Electro pop artist-producer salute releases the new single ‘That Girl’ featuring the British singer- songwriter Gabrielle Aplin. The track is the follow up to salute’s Light Up featuring Liv Dawson that has clocked 3.5 million Spotify streams.
Originally from Vienna and now residing in Manchester, salute made waves in 2016 with the release of My Heart album which attracted praise from tastemakers like Pitchfork, Crack Magazine and The FADER. The release featured Leeds based artist/producer Krrum, Brooklynite KAMAU and D.R.A.M.
South Carolina based Glass Mansions led by Jayna Doyle releases the new in-your-face rock track Just Friends. The song which has found its way on various Spotify Playlists was produced by ZK Productions (Mayday Parade, All Time Low, Cartel). The electro rock act has a tour booked through the south and midwest that kicks off in South Carolina.
Baltimore rock act DRMCTHR released the new track Apartment that comes off their forthcoming album out on Darkshore Music Group. The band which crosses the line between indie rock and pop returns after the 2013 Wonderlust EP which has a notable 70,000 streams on Spotify. Known for their live show, the band has shared the stage with Spitalfield, Post Modern, Rookie of the Year, Modern Chemistry, and Owel. Check it out!
Colorado based Caydence Joy has released the catchy pop track Be You Tiful. This is the debut single from the Colorado singer-songwriter who falls along the line of Sara Bareilles, Dua Lipa and Elle Varner. Caydence notes, “In a way I feel like my new song is a follow up to Scars To Your Beautiful. Girls are constantly under so much pressure to live up to societies, their peers, expectations and ideals and it can literally break their spirit. I wanted to inspire all girls and remind them that their beauty doesn’t come from the clothes or makeup they wear.”
Kings favorite Mades releases a brand new single Long Road Home. The synth-pop track that follows the previous single Never Lonely has quickly found its way on indie playlists. The soul singer found inspiration in her new offering by taking some time off and venturing into the New Zealand Mountains. MADES honed her artistic skills studying Fine Art in Brussels, Budapest and Edinburgh before venturing in film, before moving back to Glasgow.