Brianna Sotillo has often been referred to as a fusion of jazzy-folk with a whole lot of “soul.” Her powerful, sometimes gravelly, vocals and interesting chord patterns are bold & brassy. Brianna Sotillo’s unique style evokes a sophistication of sound well beyond her years.
Sean Waterman, a Brooklyn native by way of Atlanta, has found his niche as the southern-based singer/songwriter with a sophomore EP to be released in August and a three-month tour starting this June.
Miles Jenson's past is full of music and his music is richly influenced from the past. Miles grew up listening to the Rolling Stones, the Jackson 5 and the Staple Singers and has taken the best qualities from each: the raw energy of the Stones, the showmanship of the Jackson 5, and the timeless soul of the Staple Singers. Full of very personal, relatable original songs of heartbreak, inebriation, and the pains of this world we all feel, his genre-crossing bass tenor croons out stories that many of us can't bear to remember, but dare not forget.