psychedelic pop simmering in a pot of violent jambalaya. Live shows are a mixture of original compositions, improvisational interludes, and an eccentric selection of crowd-pleasing covers.