Elizabeth Kelly (vocals, guitar), Kara Vance (keys), Ty Craemer (bass), Devin Randazzo (drums) 
Rustbelt longings and polyamorous harmonies are laced through clanging guitars and soaring keyboard countermelodies, all underscored by a hard-hitting, relentless rhythm section. Inspired by bizarre nap dreams, life changes, and the overwhelming pull to connect to the universe and every being in it, The Village Bicycle ponders the big questions while still enjoying life’s little mysteries. They thoroughly love sharing themselves through their music, and their effervescent energy onstage makes for an awesome, upbeat live experience. 
Christa Ebert (vocals, samples, loops) 
One-woman choir, Christa “Uno Lady” Ebert, relies only on her voice for musical accompaniment. With a microphone, small mixer, and loop pedal perched upon a DIY lit podium, layers of vocals entrance, explore, and invoke emotions. Haunting, serene, and always captivatingly beautiful, Uno Lady creates spell-like loops, spinning you into her musical web.
Red-I (production), Playne Jayne (vocals) 
The ladies of FreshProduce. joined forces on Christmas night in 2014. What originally began as a impromptu sessions at Red-i’s apartment soon became the full-length project, We Are FreshProduce. In 2016, they continued to showcase their knack for lyricism and soulful production with their sophomore album, Duce. The following spring, the ladies embarked on a month-long tour in France where they rocked shows from Paris to Toulouse. FreshProduce. released their third album, 4080, in December 2016.
Zach Germaniuk (guitar, vocals), Beth Anne (bass), Mike Burrows (drums) 
Pillärs mixes heavy metal and hardcore punk at high volume. The three members draw influence not only from those broad musical genres but also from their shared experiences and attitudes, which inspires much of the band’s artwork and presentation. Outside of playing regularly around the Cleveland area since their start in 2015, last year the band completed a regional Rust Belt tour on the strength of a now out-of-print demo tape. 2018 will start with Pillärs releasing their first full-length album and continuing to write, record, and support their friends in other area bands. The band is also currently planning another tour for spring.
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