Abbi Rajasekhar has been singing her stories around Chicago for the last 12 years. For years as a solo act, and more recently with a dreamy ensemble of vocals and strings creating powerfully unique yet nostalgic soundscapes. When you hear Abbi’s band every song is delightful and fresh while somehow still feeling like you’ve known each tune and lyric forever.
Tyler Sjöström’s gritty vocals and vintage guitar tones have reverberated from the Chicago music scene since the release of his freshman EP, What We Say We Are, at the end of 2014. Since his debut, rooted in Americana and Folk, Sjöström has released a his matured sound on a sophomore effort–Bones, Hold Me Up. Taking the stage with the simplistic evolution of his sound, Tyler employs his soulful vocals and a singular guitar to allow the listener to revel in his story. In his pursuit of meaning amidst complex realities, Sjöström’s visceral lyricism could very well rattle your bones.
Born in Detroit, Michigan, and now calling Chicago home, lifelong musician Jacob B. Little has cast an impressive presence on the folk and indie worlds. With songs that hone a masterful quality, telling a story of distance, loss, and life lived in between, his music has been described as "strong, subtle..." and often "evokes a sense of home” within his listeners. Little has recently been hard at work on his debut album and is looking forward to releasing it in the spring of 2018.