Originally from Sweden, now residing in NYC, Ben has turned down 6-figure major label offers, and releases his music through his own label 14 & 9 Records. Check out the lyric video that already inching towards a million YouTube streams.
Rhea Robertson comes from a rich a musical background and has been drawing crowds at age 5 as a solo street singer whilst travelling around Australia in a blue Kombi van. Now, the Australian singer-songwriter has released the ambient catchy single Pink & Gold. The soul singer delivers a unique sound of acoustic, folk pop, and indie pop.
Irish indie rockers The Academic have released the Bear Claws music video. The band will make a return to the UK this fall for their headline shows at Dingwalls, London on November 8th and Sound Control, Manchester (Nov 7th) before heading out and supporting The Kooks.
Having just wrapped up recording their debut album at Abbey Road Studios, the band quickly gained attention after receiving a Choice Music Prize nomination in 2015 in Ireland. Check out the latest track.
Up and coming Canadian pop artist Azim Roy has released Feel The Groove. Musical inspirations come from Michael Jackson, Prince, and The Weeknd. Ottawa’s biggest pop station Hot 89.9 will give the track a spin tonight. Azim just wrapped up performing CNE’s Rising Star and Toronto’s Youth Day.
Stafford, Vermont’s Noah Kahan releases his new single Hurt Somebody via Republic. The track which is about the fear of not being able to cut loose ends found itself in Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist.
Noah’s journey began when the songs he posted on SoundCloud blew up and then collaborating with producer Joel Little (Lorde and Khalid), dropping his debut single Young Blood which debuted at Spotify’s US Viral Chart surpassing 15 Million streams.
Noah supported Milky Chance on a sold out U.S. Tour and went on to perform shows with Ben Folds. Noah will head out on tour this fall with The Strumbellas.