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Stove

Stove is the solo vehicle of Newtown, Connecticut's Steve Hartlett, formerly of the indie rock band Ovlov. Following Ovlov's breakup in early 2015, Hartlett immediately began reworking material he had intended for his former band into the dark, fuzz-heavy format of what he would eventually brand Stove. Playing all of the guitar, bass, and drums himself, Hartlett recorded Stove's debut in a productive three-day session in rural Vermont with co-producers Nick Dooley and Dan Francia (from the Brooklyn band Flagland). Ovlov's former label, Exploding in Sound, agreed to release Hartlett's new project and Stove's debut LP, Is Stupider, was issued in November 2015. The Is the Meat That Fell Out EP dropped the following year.


Fk Mt

Stoner Pop from Columbia, SC


Nanny

Nanny (Feat. Adam formerly of Kal Marks)

Danny Christmas

just a happy, healthy band from Hawthorne, New York. Don't forget the milk and cookies...


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Colleen Green

Collin Green is an American indie pop musician from Los Angeles, California. She is currently signed to Hardly Art records. Green released her first album, Milo Goes to Compton, in 2011.She released her second album, Sock It To Me, in 2013. Her third album I Want to Grow Up was released on February 24, 2015. In September 2015 Green was voted Best Solo Artist by the readers of LA Weekly.


Cassie Ramone

Cassie Ramone is an American musician and artist. Ramone rose to prominence as the guitarist and vocalist of indie rock band Vivian Girls, who broke up in 2014. She also formed the band project The Babies with Kevin Morby (of Woods). During The Babies' hiatus, Ramone embarked on a solo career, releasing her debut album The Time Has Come in August 2014.


Mikey Erg

Mikey Erg is a punk rock drummer, guitarist, and vocalist, from New Jersey. He has played in numerous bands, most famously The Ergs!,but also Star Fucking Hipsters,The Dopamines, The Unlovables, Dirtbike Annie, Parasites, and The LLC (the house band on The Chris Gethard Show). In 2016, he released his first solo album, Tentative Decisions.