Tiny Hueman is a five piece indie rock band from Philadelphia, PA. The group was initially formed in December, 2016 by Dustin Miller and Richie Hollahan - but quickly rounded out the group with Kevin Miller, Vinny Vaccaro, and Richie Tavers. Having worked Kyle Pulley (Thin Lips, Hop Along, Kississippi) on their most recent EP "Drift", Tiny Hueman have taken the Northeast by storm and continue to bring their blend Thrice and Hotelier inspired indie rock across the country.
Matt Talley is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter hailing from Baltimore, Maryland. Since releasing his first EP in 2014, he’s worked tirelessly to create his alternative sound, drawing from influences like the Foo Fighters, Relient K, and Switchfoot.
Talley found he had written songs he wanted to release on his own. His new solo project was then established and presented him with the space to develop his “grown-up pop-punk” with a thoughtful new perspective on familiar lyrical themes. This lead him to play some of the most popular venues in Baltimore, including Rams Head Live and The Sidebar, and allowed him to share the stage with bands like CKY and Sundressed.
Every coming of age story starts somewhere. For Chicago, IL quartet High Wire, the story started in different places. In 2012, Iowa natives Cameron Jones (bass, vocals), Mark Nussle (guitar, vocals), and Chris Rymer (guitar) migrated to Chicago together in pursuit of their musical ambitions at the same time Adam Harrington (Drums) left Sydney, Australia to chase his own dreams in music. Since then, the band has made a name for themselves in a thriving Chicago punk scene establishing a dedicated fan base and sharing stages with the likes of Goldfinger, Real Friends, You Me and Everyone We Know, Sleep On It, Knockout Kid and more.
It's challenging when a machine you've invested your life into falls to pieces. But if you're able to salvage the best components to use elsewhere, your investment will never feel wasted. Former Belle Noire vocalist, Joey Lancaster, has been picking up the pieces and constructing a new mechanism he calls “Belle.” Belle Noire formed in 2012 creating an electrifying ambient rock sound that was both “dark and beautiful”. The band released their album, ‘What It Means To Be’ in 2016 and toured in support of the album with notable acts such as Hail The Sun, Eidola, Emery and Strawberry Girls. After Belle Noire’s farewell, Lancaster, along with touring members, Roman Gonzalez and Rob Verosko, wanted to stay true to what they’ve already established for themselves. With a new release on Tragic Hero Records coming in 2018, Belle are maintaining their reverberant sound and their aim to touch their audiences emotions through sharing their sincerest feelings.