NJ Indie-rock/American roots! Songs about astronauts, vikings, and armadillos.
Lindner started The Pickle Mafia with Marco Cirigliano and Ben Chilbert in May of 2019. In the first six months the band released 28 live performance videos resulting in thousands of plays on Facebook and YouTube. The band plays everything from Nirvana to Chick Corea to Ariana Grande and a slew of danceable originals! Performances can vary from intimate grand piano sit down shows to straight up dance parties! Just in a short time the group has played 60+ shows across NYC, Rochester, Buffalo, Syracuse, Southern tier, and the ADK. The bands mission statement is “to travel from city to city taking people on a musical journey together” .
Mosey Beat is a progressive funk rock jam band bringing high energy dance grooves, mellow waves, and rock and roll to create a new fusion of sound. The power trio was formed in 2012. Their original music has gained momentum in the NEPA area with their unique live show and improvised jams.
Consisting of Taylor O’Connor (guitar, vocals), Blair O’Connor (drums, vocals), and Thomas Hart (bass), the band has a passion for creating original music and composing jams in real time. Drawing inspiration from a wide variety of genres, Mosey Beat shows prowess and is not afraid to break the mold when it comes to their songs. Their ability to captivate an audience and read the energy in the room allows for a new live show every single night.
“Are they funk? Prog rock? Jam band? The answer is all of the above. (Trust me, that’s a good thing.) Phillipsburg’s Mosey Beat will have you moving, grooving and shaking your moneymaker in 60 seconds or less.”
– Dustin Schoof (Journalist)
Award-winning singer-songwriter and global citizen Eli Lev’s empathic writing and infectious folk-based sensibility has been his universal passport into our collective hearts.
Over the last five years, the Maryland-based artist released his epic debut, Four Directions, which compiles four conceptual EPs (All Roads East 2017, Way Out West 2018, Deep South 2019, True North 2021) into one 20-song statement. The indigenous traditions he learned during his time as an eighth grade English teacher on the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona were his inspiration for the critically-acclaimed tune tome. Together, the series imaginatively and intrepidly connects spheres and generations within a body of work that is irresistibly uplifting, emotionally resonant, and down-to-earth authentic.
Eli grew up in the diverse suburb of Silver Spring, Maryland, where a blending of incongruous backgrounds made an indelible impact on his pan-culture perspective. Prior to music calling Eli, he studied in Bloomington, Indiana, taught in the US, and lived in Tel Aviv and Andorra, before returning to the US to get a Master’s Degree in English Education.
Now, Eli is setting out on new adventures. His latest 2022 release, Walk. Talk. Dance. Sing., is an inner travel monologue from the pandemic and beyond. It vibrantly blends Eli’s classic acoustic guitar and upfront vocal aesthetic with refreshingly diverse sounds, spanning pop, lo-fi rock, electronic, indie, folk, and Caribbean-kissed musicality. The refreshing five-song collection compiles his songwriting during the pandemic, capturing the highs, lows, and all the emotions in between during our global crisis. The new EP’s eclectic flair is also an homage to the life-changing power of classic mixtapes, and how a broad array of exposure to new sounds can send someone on a lifelong journey.
Rocking Bucks County with covers and originals