Little Tybee is a 6 piece band based in Atlanta, GA whose music has been described as genre bending and refreshing to both veteran and exploring ears. The core of each of their songs begins in the relentless and creative mind of vocalist/guitarist/pianist Brock Scott. The songs mature through the dedicated musicianship of 8-string guitarist Josh Martin, violinist Nirvana Kelly, bassist Ryan Donald, and percussionist Pat Brooks. Little Tybee isn’t afraid to experiment freely, even dangerously at times, to follow a musical idea to its ultimate end. This mentality has led the group to explore music that transcends genre and packs a much bigger punch than their modest title implies. Over the past few years they have had the pleasure of sharing the stage with Of Montreal, Kurt Vile, Here We Go Magic, Rising Appalachia, Macy Gray, Reptar, Sondre Lerche, Nicole Atkins, Man Man, Kishi Bashi, and a number of others. Notable performances included SXSW, CMJ, Pop Montreal, Floydfest, Rombello Cruise, Hillstock Festival, and Multiverse Playground.
«The band Little Tybee doesn’t really fit into any genre, and the band likes it that way.”
“Delicately constructed orchestral pop music with enough adventure to keep wandering ears at bay, Little Tybee oozes southern charm with a dash of classicism capable of penetrating a generation of music fans beyond their own years.”
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Rare is it to find modern music that pinpoints the middle ground between a respect for past greats and a boldness to pave tomorrow. However, this is the very definition of The Reign of Kindo.
The band formed in late 2006 from the remaining members of This Day & Age, adding a new member, Jeffrey Jarvis. In 2007, the band’s first record entitled The Reign of Kindo EP was a regional sales success, reaching #5 on the Billboard Middle Atlantic Heatseekers chart.
In 2009, The Reign of Kindo put out the first YouTube video of the band performing the song „Just Wait.“ It became an immediate hit, and within the first 24 hour period it was one of the most highly rated and commented on videos on Youtube.
The band has since played sold out concerts in the U.S., Japan, and Brazil. In 2013, The Reign of Kindo jumped into crowd source funding on IndieGoGo to raise money for their third release, Play with Fire. The campaign earned over $10,000 within 48 hours, as well as was featured on the front page of the IndieGoGo [email protected]