Buzz Track: One More Night
Go Wolf has become a Kings favorite. Having recently supported the likes of The 1975, CSS and London Grammar, the band has released their new single called One More Night. The much talked about Belfast electro pop trio has drawn comparisons to the likes of Wild Beasts, Phoenix and The Killers. Also, BBC Radio is giving the songs some spins. This is a band to watch.
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This past weekend tens of thousands of country music fans attended the three-day, boot-scootin’ festival known as Stagecoach. The headliners were Eric Church, Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan, supported by Brantley Gilbert, Hunter Hayes and Florida Georgia Line. And with all the crooning about beer, trucks, and chicks, one thing was clear – women were playing second fiddle.
Of the 62 acts, only 16 were women, most of whom did not make it on the main stage. Those who did were also on early in the day before the big crowds arrived, with Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland fame the only one to receive a relatively prime position ahead of Hayes and Aldean on the second night.
Similarly, last year, the lineup had just eight female performers out of 46.
According to Billy Dukes of country music news site TasteofCountry.com, ladies are indeed losing ground in the genre.
“It has been especially tough for solo female artists for a decade, with only three having any sustained success (Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert) and there aren’t any female soloists that have found success and are up and coming,” he told FOX411. “There is no female equivalent of Hunter Hayes, a male solo artist just about ready to break and become a headliner.” CONTINUE READING
Buzz Track: Goodbye
Hopeland recently signed a licensing deal with the MTV Network for multiple songs. The buzz track Goodbye has reached #18 on BDS Pop-Rock in Quebec, Canada. Hopeland has performed at various festivals including the International Balloon Festival in St-Jean QC, Canada. The Montreal solo act is in Los Angeles this week for meetings and will be doing an acoustic performance at the Room 5 Lounge (Los Angeles, CA) on Friday May 2nd, 7pm.
Buzz Track: Sing
Jane Sun has become a Kings favorite after listening to Sing and Fly. The brother duo are based out of Ohio and recorded their EP in Nashville with Dustin Burnett (Newsboys, Augustana). Musically, the band is compelling. Think Cage The Elephant but with more pop. The band is in the process of setting up a string of shows. This is a band to watch.
Buzz Track: Are You One Of Us?
Kyau & Albert just released the new single ‘Are You One Of Us?’ which comes off their forthcoming album. The preview of the single already garnered 20,000 SoundCloud streams. Early radio support from BPM/Sirius XFM, Beat 100.9FM, Dance Radio and Kiss FM. They have a slew of upcoming dates.
Buzz Track: The Night Is Young
Justin Klump has become a Kings favorite after listening to his soon to be released “The Night Is Young”. The young singer-songwriter has begun to make a mark. His last album debuted on the U.S. iTunes Singer-Songwriter Chart earning him solid press, and Sirius XM invited him to perform on at their studios in NYC. His ability to crafty catchy songs has garnered comparisons to Philip Phillips and Damien Rice. Klump is an artist to watch.
Buzz Track: The Cell
Talk In Colour are a London based five-piece who create a combination of electronica, folk and indie, combined with live instruments. Describing their sound as cinematic future pop, the band has invaded the London music scene by building a great live reputation. The band has performed at London Jazz Festival, Kings Place, The Big Chill festival and more. They have garnered strong reviews as well as support from Tom Robinson via BBC 6 Music.