While drawing inspiration from greats like Joni Mitchell, Conor Oberst, Adrianne Lenker, and Neil Young, Jeremy Ferrara is still able to achieve his own distinct sound. His endearingly forthright lyrics are driven by modern indie hooks paired with timeless, tender, folky sounds. Open tunings and fingerpicking are sprinkled throughout Ferrara’s works, giving them a classic and comforting sort of twang. His debut album, With Every Change (2020), calls on the techniques of his folk predecessors and was first tracked on the stage of a 100-year-old theatre over 3 and a half days in the tiny mountain town of Enterprise, Oregon; before full band features like keyboard and pedal steel were later overdubbed.
At the heart of Ferrara’s work, you will find… well, Ferrara’s own heart. His open-hearted songwriting lays all to bare and takes no shame in doing so
Pop rock stylings meet quirky songwriting in the solo project of longtime Santa Barbara bassist and songwriter Rafa Rose. His 2019 release, For Your Love, verges on being spasmodic in its span, but listening through reveals a personal story told through radio influences woven with intimate songwriting. While he usually prefers a trio, Rafa returns to Soho with a four piece band, sharing songs from For Your Love alongside new songs with songs that will be sure to catch your ear and energy to catch you heart.
bamblume is a project led by Fernanda Rozendo. Her singing, playing and writing are a reflection of her experiences as a young, first generation Latina mother compelled to believe that every obstacle is an opportunity for expansion. Like gold refined by fire, her value increases with every test. Philip Rogers Multi-instrumentalist spending nearly a decade in Portland, Oregon touring extensively with bands such as Haley Heynderickx, Y La Bamba, Nick Delffs, and Alexandra Savior. A set of songs written mostly in basements or sub-leased rooms, with terrible jokes to boot. His dad says hi.