Black Coffee

Black Coffee

Saturday, May 19 @ 1:55pm | Monster Main Stage


We're a four-piece band from Midwest Ohio. We're all college dropouts and we're not fond of rules. We like to play by our own. We play for others who see and do things differently. The ones who also like to play by their own rules. Although there may be few of us...long live Rock 'N" Roll!



Dirty Honey

Dirty Honey

Sunday, May 19 @ 12:40pm | Echo Stage


Los Angeles' rock band Dirty Honey are gearing up for an ambitious 2019. Led by frontman Marc Labelle, guitarist John Notto, bassist Justin Smolian, and drummer Corey Coverstone. The band just released their debut self titled EP, produced by Nick Didia (Pearl Jam, Rage Against the Machine). The release is accompanied by a non-stop touring schedule.



cleopatrick

cleopatrick

Friday, May 17 @ 2:50pm | Wave Stage


cleopatrick is a heavy alt-rock duo from the tiny town of Cobourg, Ontario – yup, the 'c' is lowercase.

Best friends since kindergarten, frontman Luke Gruntz and drummer Ian Fraser have an enviable connection that translates into a powerfully unified expression of sound. With a bastardized bass amp and split signal, Gruntz simultaneously commands the range of bass and guitar topped with provocative blues grooves and take-down breakdowns.



Shvpes

Shvpes

Friday, May 17 @ 1:45pm | Echo Stage


English post-hardcore band SHVPES grew out of the demise of an earlier iteration when vocalist Griffin Dickinson came aboard in 2015. The band expanded from a metalcore sound into something closer to more aggressive alternative hard rock with touches of hip-hop on their 2016 debut full-length, Pain. Joy. Ecstasy. Despair.



Evan Konrad

Evan Konrad

Saturday, May 18 @ 1:25pm | Echo Stage


Evan Konrad sonically architected an alternative world all by hand.

Born and raised in Abbotsford, BC Canada, the singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist devoted his entire life to crafting music. Growing up in a house where creativity would be encouraged at every turn, he spent countless hours writing songs and producing. Following stints recording and on the road with other artists, he locked himself away in the studio and commenced work on what would become his forthcoming debut. With nothing more than a few songs on his private SoundCloud link shared by his manager, he caught the attention of LAVA founder Jason Flom who signed him on the spot—because of the downright mind-blowing songcraft.



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