Jesse Quigley

Roots to Grooves – Polo & Pan

This French electronic duo are focused on upbeat, immersive and engaging electronica. Often playful, inspiring, and positive, Polo & Pan are influenced by sounds and tradition from around the world.

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Roots to Grooves – Viagra Boys

Intrigued by drugs, emotions, and male-privilege, Viagra Boys articulate their attitude in a punishing approach to music.

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Roots to Grooves – Moses Gunn Collective

An eclectic mix of musicians, MGC mix up dreamy pop flavors with soulful crooning and howling riffs, creating music that feels simultaneously classic and fresh.

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Roots to Grooves – The Holydrug Couple

The Holydrug Couple are a psychedelic rock duo from Santiago, Chile, comprised of friends Ives Sepúlveda and Manuel Parra. Join us as we explore the sounds from this underground, experimental outfit.

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Roots to Grooves – Danger Mouse

From Gorillaz and Gnarles Barkley to Beck and Adelle. Danger Mouse has worked with an incredible array of disparate artists throughout his career, but his own distinct style still shines through. Join us as we explore his career so far.

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Roots to Grooves – Japanese Breakfast

This project led by Michelle Zauner combines her indie rock origins with highly personal lyrics and an ever evolving palette of musical influences.

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Roots to Grooves – Little Simz

This British singer, rapper and actress of Nigerian roots grew up in a busy London household full of siblings, foster children from different backgrounds and along with it, a whole host of different musical influences.

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Roots to Grooves – Electric Guest

With only 3 albums under their belt, this indie pop duo have also worked on some unusual songs in their past. We dive into their history.

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Roots to Grooves – Jessie Ware

Garnering acclaim in 2012 with her debut album, Devotion, this singer/songwriter has built a successful solo career as well as writing for the likes of Nicki Minaj and Ed Sheeran.

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Roots to Grooves – Foxygen

"Foxygen" is what you get if you take David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Lou Reed, 1970's era Elton John, The Doors and mix them all up in a blender.

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