The Main Squeeze, with deep musical roots sprouted in the Midwest, have scored their lives at each twist and curve. While starting out as a party band at Indiana University, to their last release, that illustrates their increasing musical maturity and creativity inspired by their new home in Los Angeles.
If maturity comes with experience, each new album reflects this growth. The Main Squeeze has spent several years building their foundation since being championed by producer Randy Jackson: they have played Red Rocks; shared the stage with The Roots, Aloe Blacc, Janes Addiction, Umphrey’s McGee, and Trombone Shorty; and performed at music festivals like Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, Summer Camp, and High Sierra.
The Main Squeeze is a blend of soul and hip-hop, funk with rock. They know their sound is soulful, powerful, and unique, something that both media and audience corroborate. These underpinnings are important, but nevertheless, the true focus of The Main Squeeze will always be to strive to reach inside people.
Their music is balanced with rhythm, emotion, vocals, and instrumentation, with a vibe simultaneously timeless and futuristic, as they are inspired by the greats but they have found a way to infuse their own genius into the mix.