Courtney Swain is a singer songwriter based in Providence, RI. Swain has toured in North America, Europe, and Japan as a solo act and as the frontwoman of Boston-based experimental rock band, Bent Knee. Her powerful and emotive singing has received rave reviews from the Boston Globe, Consequence of Sound, Keyboard Magazine, Wall Street Journal, WBUR, PopMatters, and others. Her songwriting blends pop, jazz, and rock sensibilities, and carries influences from artists like Fiona Apple, St. Vincent, Radiohead, Mitski, and Chelsea Wolfe. She is currently on tour promoting her new EP "Growing Pains" released on November 10.
Vocalist Maya Hall, born in Fukuoka, Japan, moved to San Francisco in 2014 in search of bigger musical pastures. The self-taught guitarist/songwriter’s chord progressions, dainty riffs, and interesting rhythms are a perfect match for her silky, sweet vocal style.
Liz Fohl is a singer/songwriter based in Los Angeles, CA. A multi-instrumentalist, she has roots in pop and folkier songwriting that she pairs with jazzy vocals, experimental production techniques and r&b grooves. She has toured internationally and is promoting her most recent release, Shallow Water.
The Y Axes are a post-apocalyptic alternative pop band from the San Francisco Bay Area. Drawing influence from a myriad era of popular and esoteric music, they have refined a unique style that is often anthemic but always bittersweet. Intricate melodies, contagious hooks, and snapping rhythms help drive their compelling stories of coming of age in chaos and finding love in the direst of situations. The Y Axes are pop for music nerds.