Kings favorite California indie act Sleeplust release the new track Unfiltered. Continuing down the path of writing and releasing radio worthy tracks, the band explores a new lyrical theme dealing with complications of social media. The band notes, “Unfiltered is about how we only show people our highlight reels through social media. Digging deep and really getting to know someone, beyond all of the shimmery parts, builds a concrete foundation and enriches the lives of both parties. It’s an anthem screaming that it’s okay to open up and show more of what’s really going on because everyone is way more similar than they think and they aren’t alone. Connect in the flesh and swap battle stories while showcasing your scars”. Having their tracks on MTV’s Teen Mom, MTV’s Real World, and Road Rules, they’ve also been featured on Billboard, Vents Mag, and Unclear Mag. You can check them out June 26th at Space 15 Twenty in Los Angeles.
Singer-songwriter, Kellie Anne releases her debut, electro-pop single ‘Not The Girl’. The 15 year old, Canadian artist, living in NJ notes, “The uptempo electro track is about empowering people to stand up for themselves against bullies and to believe in themselves.” Influenced by Sia and inspired by Ed Sheeran, the pop songstress has achieved a popular social media following with her covers, photos, and videos. Additionally, she participated in ‘The Voice Kids’ Canada in 2016, performed the National Anthem for Canadian Embassy’s and US veteran events, has been featured in ‘The National’ UAE, musicmoneypr, scoop.it, hype.news, and unsigned hype. Having just wrapped up performing at the Jersey Shore Music Festival, she plans to continue performing and rolling out several new tracks in the coming months.
Rising singer-songwriter Chelsea Gilliland releases All Night. Originally from San Francisco, but now based in Nashville, she has written thousands of songs and won the John Lennon Songwriting Award for her debut pop song “Fire.” Is Gilliland an artist? Not sure about that, but she is definitely a songwriter.
Having just performed at The Great Escape, Libby Whitehouse is back with a new track Cut It Off. The 18 year old released three tracks in 2017, landed on the Spotify UK Viral Chart, and was the most streamed artist in Brighton. She’s been compared to Dua Lipa meets Zara Larsson and I think that’s pretty accurate. Check out the latest track.
Corbin Edwin releases the electro-acoustic rock track Take Me. Reminiscent of the nineties radio rock, his debut single ‘Take Me’ is a recount and conversation with his love trying to appeal to a sense of melancholy from the good times in their past but after hearing his second single ‘Perfect Now’ it clearly didn’t work. He calls his genre Indy-Synth Folk-Pop which is confusing but actually pretty accurate and he says his writing style mimics the male club-winged manakin… because he’s a sarcastic jackhole. With a whopping 28 monthly listeners on Spotify I’m sure he does birthday parties but to be fair, his promo photo is kinda cool.