Festival Date/Time/Location: Friday, April 12 / 9PM / Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios LO is a Cuban American, indie pop artist based in Dallas, Texas. Blending RnB and pop, LO has seamlessly created her own unique dreamy and dark vibe which can be found throughout the entirety of her catalogue. From Beats by Her and So Far Sounds…

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Festival Date/Time/Location: Sunday, April 14 / 4PM / Harvest House HONIN is a singer-songwriter based in the DFW area. Foundations of Groove-Pop combined with an air of R&B, electronic, and jazz all coalesce to make her individual sound. She’s inspired by the groove of popular music, while softly embedding intricate lyrics and harmonies. Denton, Texas https://www.facebook.com/honinmusic/

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Festival Date/Time/Location: Saturday, April 13 /3PM / Mulberry Street Cantina Alexandra Tayara is a singer-songwriter based out of Denton, TX.  Her body of work spans multiple genres ranging from the dark to the dreamy, inspired by indie folk, pop, and blues. She was trained classically as a mezzo-soprano, and transitioned into the folk/indie realm when she…

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Festival Date/Time/Location: Friday, April 12 / 12AM / Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios NITE are Canadian-born twin brothers, Kyle and Myles Mendes, based in Dallas, TX. The duo create a unique hybrid of electronic-tinged rock with a nod to 80’s-influenced dream-pop. Kyle and Myles’ powerful dueling vocals might remind oneself of Tears for Fears’ Roland Orzabal and…

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Festival Date/Time/Location: Friday, April 12 / 10PM / Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios Technicolor Hearts is an art project for lovers, a discourse between friends, an interactive expression of memories, sadness, happiness and a celebration of life. Using elements of visual and performance art the duo combine dreamy synthscapes woven in with arts + crafts pop, orchestral…

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Festival Date/Time/Location: Friday, April 12 / 11PM / Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studios Electronic Trio from Denton, Texas. Buzzing guitars & pounding drum machines interlock with layers of analog synthesizers. Haunting vocals from A. Pennington balance out of the Funeral Pop and Doom Disco of J. Estes & R. Minick’s burnt melodies and atonal drones. Denton, Texas…

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