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.
New comer Julian Lamadrid drops the track No Trouble along with a playful video. Having just moved to NYC and studying at NYU, Julian cites The Weeknd, J Dilla, Vampire Weekend as influences. Inspired by a wide array of genres, Julian combines hip hop, indie rock and a bit of R&B. This is why the 18 year old Mexican kid is an artist to watch. Check out the video for No Trouble.
Blonde Maze makes a welcome return with the new track Antarctica. The indie-electro track was heavily blogged and landed in the top 5 on Hype Machine within 24 hours of its release. It was also added to Spotify’s Weekly Buzz Playlist.
Blonde Maze is Amanda Steckler’s solo project. The NYC based indie artist spent time traveling between The Big Apple and London compiling music for the critically acclaimed EP The Ocean.
Tonight she will perform Communion Music NY residency at Rockwood Music Hall which was founded by Ben Lovett (Mumford and Sons) and Kev Jones (Bear’s Den).
Originating from Portland and now LA based, Lizzy Land is making lots of noise. The infectious track Sweet Melodies has made it on predominant playlists including Spotify’s weekly buzz playlist and the top 10 on Hype Machine.
Having been a former touring member of the popular Mating Ritual and with co-writes under her belt, the popstress is taking it to the next level. With the help of blogs and a growing online fan base, Lizzy could be the next breakthrough artist.
Melbourne buzzing duo Indian Summer releases the new track Love Like This feat. Lastlings, a relaxed house jam that took nearly two years to craft.
While driving to the airport the duo fell in love with a vocalist they heard on the radio. Failing to Shazam the song in time they were unable to figure out who they were. A month later they heard the same song again at a house party and after finding out who they were it was by happenstance the band were friends of friends. With that, they enlisted Amy of Lastlings, a perfect voice for a perfect song.