Sam Moss is a musician living in Boston. His discography ranges from early recordings of instrumental folk guitar to more recent lyrically centered efforts, including 2018’s Neon, which has been acclaimed by NPR and The Boston Globe. Since 2014 he has been regularly on tour, performing in all manner of venues: pubs, galleries, abandoned silos, living rooms, and the Newport Folk Festival. Moss is a recipient of fellowships from the MacDowell Colony and Marble House Project.
Juliana Daugherty wields her songcraft like a sword, not a diary to be buried in a drawer. Daugherty grew up playing multiple instruments, even attending a conservatory before stepping away from classical music entirely. She went on to acquire an MFA in poetry-- a fact not lost on her debut full-length Light. NPR writes Light is "not an attempt at coining a new, fake genre, but a functional image. Daugherty sings quiet and contemplative poetry with gentle, but aching lilt." Stereogum describes Light as"a collection of stark, intimate folk-rock tunes that accompany Daugherty’s lyrics with only a few carefully selected flourishes. The results are magnificent, as fervent but understated electric chords carry along Daugherty’s haunting narration. There is no shortage of artists making music of this ilk today, but few are doing it so captivatingly.”