New Jersey’s Dark Potatoe Information has spearheaded a grassroots motion in the rock and roll industry since incorporating in 1997 by spotlighting the very best local skill in Hunterdon State, NJ. (The misspelled “Potatoe” is normally intentional, motivated by Dan Qualye’s infamous gaffe.) The label’s founding group, Angus, performs folk-rock in the vein from the Music group, Guster, as well as the Grateful Deceased. The group’s lineup includes founder and bandleader Matthew Angus of Clinton, NJ, on tempo electric guitar and vocals, Kim Williams (piano, Hammond B3 body organ, flute, violin, vocals), John Davies (bass), Jamie Coan (violin, lead electric guitar, mandolin), Megan Ernakovich (piano, vocals), and Dave Becker (drums). The group’s 2000 Compact disc, Face your day, presents organ-drenched mid-tempo folk-rock music alongside gradual, introspective country-rock ballads. Levon Helm from the Music group appeared over the cool tune “That Evening.” The theory for the group first emerged in 1988 through the bandleader’s pupil days on the School of Southern California. He proved helpful as an intern at TicketMaster and A&M Information before time for NJ in 1993. Back, he played inside a cover music group, Suggestion in the Cow, which presented some early people of Angus, and performed tracks by the Music group, the Allman Brothers Music group, and the Thankful Deceased. Steadily, Matt Angus fulfilled bandmembers who have been serious about carrying out full-time in the folk-rock group Angus, which opened up for Rick Danko from the Music group at Atomic Productions in Clinton, NJ, in 1996. That resulted in a long-term association with additional members from the Music group, including Garth Hudson, who performed on accordion within the group’s 1997 debut Compact disc on the monitor “Where Are WE HAVE NOW?” with the group’s Compact disc launch party in 1997 in the Dark Potatoe Music Festival. The group adopted up using its second Compact disc, Outstanding within their Field, in 1999. Angus in addition has released two EPs: Angus EP and FALLOUT. Angus released a site at www.angusmusic.com in 2000. Encounter your day received nationwide distribution through Edges Books and Music Cafe. Angus’ Oct 15, 2000 concert at Home of Blues in Cambridge, MA, was webcast go on www.hob.com on January 30, 2001, and entered the site’s archive on Feb 1, 2001.