A classic Country/Rock 'N' Roll singer who made his start in 1955 with his Five Wonders: Charlie, Jimmy, Quincy, Maestro and Jon. He was a musical chameleon before it was cool, shifting from country to psychadellic rock to punk and back. Since the 80s his career has gone down the toilet, his singing voice all but gone, and he's stuck doing reunion tours and guest spots on albums his label puts out.
An alt rock/nu metal four-piece composed of lead singer Chad Preston, bassist/vocalist Zeke Kelly, Spak's Dan Becker on lead guitar, and drummer Saahir Manjani. Their previous guitarist, Steve, was fired halfway through their first album. Song writers Zeke and Chad tend to write very simple lyrics.
The Dead Lots
A three-piece band founded by Joanne Greenwood (bass/vocals) and Sissy Dixon (guitars) and featuring Saahir Manjani of Husky Dog on drums. Their sound incorporates elements of punk and softer alt-rock. Currently the newest project here, they have one mini-LP out.
An electronic music producer who enjoys chiptunes and old school beats. A frequent collaborator of MC Mofo and producer on many a track. He's usually content to take the backseat and let others enjoy the limelight but lately has been putting himself out there more.
An underground rapper with big aspirations who got signed to Woodsiebeats in 2012. Since then he's frequently collaborated with producers like DJ Darkfunk, DJ Flufe, and Glitcher M. His career is just beginning but he's already about as boastful as one can be.
No one has ever seen him/her.
Might actually be a dog.
Creates mashups/remixes/music collages. Sometimes very danceable, but you can't tell what they're thinking.
A Japanese singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (piano, ukelele, and some guitar). She has written for or sung on every Spak album and is the unofficial third member, known as Hacky Spak.