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The Phantom Sound: Release Me

Marisa formed The Phantom Sound in 2013 — she had a dream to work with artists that inspired her, and she made it happen. Her influences include artists from the late 70s and early 80s punk and new wave movements such as David Bowie, Roxy Music, Blondie, The Ramones, and Duran Duran. She is creating powerful, emotional, and honest songs inspired from that era, and combines it with rock in...Read More »

Charlotte Carpenter: Mean Time

Northamptonshire-born singer-songwriter Charlotte Carpenter is a rising songstress, gravitating readily towards an abrasive, and exciting blues inspired sound. Receiving airplay from Huw Stephens, Lauren Laverne and strong support from indie and major publications such as For Folks Sake and The 405, Charlotte is steadily moving with a strong stride, refining her craft with every EP release. Honing her stagecraft alongside fellow contemporary troubadours such as Marika Hackman, Ethan Johns and George...Read More »

Deer: All Alone ft. Martin King

Melbourne beat-maker Deer, née Tom Hitchcock, is perhaps the most pronounced example of a quiet achiever on the current Australian electronic music landscape. Early forays into production saw release on enviably hip labels from Perth’s Pilerats through to NYC’s Mishka off the back of fortuitously timed collaborations with rising stars such as UV boi and remix prowess such as his take on MssingNo’s single ‘XE2’, which featured in the majority of RL...Read More »

Line Bøgh: Fix Me

Line Bøgh is a Danish songwriter and singer, based in Copenhagen. Line released her first EP ”Det er os som er farverne over byen” in 2013. The single ”Lily Avenue” was playlisted on Danish radio, and the second single ”Det er os som er farverne over byen” was featured in the Danish version of ”The X-Factor”. The first album ”Something else and something else and something else again” was released...Read More »

XYLØ: L.A. Love Song

XYLØ is an American indie pop duo formed by Paige and Chase Duddy and currently based in Los Angeles. They just released their debut single called “L.A. Love Song” and it’s quite brilliant. Between a Hollywood dramatic line and a fresh trip hop, electropop sound, the duo’s style reminds as good as other great artists like Broods, Purity Ring, Ryn Weaver or even the one and only Lana Del Rey....Read More »

Vanessa White: Don't Wanna Be Your Lover

Vanessa Karen White is an English singer-songwriter, dancer and actress. She rose to fame in 2008 as a member of English-Irish girl group The Saturdays, signed to Fascination and Polydor Records. The group have achieved substantial success with numerous top-ten hits as well as a number one single. She is the youngest member of the group. Vanessa White was born in Yeovil, Somerset and is half-Filipina from her mother and...Read More »

Chrisette Michele: Steady

Surrounded by music since she was a small child, twenty-three year old singer, songwriter and composer Chrisette Michele has been blessed with an old soul and this Long Island bred songwriter and vocalist has a deep appreciation for the harmonic foundations that includes gospel and jazz. “I did my first solo when I was four years old,” Chrisette remembers. Currently putting the finishing touches on her soulful debut album, an...Read More »

The Magnettes: Bones

The electro-pop-punk duo The Magnettes was founded in Pajala, Sweden, by Rebecka Digervall and Sanna Kalla as a way to rebel against the northern silence, blending new wave, disco and twin-vocal melancholy while singing about love, heartaches and the haze of youth. Their latest release – the desperate, yet sultry, buzzy disco-pop track ”Sore Feet & Heartbeats – is the third single from The Magnettes, adding yet another highlight to a...Read More »

Sarah Dashew: Roll Like A Wheel

In less than ten years, Sarah Dashew has managed three critically-praised albums, successful tours, television spots, and a new full-length, establishing her as one of the music industry’s most consistent singer-songwriters. On Sarah Dashew’s latest full length, Roll Like a Wheel, one can hear her whole musical history: Texas tejano, southern gospel, and blue-eyed soul, but now wrapped up in a distinct Los Angeles flavor. You can still hear James...Read More »

Allie X: Never Enough

Alexandra Ashley Hughes, better known by her stage name Allie X, is a singer-songwriter emerging from Canada. The X in her name represents a variable in algebra which is unknown, which indubitably corresponds with the way she upholds herself. Allie is mysterious and discreet, yet intriguing and fascinating. She describes her age as “twentysomething,” tip-toeing around revealing too much. Though her face was fully revealed in her music video for...Read More »

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