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Utah Funk

Utah Funk is a multi instrumentalist from Philadelphia Pennsylvania who uses his vast array of styles and sounds to captivate people who like all genres of music. The sound is reminiscent of psychedelic sounds from the 60’s and 70’s mixed with new age indie alternative tastes such as Mac Demarco and yellow days.

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Venmo: @guitarburger

Utah Funk on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S18.E09 – November 21, 2021
Radio Venice S16.E09 – March 14, 2021
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brvthrs. is a genre bending duo composed of Twin Sis and Sarah Keyser. The two are from completely different musical backgrounds. Pop music connoisseur, Keyser is a Berklee College graduate and Twin Sis is a self taught, Venice Beach native. The two have found a way to follow the written rules of music, while simultaneously throwing them out the window. Keyser’s training in jazz and classical guitar, vocals and songwriting mixed with TS’s vast knowledge and self education spanning over many genres, plus her gift with words, the two make an unbeatable team who’s limits are pushed every time they sit down to write. Their lyrics are raw and emotional, but at the same time clever and thought provoking. brvthrs. makes music because nothing evokes their emotions so intensely. When you hear or see them play, you feel it too.

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PayPal: brvthrsmusic@gmail.com
Venmo: @sarahkeyser

brvthrs. on Radio Venice

Radio Venice S16.E09 – March 14, 2021

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Music has always been my passion. I’ve been playing since I was four or five years old. I started by playing the recorder then the harmonica and found myself drawn to church organs but rarely was given the opportunity to play one, and none ever materialized under the Christmas tree. Thanks a lot Santa!

One day I found a guitar that my mom had left behind and by the time I was thirteen I bought my first electric guitar. Soon after I formed my first band with three other kids from school, we called it Black Light Blues. It was fun while it lasted but when I turned fifteen I dropped everything I was doing, including the band and just played when I felt like it.

Without knowing why or how, my inspiration slowly drifted and started sounding more and more like classical music. I started playing on the Venice boardwalk and the first day I made, well … five bucks. That didn’t sound like much but it certainly was enough for a meal. I kept doing it each weekend and gradually made more and more each time. Eventually I took my act to Santa Monica’s 3rd street promenade. Although it wasn’t half as fun as Venice, there I found a very appreciative crowd. I eventually got to work and recorded my first CD. It took me three years but I did it!

Ever since I’ve been doing more professional work such as studio sessions, short movie soundtracks, private events and small concerts as a solo act and with other artists.

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Radio Venice S16.E09 – March 14, 2021
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