Puff Puff Beer // The Crooked Vines // Devil Killing Moth

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Puff Puff Beer:

Puff Puff Beer is an Oakland based sextet that covers a huge spectrum of music, with an impressive and hard to describe realness. Funky basslines, jazzy keys, and rock guitar riffs fuse with smooth, soulful vocals to create cohesive songs. Whether the topic is their favorite French basketball star to being flat out broke with an alcoholic girlfriend, every track is a celebration and they entice the listener to groove to the music. Simply put, there ain’t no party like a PPB party!

The Crooked Vines:

Based out of New Orleans, Louisiana, The Crooked Vines is a funk-pop collective that brings exciting "funk-fueled jams" to the stage. "Their heavy-hitting energy sustains and tastefully dips into spacey pleasure" throughout their shows bringing a new sound to life. Mikayla Braun's "sensitive yet compelling voice" leads the ensemble, backed by Stephen Bohnstengel on bass, John Marcey on guitar, and Woody Hill on drums. This trio holds down the "gritty" rhythm section grooves where Steve Schwartz perfectly places his sweetly distorted keyboards, creating the perfect pocket for the hard-hitting horn lines provided by Lori LaPatka on saxophone and James Keene on trombone. The group released their first studio effort on October 10th, 2015, self-titled The Crooked Vines (available on Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, BandCamp, and most other major platforms). You can currently find the group playing around the New Orleans music scene at venues such as Tipitina's,The Howlin' Wolf, The Maison, Gasa Gasa, Hi-Ho Lounge and many others. They have opened for The Grammy Award winning Rebirth Brass Band, George Porter Jr., Cyril Neville, John "Papa" Gros of Papa Grows Funk, Brass-A-Holics, Marbin, and more


Devil Killing Moth:

Based out of Houston, Texas, DKM is a 5-piece band that bring its own flare in the eclectic Houston music scene. From various backgrounds and upbringing, the collaboration of these guys have always put a stop on finding the best way to describe their sound. Listen to a couple of their songs from the last album "Once I Used to Dream" and see if you can pinpoint the sound. But whether there is a genre for DKM or not, its music still resounds in genuine message of believing that everyone is capable of great things.
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