"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.
With more harmonies than you can handle, groovy beats and poetic lyrics about love, loss and temporality, Dr. Dog’s psychedelic sound is unlike anything heard this side of the 1960s. Straight out of Philadelphia, this five-piece created its unique old-school sound in home studios on classic 8-track recording equipment. Behind the distinctive lead vocals of Toby Leaman and Scott McMicken, the rest of the band rounds out Dr. Dog’s music with plenty of guitar fuzz, poppy keyboard riffs and a chorus of backing vocals.
The Citadel Bulldogs represents the athletic programs and
intercollegiate teams of The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. The university is a part of the NCAA's Division I and competes in the Southern Conference and the South Eastern Air Rifle Conference. Men's and women's teams sponsored by the school include baseball, basketball, football, cross country, golf, soccer and volleyball.
Brooklyn-based punk rock band Parquet Courts was formed in 2010 by lead vocalist Andrew Savage, guitarist Austin Brown, bassist Sean Yeaton and drummer Max Savage. Mixing elements of post punk, garage rock and indie rock the band dropped its debut recordAmerican Specialties, as a limited cassette in 2011 before Play Pinball! Records redistributed it as an LP in 2012. Parquet Courts released its follow-up full-length album Light Up Gold, in 2012 on Andrew's Dull Tools label, earning underground and as well as mainstream acclaim once the record was re-released by What's Your Rupture? in 2013.
Cherub is an electro-funk duo from Nashville, Tennessee that was founded in 2010 by Jordan Kelley and Jason Huber. Blending a defined pop vocal delivery with futuristic-sounding electronic beats and instrumentals, Cherub has managed to distinguish itself from the myriad of other acts existing in Nashville. Managing to incorporate a tongue-in-cheek style of humor into its music, the duo has had an easy time attracting a varied fan base of listeners who like 1980s-influenced synth sounds andrigorously produced electro rhythms.