The Playdates have quickly become a Kings favorite with songs like Just Like The Movies and Days and Nights. These songs are full of hooks, but then again singer/songwriter and bassist of the band, Adam grew up listening to bands like Journey, Def Leppard and Aerosmith. This powerpop rock act may have only formed in January of 2010, but they have already hooked up with upcoming producer
Luc Tellier who has worked with bands like “Colorsound“,
“Fiction In Motion” and “The Mission District” and they’ve booked a Canadian Tour for the summer.
Check out the track Rocketship by The Girlfriend Season. It’s smothered in auto-tune effects but this 6 piece Nevada pop rock act who sings about paparazzis and after-parties doesn’t care. They recorded their first full length album with producer Geoff Rockwell (Forever The Sickest Kids, Disco Curtis, Artist vs. Poet). Currently being offered a licensing contract from Abercrombie & Finch.
Check out the song Something I Need by the talented Angela Wood. She made the move to Nashville to pursue a music career. In Nashville, Angela wrote with legendary country artists and writers such as Big Kenny and John Rich. Aside from music, Angela can be found on numerous national commercials including Burger King, Scope, TGI Fridays,and Payless. Contact: email@example.com
Check out the track Why’s It So Hard by Gabrielle Baty. She is currently writing songs with R&B artist Michael Warren (Atlantic Records, Kings of A&R). Gabrielle has over 600,000 views on YouTube. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Pop funk act Modern Science who graced the pages of Kings of A&R in July 2009 are finalists in the International Songwriting Competition in the Top40/Pop category which is being judged by everyone from Rob Thomas (Matchbox 20) to Robbie Williams. Their self-titled debut album is nominated for a 2010 Juno Award for Producer Of The Year (Kevin Churko co-produced by Kane Churko). Check out the new song
‘Do It Right Now’ recorded with Del the Funky Homospaian (gorrillaz, Deloton 3030). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org