Ray Angry (Mister Goldfinger) is one of the most sought-after musicians that the world can offer. Any young musician that wants to be great knows who Mr. Angry is and studies his every move. He has worked with and produced for Miguel, Mark Ronson, Sting, Rihanna, Mick Jagger, etc. Set all of his other accomplishments to the side; he is also an ongoing member of the 3x Grammy winning & 14x nominated band known as The Roots.
Ray was trained classically in gospel and jazz while always having his finger on the pulse of pop music. Anything he touches benefits from having him involved. You can find his fingerprints ranging from projects on TV to film to those of the highest regarded musicians. With his eyes now set on his own voice as an artist, Mister Goldfinger has produced a body of work that is truly an experience.
Right off the bat with the first track “Nebula” I realized this is not your typical jazz record. This is more of a cinematic, epic, out of body experience. Not only do you have to strap in for this record, but you are left in awe with how he is even able to make a piano do all that. This project is leaps and bounds above what I expected…and I expected a lot. Levi Mitchell – Vinyl
Adrian Daniel has cultivated an eclectic repertoire that has been compared to greats like Michael Jackson and Stevie Wonder, and modern artists The Weeknd and Frank Ocean. The Brooklyn native not only created a signature genre-blending sound but also revived old-school flair with his lyrical storytelling and captivating performances. His unyielding efforts and boundless creativity culminated in the release of his critically acclaimed debut album, Disillusions.
Toothy grit, hard lines, and heavy riffs. The past and future of blues music collide in every thunderous snap of the string, shooting a pulse of electricity into an army of soul-dripping tube amps. Buffalo Fuzz is Jared Zachary (vocals, guitar) and Jake Allan (drums). A two-piece heavy blues band out of Minneapolis, MN, USA. On September 12, 2016, Buffalo Fuzz unleashes the sound of a wild animal in their debut, self-titled album including highly-acclaimed singles “Perfect Man” and “Ain’t Seen a Cent”. The 11 track album covers an array of classic rock and blues aesthetics while remaining true to the honesty and authenticity of lyrics, tone, and groove.
Guitarist Daniel Karlish combines multiple genres into what he likes to call "roots fusion." Ranging from jazz & blues to rock, country, & more, Karlish brings them all under one roof to create a style all his own. With intellectual, yet always soulful playing, his live shows, much like his album, "Gain/Tone," are not to be missed.