Based in New York City, Tiger Darrow is a Tex-Pat, award-winning singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer.  Beginning her career as a classically trained cellist, Tiger crafts her songs with intricate string arrangements and distorted beats, fusing the aggressive with the delicate.  She draws inspiration from Billie Eilish, Lana Del Rey, St. Vincent, and Sufjan Stevens.

As a vocalist and performer, Tiger has been featured in dozens of artists’ music, including Wakey!Wakey!, Pool Cosby, Ming, Kendl, OTR, Mozzey, Yanni Burton, and many more.  Her voice and music have also been featured in a variety of soundtracks and commercials such as Robert Rodriguez’s Machete and Red 11, Cathy Yan’s award-winning Dead Pigs, the History Channel’s Nelson Mandela Redrawn, Australian director Megan Riakos’ Crushed, and 2016’s 48-Hour Sci-Fi Film Festival winner, Sunspring.  She has opened for the likes of The Eagles, Zoe Keating, Edie Brickell and The New Bohemians, Erykah Badu among others.

“ugh” is Darrow’s fourth studio album out in April 2019.

Denton-based artist Claire Morales has been playing shows since she was 13. 2015 saw the transition solo singer songwriter to full scale band with her debut LP “Amaranthine.” Folky roots have given way to melodic, hazy, 70s inspired rock. Intense and intricate lyrics echo in and out of fuzzed guitar like a warbly, warm dream.

Formed by NYC musician Adam Bonomo, indie-acoustic outfit BONOMO is a project that pulls at the heart strings with symphonic resonance and a distinct take on indie-folk music. Influenced by the sounds of folk, jazz, gospel, and classical music, BONOMO is a melting pot of true artistry and the finest pioneering genres of
all time. On a mission to unify musical traditions and audiences alike, the ensemble is set of visionaries inspired by the sounds of yesterday while simultaneously crafting a resonance all their own.
BONOMO is a winner of the John Lennon Songwriting Competition and the CASC Songwriting Competition. BONOMO is the recipient of the Audience Choice Award for their video “Water” by director and photographer Marian Sell. They have also won spots in the top 5 at the Indie International Songwriting Competition, the top 3 at
the New Song Music Competition, and third place in the Nashville Film Festival.