Archie Gopal

Archie is a songwriter and producer from New Jersey with a passion for music that matters. A classically trained singer of Indian Carnatic music, Archie strives to empower others to harness their identity and culture to make unique and meaningful art.  As an undergraduate, Archie studied at University of Massachusetts Amherst and led UMass’ only all-femme a cappella group S#arp Attitude during their TV debut on Pop TV’s Sing It On, soon followed by the production and release of the group’s critically acclaimed debut album, Deja Vu.  She is currently pursuing an MA at NYU in Music Business and is working on a solo EP under her full first name, Archana.

Lynique Webster

Known for her vibrant persona and infectious energy, Lynique has a voice to match. Lynique grew up in Gaithersburg, MD, where she currently works as an early childhood educator, public school teacher,  and volunteers as the director of youth and young adult praise and worship at her home church. While studying music education at the University of Maryland, Lynique sang with the mixed voice ensemble Faux Paz and was often recognized as a standout soloist in both live performance and recorded media.  Lynique is featured on the ensemble’s latest release, Lithium.

Lynique Webster

Known for her vibrant persona and infectious energy, Lynique has a voice to match. Lynique grew up in Gaithersburg, MD, where she currently works as an early childhood educator, public school teacher,  and volunteers as the director of youth and young adult praise and worship at her home church. While studying music education at the University of Maryland, Lynique sang with the mixed voice ensemble Faux Paz and was often recognized as a standout soloist in both live performance and recorded media.  Lynique is featured on the ensemble’s latest release, Lithium.

Isaiah Carter

A multi-faceted musician,  Isaiah had already been proficient in various styles on the drum set, melodic and auxiliary percussion, piano, organ, and keyboard when he fell in love with vocal music. Hailing from Kansas City, MO, in high school Isaiah was twice selected to participate in the GRAMMY Foundation’s exclusive signature music industry camp and in 2014, the inaugural A Cappella Academy, sparking his love for contemporary vocal music.  A current student at the Berklee College of Music, Isaiah is pursuing a degree in Film Scoring while performing as a vocal percussionist with Berklee’s internationally-acclaimed a cappella group, Pitch Slapped. His arrangements for the ensemble have quickly garnered the group new acclaim and have made Isaiah’s work well sought-after.

Julie Peacock

Born into a family of musicians, Julie’s affinity for singing began at a young age. A native of Ridgewood, NJ, Julie works as a financial consultant in Toronto, Canada,  but recognizes music as not just a unique form of therapy, escape, and beauty, but as her true passion. While pursuing both Economics and Music at the University of Delaware, Julie sang alongside Denise as a member of the mixed a cappella group Vocal Point and on international tours with the world-renowned UD Chorale, competing and performing in venues across France, Germany, Greece, Malta, and Jerusalem.

Denise Natoli

Born and raised on Long Island, NY, Denise is equal parts meditation and dog mom. A full-time pediatric RN, Denise is a firm advocate for the exercise of mindfulness and body awareness in both  singing and medicine. With a deep background in both pop and classical styles, Denise’s musical backstory features landmarks from jazz choir, to American Idol, to solo clarinet in Carnegie Hall. A graduate of the University of Delaware, Denise sang alongside Julie as a member of the mixed a cappella group Vocal Point and was a featured  soloist as the group competed on the national stage.

Kyle Hogan

A product of the intersection of a lifelong love for music and a commitment to the socratic method, Kyle is just as likely to be found debating some philosophical minutiae as he is humming along to a new pop record. From a small town in northwestern Connecticut, Kyle currently lives in Washington DC where he works in antitrust law. As an undergraduate at the University of Rochester, Kyle studied an amalgam of disciplines but dedicated most his time to music as he trained in classical voice and sang bass with the YellowJackets, hot off their feature on NBC’s The Sing Off. Recently, Kyle has lent his voice to a number of collaborations, including work with Street Corner Symphony and the initial June project.