Stafford, Vermont’s Noah Kahan releases his new single Hurt Somebody via Republic. The track which is about the fear of not being able to cut loose ends found itself in Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist.
Noah’s journey began when the songs he posted on SoundCloud blew up and then collaborating with producer Joel Little (Lorde and Khalid), dropping his debut single Young Blood which debuted at Spotify’s US Viral Chart surpassing 15 Million streams.
Noah supported Milky Chance on a sold out U.S. Tour and went on to perform shows with Ben Folds. Noah will head out on tour this fall with The Strumbellas.
Up and coming indie pop artist Maty Noyes releases a new track ‘Say It To My Face‘. The 20 year old Mississippian native first made noise when she collobarated with Kygo performing on the popular track Stay. The new track which landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday is the follow up to her five-song EP Noyes Complaint. As far as her music influences she says, “I just love all music. It kind of influences what I do, because I don’t like to put myself in a box. I just like to create everything I love.”
New comer Ryan Rose comes out with her debut track Kids Without A Plan. The elusive artist from Alaska is earning her chatter as she isn’t flooding social media with photos, rather she released two killer tracks Kids Without A Plan & Ghost. The tracks are reminiscent of Lana Del Rey and Halsey but with their own color scheme. Ryan Rose is that artist that could be a name-brand pop star without any serious effort. Check it out!
Moon Taxi releases the ultra-catchy single Two High. The reggae-rock track is nearing 50 million Spotify streams, and being played at Triple A as well as Sirius XM’s The Spectrum, Alt Nation and Jam On.
Having performed major festivals including Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Austin City Limits, the Nashville based indie act just signed with RCA, and will hit the road in October with dates in Los Angeles, New York City, Nashville.
The MonaLisa Twins who are made up 23-year-old twins Mona and Lisa Wagner have released the Dylanesque track Waiting For The Waiter featuring Woodstock legend John Sebastian(Summer in the City, Do You Believe In Magic).
The young 60’s influenced band based in Liverpool, UK started out releasing covers eventually releasing original songs leading to 5 albums and millions of YouTube views.
The band has performed live in Europe, the UK, USA, and Australia and locked down a 2-year residency at the Cavern Club. The latest track comes off their forthcoming album ORANGE.