Described as "dreamlike" by
The Portland Press Herald, Boston-based Indie-Folktronic Art-Pop artist AO GRYVE (pronounced "A-Oh Greev") deeply connects listeners with the human experience through personal, authentic, andand adventurous music. Their music bounces from the traditional to the experimental, freely associating genre, aesthetic, and medium.
AO GRYVE is helmed by Joshua Jandreau, a classically-trained composer and multi-instrumentalist whose music has been premiered, performed, and recorded across the United States, Australia, and Europe by artists such as the Grammy-nominated Imani Winds, Grammy-nominated cellist Amanda Gookin, and Grammy award-winning hornist Andrew Pelletier to name a few.
Fresh off the recent success of their grant-funded deep listening and meditation project "Sacred Pauses: Music for Slowing Down", AO GRYVE continues to explore the dark unknown with their latest single, "Feel".