Gestalt is self-described as “so unbelievably punk rock.” Lead songwriter Zane Deluccie’s versatile voice and lyrics are foundation for this Pop-Punk outfit. Their songs are honest, emotional, and playful. They take you for a ride with the band in a beat up Honda until you end up in the same damn parking lot vaping with the boys. Xavier Robinson’s (drums) and Mackenzie Broadburst’s (bass) propelling rhythms intricately dance with Cooper Dickerson’s (guitar) tasty lead licks for a live performance that will have you diving into the mosh.
Big Dopes' loose, lighthearted feel evokes 90s alternative and indie. Lead songwriter Eddie Schmid uses a playful, conversational vocal style to sing through neuroses about long-distance relationships, being a houseguest, and wasting money on shitty headphones. Ricky Brewer (drums) and Justin Catanzaro (bass) lend vibrant, dynamic rhythms, and Paul Simmons adds colorful violin, guitar, and synth.