Orange County indie alternative act Armors has garnered over 185K plays on Spotify & SoundCloud, while their self released singles ‘Parasite’ and ‘Old House’ received strong support from Los Angeles KROQ as well as numerous blogs. Drawing comparisons to Walk the Moon & X Ambassadors, the band has supported The Colourist, New Beat Fund, and Kopecky. The band will support Meg Myers at the El Rey Theatre on 11/17. The track ‘Aubrey‘ hit me hard with it’s slick production and catchy vocal line.
Atlanta duo CLAVVS is back with a new song and video of the track ‘Sit You Down‘. The video is a throwback to 80’s goth and perfectly captures this hook-filled tribal pop track. The band will continue to release new songs until the release, slated for Spring of 2016.
Stockholm based Violet Days has released a new track “Screaming Colors”. Lead singer Lina Hansson does a great job displaying her vocal prowess while the track itself contains all the elements of a chart topping pop song. Lina says this about this song “I wanted to write about the feeling when you realize that you gotta break out of that darkness inside of your head and actually open up your eyes and look around you”.
Kings favorite Molly Moore is back with a new track “Peace of My Heart“. All great artists do experiment & so does Moore with her track which combines elements of r&b, electro, & pop. With each track released her voice gets louder in an over saturated community of indie artists.
Wolf Colony has released his new EP ‘Oceans‘. The first track off the EP ‘Forgiven‘ is part of his signature sound that helped him grow fans around the world. Based in NYC, the songwriter behind Wolf Colony was chosen to perform as a finalist for the Hard Rock Rising Contest held in Barcelona.