Goodnight Tonight is an Alternative Rock band from Kent, Ohio. Emily Gambone leads on the vocals and guitar, Holly Camp is on the bass and Logan McNeal on drums and vocals. The trio has been playing together since 2008 when they started their first band, Noize from the Basement. Working with producer Mike Brown of Lavaroom Recording Studio, they started their career with a 6 song self-titled EP. They also worked with Brown at Lavaroom when they recorded their full length album, "Bird's Eye View," which was released in 2011. NFTB has performed all over Northeast Ohio, as well as a 5 state 7 city west coast tour alongside other independent artists for the No Bully Tour. They have also had the opportunity to be the opening act for national tours such as Staind, Bret Michaels and Twenty-One Pilots. Noize from the Basement was voted Indie Music Channel's "Best Teen Band" and "Best Teen Album" for 2012. In 2013, they entered the TRI-C Rock Off and took first place. Having different interests, the three members split from the secondary guitarist shortly after this victory.
Royal Vasa is a unique Indie Alternative band hailing from Akron, OH. They take inspiration from artists like Band of Horses, Death Cab for Cutie, Local Natives, Alt-J and Mute Math to create a sound all their own. Created in a basement January of 2013, Royal Vasa first took the stage January 4th and instantly gained Akron's attention. Built up with its members Austin Maruna, Brad Carley and Brian Piper, they search for the unique sound, innovative tones and original concepts that will change the idea of music.
A three-piece, Above the Atlantic has been together since October of 2009. They self-stated that they are looking for a sound that is both radio friendly and indie-rockable — a nerve-racking mission, as making the mashed potatoes of music could get a little boring despite the masses that can spoon it down. They evaded this particular issue. The sounds of the debut album have smooth vocals, with some rough rock breaks and overall sounds from pop rock to alt rock; if anything, you will find at least one song to love and cherish if you can't commit to all eleven.
Dunia Captures The Chronicle’s Accent Magazine Cover! Dunia’s story has all the trappings of a great movie. Picture a Cuban Shirley Temple, a beautiful child with curly black hair and a voice that never quits, and you’ll be looking at Dunia as a child. Dunia has a dream and she’s worked very hard to get where she is.
Christian is well-known in the Ohio music scene for his fun delivery of covers of favorite country and pop songs. After spending time in the studio in Nashville, Tenn., this summer writing and recording new material, Christian is excited to further develop his identity as a singer/songwriter who writes songs about every day life and emotions that are easily accessible and recognizable to listeners but from his unique perspective and voice. "I try to connect emotions - the highs, lows and in-betweens," Christian said. "I'm not abstract. My songs are straightforward and honest."