Vie Boheme was born in Motown, developed in Pittsburgh and refined in Minneapolis. She describes her sound as a fusion of fusions. Live instrumentation with real instruments and her voice are the playground for an eclectic sound with elements of soul and electronica fused in. She is a former dance artist with TU Dance in St. Paul, Minnesota, a founding member of The August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble and a soul, funk, jazz vocalist and choreographer of her own solo dance work. She is also a Vinyasa yoga instructor teaching in Minneapolis and wherever her music takes her.
“Lady Midnight has developed her chops by playing in wide-ranging groups like the electro-pop trio VANDAAM and the horn-fueled Afro-Cuban band Malamanya. There’s never been a better time to take a closer look at this entrancing singer, however, as she emerges as a solo artist. […] It’s hard not to picture Sade lounging on a yacht in the Caribbean, or Lady Midnight herself coolly driving around town with the top down.” —Andrea Swensson, The Current
Taylor Johnson is a musician, singer and a passionate advocate for the community. You’ve seen him all over town, most recently as the member of local sweethearts, ZuluZuluu, and has also supported many Minneapolis artists including Tickle Torture and Caroline Smith.
DJ MISS BRIT
Brittany “Miss Brit” Lynch is DJ, poet, and entrepreneur who fiercely advocates for artists in communities of color. Her work exists at the intersection of media, art, curation and social justice, and community healing. She was named a “Rising Star” by WCCO’s Urban Perspectives and one of 5 “Influential Young Black Leaders” by The Star Tribune. She’s a a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a B.A. in the Sociology of Law, Criminology, and Deviance with an emphasis on African and African American Culture.