(L-R) SUNDAii, Mycon and Imij of Freemind Movement work off each other to create their own spin on traditional hip-hop. Photo by Jessica Bundy
Alyxandri Jupiter composes each element of her songs, and channels her spirituality while doing so. Photo by Jessica Bundy
(L–R) David Payne, Halee Jean and Michael Nebeker meld contemporary and classical influences to form experimental compositions steeped in improvisation and vulnerability. Photo: John Barkiple
(L–R) As Sympathy Pain, Skyler Hitchcox and Casey Hansen craft cohesive, ambient atmospheres that embrace the honest yet open-ended in their collaborative approach. Photo: LmSorenson.net
Photos by Logan Sorenson | LmSorenson.net
(L–R) Gunner Bandura, Steve LeFavre and Brewja. | Photo by Jessica Bundy.
Photo by Johnny Cowan | johnnybetts.com
Photo by Johnny Cowan | johnnybetts.com
Armed with his live rig, SIAK—aka Chris Nielsen of Squarewave Sound—crafts driving, danceable music. Photo: josavagephoto.com
Matthew McMurray. Photo: Adam Heath