Cody Celestin

Cody Celestin’s got the mic, and he’s here to share it. The label manager, writer, musician, rapper, creator, and emcee extraordinaire brings people together, creating community and bringing creativity to life. His band, The Café Music Group, not only plays shows but also puts on The Cafe Open Mic, an open mic night that provides a safe space and platform for up and coming artists in the city to express themselves, from live music to poetry to writing and more.

Sara Yun

“Let the music of your life give life back to music.”

Girl Gang

Our biggest thing is: When we rise, everyone rises. So we want to continue to grow people’s networks and create opportunities. That’s our ultimate goal.

Aaron Root

“Go out and meet people. Get outta your comfort zone. Go have a fucking blast. Dance your ass off.”

Andie Aronow

People at our shows are laughing and dancing and crying and hugging. There’s…a little bit of magic in the air! I want people to walk away feeling like they had an unexpectedly great experience that they will take forward with them.

Stephen Grybowski

Artists are seen as the lifeblood of the music world, but the industry would not be what it is without the hard working people behind the scenes. Enter Stephen Grybowski, one of the key figures behind Dayglo Presents which includes Brooklyn Bowl, The Rock and Roll Playhouse, Relix, and more.

Kennedy Haygood

“My mother told me when I was a small child, my family went to a festival, and I ran off. They thought they lost me but found me dancing in the middle of a crowd.”

Brooks Welch

Come in, sit down, and stay awhile. Today, we’re lounging at Brooks Welch’s funky, underground soul club, Soul Sugar Joint, a digital dreamscape of R&B and soul music analysis and history hosted on TikTok.

Hippie Shit

Nat Greene, also known by his pseudonym-slash-social-media-handle hippieshit, is what would happen if your favorite caricaturist dropped acid and decided to follow his life’s true passion.