Dream Feed is a four-piece indie rock band from Denver, Colorado. The band formed shortly after the lead vocalist, Miguel Dakota, was a finalist on Season 9 of America's Got Talent in 2014. Miguel’s soulful and passionate voice caught the attention of many, including Simon Cowell, who tweeted, "Miguel Dakota. A future star..." after his first performance.
Since then, Dream Feed has taken shape with Miguel providing lead vocals and guitar, Ryan Wagner on lead guitar and vocals, bassist Will Gaines, and drummer Brian Nolan. Their eclectic style combines alternative rock, blues and funk for an infectious musical cocktail. Hints of indie pop are layered with meaningful and powerful lyrics which provide a juxtaposition of a band that is paving the way with new sounds, while drawing from old wisdom. 
While focusing on perfecting their sound in Denver and playing shows in and around Colorado, the band has been drawing more and more attention - being named one of the top local bands to watch out for in 2019 by 303 Magazine. Most recently, the band won the KTCL Demo Derby, which awarded them a radio interview with DJ Nerf and the debut of their track “Push and Pull” on Channel 93.3. Last summer, they won the Road to Velorama grand prize based on their energetic and engaging live performance, and were invited to play the Velorama Festival along with Wilco, Death Cab for Cutie, Tennis and others. 

“From start to finish every song exhibits the band’s great skill and mastery of their own instruments. With Dakota’s powerful vocals at the forefront, each song leaves an impression that lasts. Combine that with the thick bass riffs and often raging guitar and drums and you have a song that is hard not to love”

“Dakota also has the perfect voice for rock, expressive and expansive while still containing just a bit of a bite and edge to it. Put it all together, and 'Sun And Moon' is the rock jam of early summer."

Miguel Dakota performing "American Woman"

with Lenny Kravitz