Trey Moore is a 23 year old composer born in New Haven, Connecticut. Introduced to music through his father George Moore, a bassist, and mother Lucinda Moore who is a Gospel recording artist. At the age of 6 he began to learn the piano, studying the likes of Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane, Chic Corea. At this same time he was also introduced to the music of Prince, Parliament Funkadelic, and Junie Morrison, who have continued to influence his music to this day. At 13 Trey picked up a few more instruments, the bass guitar, drums, electric guitar. His Modern influences are Solange, Blood Orange, Mark Ronson, Frank ocean. On July 21st he released his first project entitled “HalfMoon”, and has since been performing his compositions for crowds throughout the area.
Paul Bryant Hudson is a New Haven based singer-songwriter and composer.
Hailing from a line of musicians and storytellers, Paul actively channels energies from periods of cultural and creative enlightenment, fusing them with contemporary hip hop and alternative components. These cultural values are prominent in his references and tributes to African American music, poetry, and folklore.