Tampa-based indie folk singer/songwriter Connor Zwetsch released her debut EP ‘What Comes After’ via Noble Steed Music. The EP was recorded at Bear Creek Studio with multi-platinum producer Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers, Vance Joy, RaRaRiot).
Zwetsch notes “’Candy Bars’ is a song about youth at its finest. Inspired by the joyous and carefree days of my teen years when all I really worried about was companionship and having a good time.”
The lead off track ‘Wasting Water’ that comes off her debut EP ‘What Comes After’ will satisfy the folk purists with its heartfelt lyrics blended in acoustic sounds of stomps and claps.
We’ve become big fans of the London-based 6 piece The Night IV. The band is currently gearing up the for release of the New EP ‘Maybe It’s How I’m Feeling’ on September 30th. A favorite among blogs and millions of plays to their name, The Night IV could soon break out.
The track Turn Your Light On Me is a duet between lead singer Sophie-Rose Harper and vocalist/keys player Kristy Marie Buglass. The song starts off with a retro drum sound and a classic groovy bass line followed by memorable melodies & harmonies.
Cardiff based quartet Safari Gold have created excitement around their record ‘Howl’. Friends since childhood, the 4 piece features brothers Morgan and Lewys as well as Danny and Sion. Working from their home studio, the band are putting the final touches on their debut EP, scheduled for release in the Autumn. Their sound encompasses a darkness wrapped up in layered synths and vocals but also harps to classic pop song writing. With live shows few and far between, the band are keeping audiences guessing ahead of the release of their next single at the end of the Summer.’
The track ‘Howl’ is incredibly catchy layered in synths & melody. The upcoming EP has our pick as one of the most anticipated releases..
Los Angeles indie dream pop act Night Lights are quickly making a name for themselves. The band released their debut EP with much fanfare earning them a live session show with Culture Collide, a Vents Magazine feature, and a shoutout by Buzznet. Inspired by the likes of Mutemath, Two Door Cinema Club, and Friendly Fires, the band recently moved their home base to Los Angeles and are set to release their first full-length album this winter.
California alternative rock act Cemetery Sun releases (Hard Drugs) Fake Love. It’s upbeat, catchy, combining guitars and synths making Cemetery Sun one of the few alternative acts that could burst on the mainstream. The band notes: “Our record finds its center around the idea of overcoming life’s self-imposed obstacles. We grew very close as musicians during the recording process, and rarely said NO to any idea or vibe that would typically be considered out of place.”