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Jocelyn & Chris Arndt

October 14, 2016
Jocelyn and Chris Arndt

She’s been compared to Janis Joplin, Fiona Apple and Amy Winehouse. He’s been mentioned in the same sentence as Jimi Hendrix, John Mayer and Stevie Ray Vaughn.

Together, siblings Jocelyn and Chris Arndt form a powerful musical duo whose new album, Edges, is a dazzling collection of dynamic blues-rock songs that debuted at #17 on Jambands.com’s Top 30 (and currently sits at #14 after five consecutive months on the chart) and has cracked the FMQB Top 200 Albums and Singles List, bolstered by airplay across the United States. Featuring guest appearances by G. Love and Gov’t Mule’s Danny Louis, the critically-acclaimed album is a raw, soulful throwback to the rock of the ’60s and ’70s.

Jocelyn and Chris have been featured in Paste Magazine, Relix, The 405 and Baeble Music, and the pair has performed across the country at venues and locales including the Sundance Film Festival, Mountain Jam Music Festival, SXSW, The Viper Room and Hotel Cafe in Hollywood, and Milwaukee Summerfest, where they were voted “Best Band” on the emerging artist stage. READ MORE

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Forebear

March 13, 2015
Forebear Band

Flawlessly weaving together cinematic indie rock with spectacular harmonies and a truly unique voice, the music of Forebear takes listeners on a surreal journey through ideas of inner conflict, interpersonal crisis and the perils of living in an age of global tension. Comprised of some of Los Angeles’ most prolific musicians — Scott Goldbaum (vocals, guitar), Molly Rogers (viola), Nick Chadian (bass) and Mike Musselman (drums) — the band was formed in 2014 and, after only a few months, caught the attention of famed producer Scott Gordon, previously known for his work with Alanis Morissette and Ringo Starr.

The band’s self-titled debut EP, which established them as an act to watch in 2015, features songs such as “North Korea and the Five Stages of Grief,” which was written by Goldbaum in his car and explores interpersonal drama in a manner than is both grandiose and beautiful, and “Cusp,” which highlights Goldbaum’s stream-of-consciousness lyrics and Molly’s haunting viola solos atop a driving rhythm section. The album explores the notion of finding catharis in sharing experiences — both good and bad — while finding inner peace and learning from those experiences. READ MORE