The pioneers of the rock band without instruments are still paving the way. We caught up with them in Los Angeles where they returned to headline the 10th anniversary of the Los Angeles A Cappella Festival – a festival they helped bring to life when they headlined the very first one in 2009.
Here’s one minute with The House Jacks:
In a time when fans are bemoaning the lack of new pro groups, From The Roots is a breath of fresh air. We caught up with them during the Los Angeles A Cappella Festival, where they hosted the Friday Night Scholastic Competition
Here’s one minute with From The Roots:
It was another busy week in the aca-verse. Lucky for us – we all reap the benefits. Here are this week’s top new releases:
Their Patreon supporters got a head start on this new release, but now it’s available for everyone. Enjoy “Why Does It Have to Be (Wrong or Right).”
What a cappella group doesn’t love a Linkin Park cover? Here’s a fresh take on “Numb” out of Germany, mixed and mastered by Bill Hare.
From the Roots
We loved watching this new group at LAAF, so please excuse while we don’t hide our excitement about their latest live video release. Here’s “Fly” from their headlining performance at SING! Texas last fall, featuring Hannah Lewis on lead.
The Sons of Pitches
Why sing one Imagine Dragons song when you can do a whole medley? The UK stars and winners of The Naked Choir 2015 bring all your favorites together.
Singing a tune in a live music room at Oxford, The Rivers did a great take on this song by Morten Kjær and Gabby Gordon.
One of the smallest collegiate groups in the circuit is working towards one more trip to ICCA Finals and gave us all a little taste of their talent.
The world’s first South Asian a cappella group faces the challenges of mental health for college students with this cover and mashup of Everglow and Kaise Mujhe.
With 10 people, this Turkish group is a little big for a couch video, but they pull off the same charm.
There are few people so revered in our community as Bill Hare. Starting with no background in a cappella, he’s become the most admired studio engineers in the world for our art form.
Here’s one minute with Bill Hare: