Em’s haunting vocals places her in the realm of Adele, a good place to be. Having begun recording in the studio at age 14, the latest track comes off her album that is nearly finished.
The life of Em consists of juggling high school, writing, recording, and performing. At the end of the day, you put all the work in, and eventually it’ll pay off.
Kings favorite Night Lights are back with a new track. The Los Angeles indie-progressive rock act is a melting pot with members from Mexico, Japan, California, & Norway. Influenced by the likes of Mute Math and The 1975, the new single “Childish” will shake you up.
The band on the rise has performed Culture Collide, Sofar Sounds, Radio 92.9, and garnering praise from Buzznet and Sounds of Boston.
Catch them at The Slidebar in Fullerton, California on April 15th.
I stumbled upon Gotye’s ‘Somebody That I Use To Know’ in the infancy stage, before it blew up. Five years later, I’ve come across London artist Ben Hobb’s “Wishful Thinking” and it could follow the same path to success.
Hobbs who dubs himself a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer released his debut album “Sweet Enough”, which has clocked 450k+ Spotify streams receiving praise from BBC Introducing, Amazing Radio and music blogs.
Hobbs will perform his first London show at Servant Jazz Quarters on May 11th.
Emerging artist Shallows who come from sunny California have revealed they have it takes with their latest track. The indie-pop duo unleashed their debut radio-ready single ‘Summer Sucks‘, which laments the crushing weight of the California heat wave. Released with much fanfare and reminisce of Katy Perry & M83, the duo met at a house party, and after a series of Facebook messages, decided to have a writing session & join forces. Stuck in a heatwave? Shallows can relate….
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Indie pop Kalk mystifies with their latest ‘Future’. The Swedish female pop duo released their debut EP, ‘Ending Era’ and have already garnered over 100,000 Spotify streams. Very promising for a brand new act. Give it a listen, give it chance, you could be hearing more from these songstresses in the future.