The Velveteins, a Canadian alt rock act dropped the garage-pop Midnight Surf along with a video. The three piece had its beginnings in Australia where they self released an EP before signing with UK Label Fierce Panda (Keane, Coldplay) in 2016. The track which comes off their debut album Slow Wave has already caught the attention of tastemakers including Clash. Check them out at Pianos in NYC on April 27th.
The alternative rock act Slowkiss are building a solid story with Forever Together. Think Veruca Salt meets L7. The LA four piece just performed SXSW and wrapped up a series of shows at LA’s Viper Room and Redwood Bar. The latest track comes off the forthcoming EP Ultraviolet and is seeing spins on LA’s KROQ and KCSN and KXTE in Las Vegas.
Kings favorite Sleeplust returns with Over, an infectious indie-pop track with a melody that will stick in your head in no time. The electro outfit reshuffled the line-up, adding two new members since the release of the single My Place. All in all, the Los Angeles four-piece continues to roll out ear candy music with sincerity. Check them out live at The Mint in Los Angeles on April 17th.
Alan Thomas and Steven Rutherford who go under the moniker of Joan released the 80’s inspired dance-pop track Take Me On. The track which is about spending tonight and forever with the one you love, was co-produced by Tim Pagnotta (Walk the Moon, St. Lucia) and released via 20XX.
Having landed on Spofity’s Weekly Buzz Playlist, this is just the start of something that could be pretty big. The newly formed electronic pop duo are currently working on new songs and will head out on the road with the indie-pop band Coin.
Aniya has released the catchy electro-pop Demon. Think Lana Del Rey meets Marina & the Diamonds. The London artist says this about the track, “Demon is your destructive alter-ego which at every turn tries to show its ugly face… It’s a horrible thing, a constant voice in your head that holds you back.”