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Come to the party.

Were throwing a party, with a really cool line-up. You're invited.

Heres the deets:

When: November 29th

Where: click here

Tickets: $10 at door, or buy in advance here

Electric guitars, sister harmonies, award-winning songwriting, and an exhilarating live show; these are a few reasons why the Command Sisters have been turning heads internationally, earning nods from the likes of Guitar World and NME. And with their pop debut on the horizon, this is the calm before the storm. From their latest efforts, the girls collaborated with platinum producers Disco Fries (Tiesto, Krewella), which resulted in progressive dance banger “Earthquake” (Armada), heard on The Today Show with 2.5m+ streams to-date. Following the success of this collaboration, the Commands felt there was more magic to be made. After a short trip to New York City, the two duo’s wrote and recorded 8 tracks together in the span of 3 days - which later became the Command Sister’s highly anticipated pop debut, which will be released early 2017. Picture HAIM’s sister harmonies, Taylor Swift hooks, mixed with Phantogram’s edge and a whole lot of distortion - and you have the Command Sisters. Quinn Mills and the Common Era

“Quinn Mills is the REAL DEAL!” That’s high praise for the 17 year old singer-songwriter coming from professional musician/producer Buddy Hyatt. Mills is living up to that praise. He has already released two singles, “James Dean” and “Take It”, and played legendary venues like The Bitter End, Pete’s Candy and The Sidewalk Café in New York, and The Silver Dollar Room and The Linsmore Tavern in Toronto. He has even performed at the highly esteemed New York Songwriters’ Circle Showcase. Mills has worked with some of the best in the music business: Buddy Hyatt (Toto), Nir Z (studio drummer for John Mayer and Jason Mraz), and Chad Cromwell (Neil Young’s drummer).

Mills is a gifted guitarist who writes pop, R&B songs that have catchy melodies and lyrical depth beyond his years. At 16 years old, Mills was signed by Dan Marshall and Tom Petrone to a management and publishing deal with their company MP Music House. Mills also plays keyboards, bass and drums, and even produces his own songs. Mills is now backed by an incredibly talented back up band with 25 year old Chris Buysse on drums and 19 year old Julian Guzman on bass. Kyle Duke and the Brown Bag Boys

Multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and producer Kyle Duke is a rising artist in the indie rock scene. Since moving to New York in 2015, Duke has been hard at work spreading his own lo-fi brand of psychedelic, guitar-driven rock to new audiences with the help of his band The Brown Bag Boys.

Following the release of his first self-produced EP Snack Time, and its follow up Aquatic Pop in 2017, Kyle began gaining more national and international interest through Indie and college blog coverage, along with radio play. Since, he has released a handful of singles that lean more into the heaver aesthetic of the punk and metal acts that he grew up worshipping, and continued to expand his following.

Come and celebrate the launch of The Soundtrack with these artists that you don't wanna miss!


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