Electro artist Couros impresses with the track Breath Again. The London based producer has worked with Rihanna and Nicki Minaj’s producer Parker Ighile while mastering and crafting his signature sound.
Couros describes his new EP, “I really wanted a big aggressive sound to combat a lot of polite music that we are (unfortunately) getting used to” and describes his writing process as pretty weird, “I make sure there aren’t many constants or habits, for example I don’t use pre-made drum kits or presets. It makes the first few hours pretty slow and I genuinely feel sorry for all the singers and artists I’ve put through listening to me build a synth sound or go through kick samples.”
The vocalist behind the indie pop act, Chloe Baker, has rapidly built a following on Facebook and Twitter . With songs that deal with topics including teen suicide and staying to yourself, Baker is quickly establishing herself as a songwriter.
Kings favorite Patternist releases the new EP Give It Up. Recorded in his apartment, the Portland based singer-songwriter Gabe Mouer easily fits in with the likes of St. Lucia, The 1975, and Phoenix.
The newcomer has already won over Idolator, All Things Go, PopMatters, The Huffington Post, and landed on Spotify playlists including Fresh Finds and Under The Radar.
The electro pop wizard has opened for NBC’s The Voice Juliet Simms, The Ataris, and Train. Having just wrapped up a show at Analog Cafe & Theater, stay tuned for upcoming performances.
Monica Birkenes, aka Mr Little Jeans kicked off her career with a cover of Arcade Fire’s The Suburbs which garnered millions of plays on YouTube and SoundCloud. Then having released her debut album on Capitol imprint Harvest Records, she became quickly known as an electro pop diva.
Outside of music, she has appeared in commercials for Gossip Girl, and in several movies, including 21 Jump Street and Celeste and Jesse Forever.
But it’s her New EP Fever in which she truly shines. Take a quick listen to Stitches and you’ll quickly find out the Nordic songstress comes from another dimension. Oh! and her holiday jingle Dear Santa made the Christmas Pop playlist on Spotify.
Scavenger Hunt impresses with the track Never Enough which comes off the EP Shapes and Outlines. Consisting of producer Dan Mufson and vocalist Jill Lamoureux, the dynamic duo is riding a wave of indie praise.
Citing artist influences ranging from Fleetwood Mac to Sade and having toured with Dragonetteand Capital Cities, the LA indie act had songs used by Estee Lauder, Virgin Mobile, and Hollister.