Bringing some of our closest friends and favorite musicians to your living room this November.
Groove, groove with friends, groove with macho macho
Join us on November 19th
Mustachio Bashio 2019 lives on in a virtual format. Deeply saddened by the cancellation of this year's Mustachio Bashio, the Macho Macho team wanted to bring back some of our favorite musicians, friends, and family for a night of grooving together and honoring those who struggle mentally or physically this November. So join us for a night of music and fundraising...and dancing and drinking.
Rising artist VYCE BLOOM welcomes us with impressive musical genre blending. The Los Angeles DJ/Producer has been working on his craft diligently and offers his talents to a fresh take on old vs new mashups as well as producing his own music.
Master of groove and transporter of time and space, Jake Rath moonlighted the Mustachio Bashio 2019 as DJ Dirty Data. "Mental health and substance abuse have impacted my life in more ways than I can describe. I do this to change stigmas and help save lives."
Chris Rogers, aka CROG, is an amateur producer, DJ. Inspired by last year's Mustachio Bashio, he was quick to sign on to rip a crispy 30-minute DJ set when he caught wind Movember was heading virtual in 2020. It has always been important to CROG that the boys be happy, healthy, and warm-lipped. Be sure to check out his new single 'Afterglow' and see what else he's been up to at @crogmusic before the event 🤟.
thinkbenjamin. is an independent artist from Salt Lake City, Utah. Benjamin is on track to being one of the biggest names in the music industry. Collaborations with major touring artists such as tory lanez, futuristic, sammy adams, mark battles, troy ave and mike jones. Think writes on subjects like love, heartbreak, and mental health. You can find him on all major streaming platforms and instagram under thinkbenjamin.
Blending rock, pop, r&b, and hip-hop, Juice embraced the diversity of their signature sound early on. The band - Ben Stevens (vocals), Christian Rose (violin, vocals), Kamau Burton (vocals, acoustic guitar), Daniel Moss (guitar), Michael Ricciardulli (guitar), Rami El-Abidin (bass), and Miles Clyatt (drums) - formed in 2014 in Boston while attending college.
After graduating, the band recorded and released their first professional EP, 2018’s Workin’ on Lovin’. With new music and two old minivans, the band hit the road for an almost non-stop year and a half of national touring.
Reflecting on their touring and coming to terms with a new phase of life, Juice gathered their collective experiences into their 2019 EP, you are simply magnificent. The project confronts difficult and powerful emotions, including loneliness, lost love, hopelessness and obsession.
Following the release of you are simply magnificent, Juice spent the remainder of 2019 living together as roommates in Queens, New York. Their upcoming single “DiCaprio (Love Me All the Time)” and accompanying video is authentic to that experience. The single features hooks and verses from five of the band members, and gathers inspiration from late ‘90s and early 2000’s pop and hip-hop.
Ladybread is an indie rock quintet from New York City. A spirited lovechild of Ben Feldman (Bass), Mike LoCicero (Guitar/Vox), Ricardo Philippe (Keys), Matt Rueger (Drums), and Ted Stephan (Guitar).