“Brought up in a generation where little girls will soon be stars, be rich, without doing anything” moans Fiona Grey in her new release Money. The track which is a slant on pop culture and layered in strings was produced by Mike Schuppan (M83). With a background in musical theatre, the cinematic singer could easily be compared to the likes of Lorde and Debbie Harry.
Mirror Fury has unleashed the WOW track Skinful. I’m willing to bet this skyrockets up the viral charts bringing singer Carina Bragg to new heights. Apple Music has already added the song to their popular playlists.
“I want our music to just get straight to the point of things,” notes Carina Bragg. The Tewkesbury indie act upcoming May dates in London, Manchester, and Glasgow with Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness are SOLD OUT.
“Cheat Codes are poised to breakout with their perfect deep-house electro pop blend”. This is what I wrote about Cheat Codes in 2015 and breakout they did. Cheat Codes, a Kings favorite and who we featured in the beginnings of their career before they skyrocketed have released a new track No Promises featuring Demi Lovato. Have you heard it? Think tropical house crossing with mainstream pop.
The Los Angeles based electro hip-pop trio comprised of Trevor Dahl, Matthew Russell and Kevin Ford has clocked over 1 billion streams, and will head out on their No Promises World Tour this summer. Their upcoming show at the Hard Rock Pool in Vegas on May 13th will be fun.
It’s rare you just stumble across a new artist that you like without any strategic effort, but it’s a moment you savor. Welcome New Canyons, a Chicago-based up and coming electro-duo that are working on a new album. The dark pop act self released the catchy Never Found and the track Everyone is Dark which appeared in the closing scene in the Stephen Cone’s film Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party. There is certainly more to come. Stay tuned!
With a sold-out show at the House Of Blues in Chicago and with a new album landing in the top 5 iTune alternative Charts, it’s safe to say Lucky Boys Confusion has returned to a solid fanbase. The Do it yourself Chicago rock act just released a full length album Stormchasers with producer Johnny K (Disturbed).
The labeless band notes, “We’re unshackled! We have no industry folks checking-in with notes, we’ve had no time-constraints – it’s literally the four of us in a room together working on new songs for the last two years, and we’re so excited to start sharing what we’ve made with everyone. It’s going to be an amazing year.