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Mavenne releases the catchy single Beating Drum. Although her debut track is very commercial, the 16 year old songwriter and producer likes to consider herself more electro-pop and alternative. If you think about it, dream pop which came out of the 80’s, has rarely birthed mega HITS and big stars with the exception of artists like Lana Del Rey. Why? Maybe because the songs are a bit depressing and the lyrics are existential. That’s why Mavenne could take it to the next level. Simply, the Ohio native is creating radio-worthy dream pop that has big choruses and hooks. Additionally, she plans to roll out more tracks in the coming months.
ryan@clutch32.com

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KROWNS releases the debut single High While The World Ends. The track is a nice blend of alternative and electronic borrowing from the hit ingredients that made Twenty One Pilots successful. And it sounds like a SMASH! The alternative three-piece from Canada sound like a mature outfit probably due to the production that was helmed by the seasoned Stephen Kozmeniuk (Nicki Minaj,Kendrick Lamar) and Todd Clark (Phillip Phillips). Check it out!
ojedajeff@gmail.com, krownsmusic@gmail.com

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Wander Marchal releases her debut single Sacred.  It’s definitely a great introduction and refreshing. The vintage soul track is not overly-produced and is laced with horns and a electric guitar. This track is all about the vocal, and it’s stellar. Marchal isn’t just revealing her singing chops but she is bearing her soul the minute the song opens.  Marchal notes, “Sacred is about lost hope in a deteriorating un-holy relationship. That moment when boundaries of trust and respect no longer exist. My ex and I devolved into an emotional free-for-all, as we began to hurt each other in ways we never expected. Through our downfall, we uncovered the ugliest parts of ourselves.” Check it out!

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Nashville indie act Birdtalker appears to be an artist on the rise. Their track Heavy that came off their first full length clocked over 22 millions streams without any major music label support. Now, they just released a new track Outside The Lines that has timeless melancholic melodies reminiscent to Simon & Garfunkel’s Sound of Silence, but lyrically more thought provoking.  I think the ‘The Sound Of Silence’ appealed to the masses because of the hooky melody coupled with simplicity of words. With Birdtalker, you may need to pick up college reading material.  I do think this band could achieve wider appeal, but the preachy-sophisticated topics could keep them in the same circle of songwriters. The band just wrapped up performances in Brooklyn, NY at Rough Trade and Nashville’s The Basement East.
erik@missingpiecegroup.com, birdtalkermusic@gmail.com

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Christian Navarro known for his acting in the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why teams up with NJ based singer-songwriter Evangelia.  Together they wrote a contemporary pop folk  song Hello Again inspired by the series itself. Evangelia notes, “I grabbed my guitar while we were on FaceTime and started playing some chords. I wanted to create something with Christian to help him get into his character’s headspace before filming. We talked about the core emotions of his character and then started writing lines that reflected that. Before we knew it we had a melody too”. Check out the music video that already has 10k YouTube views.  It would be interesting to see if this duo releases more tracks in the future because they may have found chemistry.
lydiab@missingpiecegroup.com

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