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Deezie Brown

Born and raised outside of Austin in Bastrop, TX, Deezie Brown delivers what he describes as a ‘blue collar’ style of southern Hip-Hop and Funk. He was first exposed to hip-hop as he rode around in his dad’s Chevy truck, listening to some of the great hip-hop artists of the South. Through his sound, Deezie pays homage to the nostalgic essence of Texas hip-hop, blending it with the modernism of today’s cinematic soundscapes.

eric@whyandhow.com
Lydia Salett Dudley

Lydia Salett Dudley is a jazz pianist, singer, composer and arranger in Raleigh, NC.

lsalett@gmail.com
Joy Xande

Soul artist Joy Xande looks to cool down the Toronto music scene with the formal release of ‘Just A Feeling’. Upon connecting with producer Greg MCGovern (as well as instrumentalists, Adam Connor & Steve Malison) Joy carried a jazzy tone reminiscent of the early 1960’s. While accompanied by a seductive saxophone over desirable soul organs, nubile percussion, and a voluptuous bass line, Joy Xande & The Business strikes with smooth adaptability, as a collective.

joyxande@gmail.com