DeeOhGee is the wild conglomeration of brothers who scrape their inspiration from the talents of American music. The beat, the groove, the melody, are the holy trinity that guide this band. With togetherness as the goal they travel, sing, give and gather for the betterment of their fellow man. The origins of American music are built from the exact same elements that make our modern music quicken our current pulses. This is where DeeOhGee has made their home, pulling from acoustic roots to amplified chaos, they encompass the human condition within their songs. Without fear of being multi-dimensional, Zack Murphy pushes his heavy beat and nuanced percussion to new grounds. Matthew Paige heaves his weight into riffs and dissonance that lands in a beautiful cadence. And Dylan Whitlow brilliantly lends his gift of bass virtuosity to the heat that melts it all together. With plans to collaborate and participate in the vast world of music for as long as life allows, the DeeOhGee contribution is one of honesty and free thinking feels cranked up for those ready for liberation.
UNCLE SEXY AND THE NEPHEWS
Uncle Sexy and the Nephews is a rock and roll machine made from all sorts of influences such as blues, folk, country, and soul. We use Catchy melodies and story telling to capture what its like to be the average hardworking American while rippin a few solos and crushin a few beers along the way. This music is written for people and as long as those people are willing to listen, we will keep the music comin.
“Them boys is good, I guess,” remarked a surly pub patron upon seeing Harlem Natural at his local watering hole. After finishing their second set of the night, the guys set out to the back for a smoke with their adoring fans. “Honestly, I thought The Dead Bolts were playing tonight,” a fan joked, “but uh.. Oh! I liked when you guys played Let’s Get It On. That’s something. I don’t know, man, don’t you have to go back on soon?” A ragtag bunch of miscreants, the USS Harlem Natural is manned by Pat Corbett (Bass, Captain), Mike Fitz (Drums, First Mate), Bob Puetz (Guitar, Second.. Mate?) And John Hall (Guitar, Done with this metaphor). Stay tuned for some new recordings and don’t forget to act natural.