I’m impressed with indie rock outfit Glass Caves who have established themselves as a UK dedicated touring act.
Having spent 2015 packing out venues the band self funded their debut album Alive which made Record Store Day’s Top 40 on week of release.
The band has won over the likes of Clash Music, The Music Ninja Blog, and GQ Music. Check out the track Alive which made Spotify’s UK Viral Chart.
Shane is creating a buzz with his latest Insecure. The 24 year old Los Angeles based pop artist released a teaser video which clocked over a million views after he posted it to Facebook winning over the likes of BuzzFeed’s Ashly Perez.
The song comes off his latest EP Sad which he co-produced with Australian producer Craig Williams. The wonder kid who works at Urban Outfitters in Burbank also choreographed, casted, co-directed and edited the eye candy video.
I hear Shane is grabbing label attention and it may not be long before someone snatches him up.
Smith & Thell are buzzing with their latest single Statue. Now, after signing a publishing deal with SonyATV, the Stockholm folk pop duo have been courted by the music industry titans.
Quickly making a splash on the scene, the duo grabbed the 2015 Illustrious Denniz Pop Awards New Artist of the Year, as Tove Lo won the same word in 2014. Their debut single Statue which was released in Scandinavia has already surpassed over 1 million Spotify streams.
Following in the footsteps of The Lumineers and Mumford & Sons this folk act is set to take off. There is one space left for another “Ho Hey” and now it’s occupied.
I typically don’t talk about new remixes of a track, but this indie pop track is to good to pass up. I’m referring to the LA-based Catey Shaw that just released The Ransom, a Tommy Walker remix, a popular DJ from the Netherlands.
The indie songstress just released her brand new EP on June 10th and it’s already blowing up the blogosphere winning over the likes of PopCrush, The Huffington Post, and Perez Hilton.
Discussing the new remix Catey Shaw notes, “It’s always great to hear other people’s interpretation of my music. It’s so interesting to get that outside perspective,” Shaw told Myspace. “I especially love the way Tommy Walker screwed with the vocals – that’s something we don’t really explore as much so it’s cool to hear it another way.”
Brother and sister duo Tracy Irve are back with a new haunting track To Mind. Written over year ago, the track went through variations, but finally was stripped down to the core. Still in their infancy stage, the Gothenburg indie act are quickly finding a place in the indie market.
The last track Town made the Swedish iTunes Chart. Still lurking in the shadows and with no big accolades yet, I see Tracy Irve breaking out this year.