The New Review brings a raw and powerful energy to their focused style of old-school funk & soul music, with a modern originality. With nods to Sharon Jones, vintage Aretha, and the Philadelphia-era David Bowie, The New Review starts a party anywhere they play, horns raised, amps and mics blazing.
A trove of zest could be described as a valuable collection of strong, pleasant, and somewhat spicy flavor. Zestrove is a five piece band from Long Island, New York. Stylistically, the band blends elements of funk, soul, jazz and rock to create a unique listening experience for their audiences at live shows and in the studio. The band features Alex Kamm (Keys, Organ, Vocals), Andrew Pomerantz (Bass), Logan Whaley (Guitar, Vocals), Michael Fera (Drums, Percussion), and Nicholas Fera (Guitar, Percussion, Vocals).
New York-based progressive-pop band Flounder Warehouse fuses R&B, jazz, and soul to create a sound causing audiences to experience a range of emotions. Musical influences include Hiatus Kaiyote, Kimbra, and Lianne La Havas. They will be releasing their second EP in April 2017.