Sexweather can go from smooth hip hop to heavy metal in three songs and it isn't weird.
The consistently dynamic group is a high-octane jukebox of original songs. Hailing from Victoria, British Columbia, the power trio shares the role of lead vocalist and songwriter between each member, producing a sound ranging from blues to indie, soul to hip hop and everything in between.
A.K.A. The Kid Lizard, A.K.A. The Calico Cat, A.K.A. Deen Weeze
Class: Classic Villain
Special Move: The Growl
Dylan Tapp brings the gravel to your picnic lunch. Always ready to shake your bones with hard-hitting vocals and a powerhouse stage presence, it's impossible to miss this reptile on the stage. With his title as the band's "Resident Lemmy", Dylan exhibits a mature songwriting style that leans on indie and pop influences, all the while letting the strength and depth of his lyrics float in the melodies.
A.K.A. Whiskey Romeo, A.K.A Grimey, A.K.A. Wram Gray
Class: Fool for Love
Special Move: The Trample
A sommelier of tasty licks, Graeme Wray draws upon influences from master shredders of the golden era of rock and roll. He's able to swoon audiences with his voice and immediately shift gears into a high-grade shred-athon. With his heart on his sleeve, it's said that some of the juices actually run down on to the strings as they provide a fuller sound for his ballads.
A.K.A. Doogie Fresh, A.K.A. Cowpants, A.K.A. Nasty Miyagi
Special Move: Bars
Nathan Shelby: Brings the Cool to your lame-ass party. Drawing influences from Questlove, Miles Margis, and Chris Dave, this exciting hybrid drummer explodes like a geyser of Dope. Channeling his own unique sound on the microphone, Nathan "Cowpants" Shelby completes the perfect dynamic to this power trio.
"The whole thing was snappy and dynamic, but what started off bluesy progressed into a groovier, salsa-influenced set with Caribbean vibes. They wrapped up with drummer Nathan Shelby abandoning his drums to freestyle at the front of the stage—all this affirming that Sexweather is even better live than their EP suggests." - Olivia Perry, HOLY SMOKES MUSIC