Heartracer releases uptempo alternative rocker The Feel. Fans of The Killers, The War On Drugs, The 1975 will enjoy. The track could find a home on Spotify’s editorial playlist such as All New Rock, New Noise, The Edge of Alternative.

Heartracer is an alternative/pop project formed by brothers Chris and Chip Cosby. The name was derived from Chris’ tachycardia diagnosis, a disorder that causes the heart to beat faster at random intervals. Joined by Wes Tatum on the bass guitar, Heartracer has performed with several internationally known artists such as Walk The Moon, Third Eye Blind, The Night Game, Future Islands, Joywave, and many more. Heartracer has worked with the producers of M83, St. Lucia, Passion Pit, Beck, and Jukebox The Ghost. Heartracer has just completed work on their brand new full-length album “The Feel. Check out the song on KOAR’s indie invaders playlist.

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Matilde G just dropped a catchy new song called “7Oceans.” It has a vibe similar to Clean Bandit’s “Symphony” featuring Zara Larsson. Give it a listen!

Matilde G, an 18-year-old pop singer and songwriter originally from Italy, is now based in Singapore. She has performed on stages in various countries, including Italy, Singapore, Japan, Maldives, Malaysia, USA, and UAE. Notably, she recently participated in the Formula1 Grand Prix in Singapore in 2023.

In Dubai, Matilde G received the “MUSIVV Award 2023” as the best singer residing outside the Middle East. Currently, she is collaborating with Hard Rock Hotels as a special guest performer in their resorts across South East Asia.

Matilde G’s original songs have garnered over 10 million streams in 180 countries, her music videos have achieved over 8 million views on YouTube.

Matilde G has built a solid social media following, engaging with 500K followers across various platforms. In 2022, she was recognized as one of the most viewed artists on “Year On TikTok Singapore 2022.”

Features include Billboard Italia, Billboard Vietnam, CNA, MTV, Dubai1TV, Radio KISS92, and TGCOM24 Italia. Matilde G continues to make her mark on the global music scene with her international performances and growing popularity.

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Speelburg just dropped a cool new song called “New Earth.” If you’re into MGMT or like trippy music, give it a listen!

Originally from England, Speelburg, also known as Noah Sacré, crafts what he calls “pop music for important people” and moved to Los Angeles in search of the weather reminiscent of his upbringing in the south of France. During his time in Great Britain, he made waves with “Headlights,” earning BBC Radio 1’s Chillest Record of the Week and praise from Clash magazine for his “startlingly unique electro-pop” sound. Pigeons & Planes went further, stating that “Speelburg is a force to be reckoned with.”

The Belgian-American musician has completed work on two solo albums, with the second set to be released first, creating a mysterious distinction only he understands. “Character Actor,” due in late summer 2019, is a collection of ten songs accompanied by “Arcobaleno,” a (very) short film directed by Speelburg himself.

Speelburg’s creativity extends beyond music into his music videos. Whether referencing three Sofia Coppola films in “Screener Season,” hand-drawing and animating the video for “Headlights” (dubbed by Clash as “a corker” in true English fashion), or showcasing his style in short-shorts and watermelon in the upcoming single “Oxy Cotton Candy,” he proves to be not only an innovative musician but also a visually captivating artist.

Give is a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.

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Tom Avery has released an impressive indie track called Ophelia, which is moody, haunting and a well-crafted sad pop track. Fans of Maggie Rogers and Harry Styles will enjoy.

The track could be a good fit for Spotify’s Indie Alternative, Alt Pop, and Indie Pop playlists.

Tom Avery, a singer-songwriter based in LA, known for crafting alt-pop tracks with honest-folk lyricism and playful house production. Drawing inspiration from songwriting greats like Carole King, Freddie Mercury, Sam Smith, and acts such as The 1975, Remi Wolf, Still Woozy, and Lizzy McAlpine, Tom brings a fresh voice to the world of infectious, brooding pop.

Originally from outside Seattle, WA, Tom has been singing since childhood, secretly jotting down songs in the corners of their notebooks, dablling in vocal jazz during high school and started dancing around the same time, shuttling between school and rehearsals daily. Check it out on KOAR’s indie invaders Playlist.

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Òlah Bliss releases the electro-rocker “Holy,” a perfect track for Spotify’s Femme Fatale and New Noise Playlist.

Olah Bliss wrote this song during a challenging period. Despite the joy music brings, the industry poses challenges. She hit rock bottom, grappling with loneliness and dark thoughts. Turning to God, she found strength.

Born in Poland and currently based in London, she blends cultures and showcases alternative pop prowess. Some see her as the friendly girl next door, while others perceive her as a rising dark pop princess. Nevertheless, she remains 100% authentic, promoting individuality.

Embraced by brands like eBay, Pepsi, and Phillips, her music resonates across diverse cultural spaces. Tracks like “Homegirl” reverberate in retail spaces and set the tone for in-store soundscapes. Media recognition from outlets such as VICE, Complex, Earmilk, and others solidifies her status as a rising star.

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