Lumphead is a folky singer-songwriter from the Midwest who reveals her soul through the depth of her music. Initially inspired by the slow, finger-picking stylings of Iron & Wine and the playful vocals of Regina Spektor, her style emerged after performing as a jazz vocalist in college, where her last name earned her the nickname "Lumphead." After collaborating with artists influenced by experimental rhythms and melodies, Lumphead developed a sound that is somewhat dreamlike, swaying between playfulness and raw emotion, allowing listeners to escape, if only for a moment, to somewhere inside themselves.
Bug Hunter draws inspiration from the lyrically focused bands of the 21st century. Death cab for cutie and 21 pilot fans will find a lot to love in Bug's densely-packed toe-tappers. With one album, "Surge of Confidence", under his belt, Bug is pushing forward on his second effort slated for early 2017.
Heather Edgley is known for her Contempory style and ethereal voice that captivates audiences with the vulnerability of her tone and lyrics. Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Heather Edgley is a local Seattle Singer Songwriter and pianist whose uninhibited, raw expression connects with her listeners on the deepest level, reminding us, even just for a moment, that we are not alone in our struggle, fight, or feelings