The Semi-Supervillains: Nashville based garage rock/power pop trio with Pittsburgh roots widely known for spirited live performances. The band's latest LP Frantic has a darker attitude than previous works with a meticulously crafted sound ruthlessly dissonant in its pursuit of depraved rock thrills.
Often described as "your older brother's cool rock and roll band," the Semi-Supervillains have performed at SXSW and other various festivals across the country for the past decade playing shows with Crack the Sky, Foxy Shazam, and King Tuff.
Action Camp: Pittsburgh-based trio who blends elements of doom, post-punk and art rock. Now in its 16th year, the band has moved toward a minimal post-punk approach, in contrast to its electronic, sample-heavy beginnings.
Devin Moses: Since forming in Pittsburgh in 2014 Devin's music has developed a mix of glam, folk, rock, gospel and psychedelic influences inspired by human connections, communion, and the speed and fragility of living in the 21st century.