Wesley Attew —
Wesley Attew is a world traveling Englishman who moved to Vancouver last February. He draws his style from a range of influences – mainly composed of modern day Indie folk-rock (The Lumineers, Tallest Man On Earth, City and Colour, The Head and The Heart) and 60s & 70s folk music. He displays a refreshing honesty through his hard-hitting poetic lyricism and expressive melodies.
He has now settled on the west coast and since being in Vancouver Attew’s newest songs speak to the struggle of applying for permanent residency, road tripping across Canada and the friendships made while traveling.
Cassidy Waring —
Cassidy Waring is the extraordinarily talented singer-songwriter. She makes modern traditional folk music that will break your heart while sewing it back together. She sings dusty lullabies directly from her relentless. Her debut album is mostly autobiographical and could very well be the soundtrack to heartache. She learned how to use songwriting as a tool to deal with the challenges around her at a ripe age. This is certainly apparent in her music. Her songs feel lived in, extraordinarily lived in like a cabin in the woods with dripping candles and the smell of old books. She has spun her struggle into songs that invite listeners deep inside.
Sam Balson —