Bencoolen, Hideaway, Eve Minor, Amari Rafa'el
Rock. Blues. Funk. Shred. Sax.
Known for their live act, Bencoolen defines their sound as maximalist rock with soaring vocal lines, massive guitar tones, and swift saxophone solos. The band has grown around a new lineup, toured, and rehearsed more than ever including booking major shows with Marcus King, Big Something, and at Firefly Music Festival. "Spotlight" was the introduction to their new wave. "The Crown" continues it in a recent release.
The band is already touring relentlessly to save up toward another single and a full length recording project in the Summer of 2018. Ask anyone who has seen this lineup live. Bencoolen is tighter, raunchier, and more energetic with every passing show and logged 54 shows in 2017 alone.
Upcoming infectious and energetic band, Hideaway, from central Jersey is an east coast must see in 2018 according to NJ.com. Hideaway recently released their debut single, “Nothin’ on Me,” a song that showcases the powerful voice of singer Bree Rose propelled by irresistible guitar hooks and a body-moving groove. The video for “Nothin’ on Me” is a musical masterpiece directed by award-winning Rock Davis of Itchy House Films whose client list includes Atlantic Records, Universal Music Group, Def Jam Recordings, and Bad Boy Entertainment among numerous other industry heavyweights.
Eve Minor is an up-and-coming music artist based in New York, with origins in Southern California.
Her latest music endeavors feature the flavor of New York’s hip-hop scene with splashes of her own California roots. Behind her playful and flirty voice is a serious musician with knowledge of the craft and experience in the industry; the production behind her music is largely developed by herself through her use of Reason, Logic, and Pro-tools, and inspired by late night adventures and new friends, as well as her difficult life-story.