Dance Party Boys
San Francisco-based DPB formed in 2011, when Rob Upson, Adam McClure, Xavior Breff, and Jon Long, combined forces in a collaborative punk/metal/rock band in a city that was depressingly losing its soul and famed music scene.
With two lead vocalists, and musicians who enjoy collaborating, DPB challenges conventions while evolving its own sound.
DPB released their first EP 'Party' in 2011, and 'In Case of Submergency' in 2013, with McClure as drummer. In 2015 they released 'Too Evil Gets Weird' with drummer Frank Martel. They are playing stronger than ever with new drummer Jon Henderson, with plans to record a 4th EP in the very near future. DPB has played music venues around the Bay Area, including Slim's, Bottom Of The Hill, and Gilman Street.
A G E N T
Hella organic indie/punk rock and roll something... Outta the SF Bay.
Lender is a group of Bay Area natives who started playing music together in high school. Their original style drew largely on classic rock and jam band influences, then began to mix in a wide range of modern and alternative inspirations. The result is a unique blend of tones ranging from heavy walls of sound, to soft ethereal grooves, to floor pounding funk. Each member takes a turn on the mic and you can always expect interesting lyrics and carefully crafted harmonies. They've been called a mixture of the Grateful Dead, Radiohead and Pink Floyd, among many other influences. However it is immediately apparent Lender has created a sound that is all their own.