"Seattle live electronic duo Cuff Lynx reaches deep into the world of analog sound. Crafting a dark, rigid voice that’s suitable for disco clubs or basement bars. Equipped with guitars, drum machines and swelling synth leads." ~Capital Hill Block Party
"Only the Seattle band Medicine Bows could pull off performing for fans in their birthday suits and still have a strong fan following. In 2016, with album 'These Kids', they quickly caught on with carefree young adults, whose support sent the album to gold in the U.S."
"Piss-flavored beer. Dank nugs. Loud as fuck guitars. It's just another day in the life of Wolvves, one of the grungiest, venomous garage rockers gracing Phoenix these days. A calculated, even mix of aggressive punk and noise pop (with some rapping thrown in for good measure) Wolvves continue to earn their rowdy reputation" ~Phoeonix New Times
"One of the few bands I have seen that is effectively and skillfully using textural changes of dynamic. Modern Sons uses textural dynamic changes and structures that are not based in a particular style but are rooted in the expression of experience and the song itself."
~Shiloh Smith, Pitchfork Magazine
Combing dark synth lines with soaring ambient guitars and heavy, technical drums, Sigmund is a Bozeman based band creating moody synth rock/pop. They pull from metal, indie rock, electronica, and other various influences to form their unique sound.
"Shimmery and Bad Ass indie rock. Heavily distorted guitar work that hearkens to Dinosaur Jr. and Sonic Youth, contrasted with anthemic, catchy melodies in Harber and Pollington’s vocal lines." ~Cory Walsh, Missoulian
"Armed with Mensa-like intelligence, slapstick punch-lines, and wit quicker than an avalanche, Farch has rapidly become the northwest’s premiere artist in the realm of rap and the culture of hip hop. " ~Bozeman Magazine
"Moth is a powerhouse electro jam band. Inspired by the danceability of DJ music and the musicianship of jam bands they bring to mind a mixture of Daft Punk and Umphrey's McGee. They have been a staple and a leader in the Montana jam band scene." ~Kyle Helm, Grind Magazine
Dustin Tucker, Music Villa’s Montana Music Life ambassador, writes, “If you like creative rock with thoughtful arrangements and searing soundscapes, you MUST check them out! They also put on a great live show!”
"Chairea is bound and determined to figure this whole "adult life" thing out. Wrestling with social confusion, emotional distress, and existential angst, the band marries earnest lyrics and airy melodies with ferocious riffs and pulverizing drums to create a rock and roll stew as beautiful and chaotic as your early 20s." ~Someone Secret
"LIV made up of Jeff Strock and drummer Paul Bennett formerly of Rose Gold. It’s a brand new band with a brand new sound, but marks a turning point for vocalist and guitarist Strock. The beauty of the music and a band coming into its own is contrasted with melancholy lyrics." ~Bozeman Daily Chronicle