Hailing from Baltimore, MD, Beach House plays an otherworldly brand of low-key, psychedelic dream pop that is dark, ethereal, and alluringly hypnotic. Comprised of the French-born Victoria Legrand and Baltimore native Alex Scally, the duo crossed paths in the Baltimore music scene in 2004 and have since been writing and performing together for over a decade. The recent release of their critically acclaimed albums, Depression Cherry and Thank Your Lucky Stars, marks their 5th and 6th full-length albums respectively, and their 3rd and 4th LP’s out on Sub Pop Records.
A Connecticut native, Brad Tursi grew up around country music as a kid. After a stint as lead guitar player in Atlantic/ Showdog Record act, Army Of Me, Tursi moved to Nashville to write songs as well as play guitar for artists like Greg Bates and Brett Eldredge. Now an all around performing songwriter, Brad recently enjoyed his first three #1s with Tyler Farr’s “A Guy Walks Into A Bar”, Kenny Chesney’s “Save It For A Rainy Day” and Old Dominion’s “Break Up With Him”. In the last year, he’s also had songs recorded by Luke Bryan, David Nail, Maddie & Tae, Swon Brothers, Dallas Smith, William Michael, Josh Turner, Randy Houser and many others. Tursi recently has teamed back up with his old college pals Whit Sellers and Geoff Sprung, along with Matt Ramsey and Trevor Rosennow, to form the Sony Nashville rising star act Old Dominion. When he’s not touring the country with Old Dominion, Tursi continues to write songs with, and for, some of Nashville’s the best and brightest.
Nick first made his mark as a producer (Elvis Costello, Graham Parker, Pretenders, The Damned), has written scores of classic songs (some of which you know by heart), enjoyed a short-lived turn as pop star, then a lengthy term as a musicians’ musician. In his current ‘second act’ as a silver-haired, tender-hearted but sharp-tongued singer-songwriter, he may have no equal. Few, if any, can boast of a stronger body of work after their 40th birthday.
Rising from the DIY art-noise scene in Downtown Los Angeles, HEALTH make mathy indie-rock with tribal drums, squealing guitars, asymmetrical basslines, and a homemade guitar/vocal pedal called a Zoothorn. They have been described as having “artfully crafted noise and raw synth, haunting monotone vocals, and drum skills that are borderline insane.
John Ryan is a songwriter, producer, singer and multi-instrumentalist. Recent cuts include One Directions new singles “Drag Me Down” and “Perfect” as well as past singles “Steal My Girl”, “Night Changes”, “Best Song Ever”, “Story of My Life”, “You And I” and “Midnight Memories”, Pitbull’s “Fireball” (on which he’s featured), Jason Derulo’s “Wiggle” featuring Snoop, Deorro & Chris Brown’s “Five More Hours”, Robin Schulz’s “Headlights ft. Ilsey”, Tim McGraw’s “The View”, Cobra’s Starship’s “Never Been In Love” featuring Icona Pop, New Politics “Everywhere I Go”, Nick Jonas’ “Take Over” and Walk the Moon’s “Work This Body”. John is based in Los Angeles.