Anna Stine is an indie folk artist creating music that ponders the trials and triumphs that make us most human. Her lyrics and melodies are driven by a soulful authenticity that invites audiences to connect to their own stories. Anna harmoniously blends together her love of honest folk songs and haunting jazz melodies, while drawing upon the influence of powerful female artists such as Billie Holiday, Angel Olsen, Norah Jones and Laura Marling. Anna's experiences as a music therapist have given her a unique understanding of the ways that music can enrapture and transform us, and she seeks to manifest this through her intentional presence and performance. In her debut album "Company of Now", set to be released fall 2018, Anna delves into the delicate dance of being present in the midst of growth and discomfort. Through songs that speak to both suffering and self-acceptance, she encourages listeners to stand tall, breathe easy, and step from the ground they're standing on.
Back to Rapture
80's synthwave rap duo, Back to Rapture, released their first album in March of 2018 with almost little to no promotion. After achieving over 1.000 streams organically, they are set to release their next record in October 2018, as well as their first music video.
The duo go by their stage names "Bad Thought", and "Backspace", adopting personas to further immerse their audience in their twisted, satirical world.
Sesay is an artist based in Minneapolis Minnesota. With the release of his second EP “Love vol 2”, Sesay is on the rise to a new platform.
Born in Sierra Leone, West Africa, Sesay moved to the United States at the age of 9 and began pursuing his career in music. From being on American Idol to opening for touring bands, Sesay has done it all. His unlimited passion and talent for music has lead him to various venues like the Cedar Cultural Center, Aster Cafe, Red Sea, Acadia and many more.
Getting ready to launch his release party with the support of Meteor Base, you can find Sesay on YouTube, ITunes, Spotify and many other streaming outlets or go to Sesaymusic.com
Have you ever seen anyone play drums with their guitar? Then you need to go see Sesay.