Indie pop Kalk mystifies with their latest ‘Future’. The Swedish female pop duo released their debut EP, ‘Ending Era’ and have already garnered over 100,000 Spotify streams. Very promising for a brand new act. Give it a listen, give it chance, you could be hearing more from these songstresses in the future.
Check out London singer-songwriter Grace Sees. Her latest song ‘Better‘ which comes off her upcoming 5-track EP is raising eyebrows. The colorful video that is reminiscence of Ella King “Ex’s & Oh’s” has already clocked thousands of views after landing in the top 5 videos of the week on The 405. Like other tracks on the EP, ‘Better’ takes pleasure on seeking revenge on an ex.
Grace Sees exes?….. Beware!
Venice three-piece Sibling is popping out with their latest track ‘Westside‘. The indie-pop act creates a successful recipe blending pop, synths and beats. Recorded in sunny Malibu, the band just wrapped up performing during the Sundance Music Festival. Headed to SXSW? Here are four things you need to know! Pick up your badge, wear comfy shoes, stay hydrated, and pencil in Sibling.
The name Kylie Odetta should ring a bell, especially if you’re a regular reader. Kylie is back again with a new 4 song EP. She’s been gigging around since 15, and now 18, she is coming into her own. Having been closely watched for the last 5 years, she released tons of songs and performed in hundreds of venues, opening up for Gavin DeGraw & Colbie Callait. As far as her new work, “This time I made a conscious decision to let the passion in my vocals speak for me and not hide behind production” Kylie reflects. You’ll need take a journey to the South East to catch the indie-pop songstress live.
Dream pop outfit Mothlight from Los Angeles released a new track “Annie’. The three piece notes “Inspired by the writings of Annie Dillard – a much loved and Pulitzer Prize winning author – the song is an appreciation of solace and presence her work has given to countless artists both lyrically and musically. While the track was mixed and mastered by Andrew Naeve (of White Arrows), the band has urged other indie artists to create their own remix of the song.
If you’re kickin it in Los Angeles, then check out the boys opening up for the High Highs at The Bootleg Theatre on March 8th.