Anna Taylor made her rounds auditioning for singing competitions like NBC’s The Voice, while winning Rockestra “American Idol” in Sioux City before joining 35th and Taylor.
The band just released the 10 song album I Know You’re Trouble which they recorded in Nashville with producer J Hall (Young The Giant, Hidden Hospitals).
Not sure where the band fits in genre wise; the three piece took a risk with the lead off track I Know Your Trouble. With risk comes reward, and some of the best work comes with no boundaries. According to Taylor, “it’s the first release that truly feels like their own sound.”
All under the age of twenty, the four members are no strangers to the road having toured extensively in the Midwest.
5 piece act Wet Leather has released the catchy Secret Preference. It’s not an easy task to pin down the bands sound, but they dub their bedroom funk recordings as anxiety-pop. Fair enough!
The latest track is the follow up to the ultra cool Shame and the quirky Yours & Mine. The indie band which formed in NYC just wrapped performing the Indie Shuffle showcase.
Pulling inspiration from artists such as Angels and Airwaves, All Time Low and Lana Del Rey I would dub them a road trip artist. They craft beautiful melodies and soundtracks for those long road trips.
Kings favorite Landings released a new track Start Again. It’s catchy radio-ready indie pop like their previous offering My Bones which which gained airplay on Triple J.
The track was produced by Jean-Paul Fung (Birds of Tokyo, Silverchair) and premiered on CONTROL.
Dustin Paul impresses with the upbeat-beachey Good Day To Be Alive. The New Jersey singer- songwriter signed a pub deal with The Royalty Network and landed major cuts shortly after the signing. Dustin previously fronted the popular YouTube act The New Velvet that garnered millions of views with covers and originals.
The latest track has been licensed as the rolling credits in a major documentary that will premier in the spring of 2017.