Faux Rex is DC’s newest indie band with the oldest hearts. The Wall Street Journal declares that “Faux Rex’s sound is like a late-night Old Fashioned for the city’s loneliest accountant, trapped in a spreadsheet in an empty office.” The Economist agrees. “If life is a disease, then Faux Rex’s sound is the cure, delivered through the needles of this four-piece’s guitar, keys, bass, and drums.” Forbes promises that their live shows are “like a personal tour through your granddad’s records; a reminder of sounds you should never have forgotten.”
Mighty Brother is a New Orleans-based indie rock band captained by songwriters Jake Ryan and Nick Huster and crewed by a dynamic saxophonist and airtight rhythm section. Since 2014, the group has charmed audiences with their infectious brand of songwriting, soaring harmonies, meticulous arrangements, and full sail quest for collaboration.
The Neuro Farm is a dark wave indie rock band based in Washington DC. Their music has been described as dark, ethereal, intense, thoughtful, gothic, and hauntingly beautiful. The Neuro Farm draw on influences like Radiohead, Pink Floyd, Muse, Sigur Ros, Blonde Redhead, Joy Division, Chelsea Wolfe, and Rammstein. They have been active in the DC indie scene since 2017 and have produced three albums so far: Blissful Isolation (2011), Ghosts (2014), and The Descent (2019).
The Neuro Farm puts on a dreamy yet delightfully dark and energetic performance. Their shows have been covered by the Washington Post Going Out guide, Brightest Young Things, DC Music Reviews, Hometown Sounds, and Metro Music. The Neuro Farm’s music has also been featured on Another Wasted Hour, Subculture Shock, Takoma Radio 94.3FM (Washington DC), as well as Asalto Mata Radio Rock, an alternative rock radio station based in Spain.