Austin native Max Frost makes light hearted indie rock. If you like Dan Croll or Real Estate, take a listen to Frost’s tunes. He recently released an EP titled Intoxication, which has a sunny disposition, and he is also scoring a new documentary directed by Jordan Haro about the Rush brothers, who were prolific college basketball players. As far as his original music, Frost went on tour with Wild Child back in October, and now he’s going to be playing alongside Grizfolk in February! Find more information on the event here.
On February 11, 2016, Grizfolk will be playing live at Gramercy Theatre in New York City, in partnership with Thrillcall and Live Nation! Combining pop, folk, and electronics into a global sound all their own, Grizfolk is a five-piece ensemble formed by a pair of Swedish producers and a singer/songwriter from Florida who came together to pursue a fresh musical vision. Grizfolk has been catapulted into the spotlight by a distinctive sound that forges sharp, raw vocals with edgy electronic textures and heavy guitar and drums. The Gramercy Theatre is a 500 person intimate venue operated by Live Nation on 127 East 23rd St, New York City. Originally built in 1937, the theater offers an ultimate rarity among the mid-sized music venues in the city: a mix of actual seating in back with general admission standing room in front, and a sound system that caters well to both.