Flint Eastwood



Flint Eastwood, the fast rising upstart is fresh off a whirlwind 2017 that brought her acclaimed debut EP Broke Royalty via Neon Gold Records (Tove Lo, Charli XCX), as well as marquee festival debuts at Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo.

In her hometown of Detroit, she has also been instrumental in supporting the local music scene, co-founding Assemble Sound, a collaboration studio space for local musicians to "meet, find resources, and ultimately create good art." Together they raised funds to purchase a church from the 1870's and renovated it as a community, with the space now where Flint writes and records her music, and even sparked the concept of her Broke Royalty album.

Look for new music coming in Summer 2018.



Nydge is a producer and songwriter from Detroit, MI. He was born in a hospital, and despite being named after a race car driver, he drives a reliable Honda Civic. He loves podcasts, but he hates the talkshow ones. He likes plants, but all of his plants are dead and he feels bad about it. He can replace the brake pads on your car. He knows more about synthesizers than he does about microeconomics. Like most of America, he dropped out of community college. He used to love Trent Reznor.

In summer 2017, He stepped out from a behind-the-scenes producer role and started releasing the tracks he's produced and co-written as the artist "Nydge". Since beginning his steady release of singles, his music has been streamed over 700,000 times and he's opened for acts like BANKS, SG Lewis, Flint Eastwood & Vesperteen. With the help of spotify's curated playlists (Alternative R&B, Young & Free, Weekly Buzz, Indie-pop), Nydge has received the attention of blogs and listeners alike. Indieshuffle speaks highly of his most popular single Won't You Call Me: "Another rare gem from Detroit, some wonderful collision of atoms. The reaction is straight chemical; the perfect high." Nydge has also placed songs on TV and is played in retail stores around the world.

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