Artist Spotlight: Greenhouse Lounge
Greenhouse Lounge’s stylish production and inventive sampling has turned heads and led them to be known as one band to keep your eyes on. Their sound has been described as euphoric; a hypnotic based sound with breakbeat dynamics; tightly woven sonic soundscapes that are rich in melody and texture. They radiate that Sunshine State outlook of positivity in their on-stage banter and are no strangers to dropping the bass all over the place.
Hailing from the coastal city of Jacksonville, Florida the trio cut their teeth on festivals in the southern end of the land like Aura Music & Arts Festival, Bear Creek Music & Art Festival and Gnarnia The Festival. Guitarist and programmer Zach Weinert leads the charge on the dance floor as Dave McSweeny’s rumbling dub basslines and Scotty Zwang’s crushing drumming skills anchor the rhythm section, creating the structure for all three to captivate the audience. They keep the crowd rocking and transition seamlessly from wailing guitar, to a spacey electronic dance track with Hip Hop samples, to slowed down space funk, to house beats and back again. Simply put, it’s always a party when GHL steps on to the stage.
Greenhouse Lounge just wrapped up their Spring Tour which brought them up to the northeast for the first time with bass invaders BioDiesel and Space Jesus Live Band. They are currently adding the finishing touches to their upcoming release, Freak Out/Now Reflect, and have a free download available of their new single, Atmosphere.