At the end of the day, you really need to walk through the open door to maximize your growth potential, musically.
  1. The Low Hanging Fruits
    An ELO cover band with a few originals, the LHFs prefer their acronym over their full name.
  2. Cross-Functional Mitigation Team
    Representing a diverse set of talent, this eight-person band practices at least four times a week with Diana doing all of the planning, scheduling, and follow-up with gigs even through Joe gets the credit as the group's front man.
  3. A.W.A.
    Administrators With Attitude is a hardcore rap group of five rotating administrative assistants. Don't fuck with this group -- they control the office supply orders and they hold a grudge.
  4. At The End Of The Day Trio
    A happy hour staple, At The End Of The Day Trio tends to over-play mid-80s pop songs without much meaning. They really are filler for the live acts with more substance.
  5. The Integrated Synergy Matrix
    This early oughts-style heavy folk group has three personally-owned guitars and two drummers sharing one company kit to reduce overhead.
  6. DJ Did'ya Restart
    He's unironically in IT and a techno DJ. He has a big following on Reddit and only takes payment for the bar mitzvahs and high school dances he does in Bitcoin.
  7. Change Management
    Taking cues from the Indigo Girls, Emmylou Harris, and just a little Joan Baez this group from the internal development team like to sing about making the company *and* the world a better place.
  8. The Lost Efficiencies
    The millenials stared an emo band because they don't get the praise they thought they deserved.