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Elliot Moss: Slip

Elliot Moss: Slip

Elliot Moss is a multi-instrumentalist songwriter, producer, and visual artist from New York. He released his debut album Highspeeds in 2014, which was played, recorded, and mixed primarily by himself. In 2014, Moss started booking shows with his five-man band, covering material from both Highspeeds and songs from a new album scheduled for release in […]

Sísý Ey: Do It Good

Sísý Ey: Do It Good

Icelandic band Sisy Ey (pronounced See See Ay) was founded in 2011. The idea was to get the three sisters, Elin, Elisabet and Sigga to sing live house music which would serve not only the exquisite combination of their beautiful voices into new and exciting territory, but would also showcase their abilities in a different […]

Jaymes Young and Phoebe Ryan: We Won’t

Jaymes Young and Phoebe Ryan: We Won’t If there were a music collaboration jackpot, I think we’ve certainly hit it today. Truth be told, I already caught on to some teases about this team up of acts I love, but I was still waiting on pins and needles to finally hear it. Today, rising Los […]

Doe Paoro: Nostalgia

Doe Paoro: Nostalgia

Doe Paoro is a female artist from Los Angeles, who has worked with the likes of Justin Vernon of Bon Iver. Her new beat-heavy track, ‘Nostalgia, was co-written with Peter Morén of Peter Bjorn & John. In her own words, Paoro says; “I’m interested in the reconstruction of memory — it’s so human to selectively […]

Tiara Thomas: Get Blowed

Tiara Thomas: Get Blowed

A quick click online yields this succinct definition of the word original: “Not dependent on other people’s ideas; inventive and unusual.” For those seeking the musical equivalent of that, you need look no further than Tiara Thomas. Thomas first vaulted into national consciousness in 2013 when she co-wrote, co-produced and appeared on Wale’s hit single […]

Natasha Alexander: Black Bodies

Natasha Alexander: Black Bodies

Natasha Alexander is a young woman who’s been singing practically her entire life. Coming from a musical family on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, she was raised on the sounds of vinyl records – everything from John Coltrane and Pink Floyd to Donny Hathaway and Steely Dan. Growing up, she sang in the church choir and […]

Josh Stevens: Hill Top feat Spencer Ludwig

Josh Stevens: Hill Top feat Spencer Ludwig

Josh Stevens is an American singer, record producer, songwriter and engineer of Native American (Apache) and Spanish decent. Raised in Los Angeles, his works are Grammy Award Winning, RIAA Platinum Certified, Billboard Award Nominated, Juno Award Nominated (Canada) and ARIA Music Awards Platinum Certified (Australia). Josh has worked with the likes of Warren G, Snoop […]

Adina Howard: Bad 4 Me

Adina Howard: Bad 4 Me

From the depths of the R&B music revolution emerges an artist whose multi-dimensional lyrical decadence is nothing short of sensational. She is the innovative, yet sensual phenom whose passion and drive for success propelled her music into a new dimension of personal growth for music lovers to experience. Her name is Adina Howard. From Radio, […]

Andra Day: Gold

Andra Day: Gold

Take one look at Andra Day, with her saucy rockabilly-inspired look (she routinely rocks a bouffant and red-stained lip) and you know you’re in the presence of a unique individual. The San Diego-bred singer and songwriter’s eye-catching personal style complements her brassy, yet alluring voice, as well as her music, which is both groovy and […]

Maad Moiselle: Sweet & Low

Maad Moiselle: Sweet & Low

Singer, songwriter & dj.. Maad’s fashion-forward, empowering, and classic brand image has landed her work with name’s such as Paul Mitchell, William Okpo, Chanel and Lucille Roberts. Towering at 5’10, she’s graced the pages of magazines such as Cosmopolitan, Elle, Nylon all while spinning, writing & recording her own music. Maad says: “I really looked […]

May: I Could Have Been Someone

May: I Could Have Been Someone

Signed to Columbia Records, prodigious chanteuse, May, has been heralded as “One of the hottest things to see, hear and read” by Harper’s Bazaar. With her celestial voice and hauntingly beautiful melodies, the Australian musical talent returns home this Spring to release her brand new single, I Could Have Been Someone. A rather sparse track […]

Silversun Pickups: Nighlight

Silversun Pickups: Nighlight

It’s no secret that Silversun Pickups score the soundtrack for the cacophony and quiet of the urban environment. Their songs curl like a sleeping dragon around the foothills, soar between the skyscrapers, and slouch in the shadows of forbidden offramps and skid row. Now, three years after their second record, Silversun Pickups are currently in […]