Look out for Little Luna and the new introspective track The Glass that comes off her debut EP through the self via AWAL Recordings. Think Lana Del Rey meets Clairo. You’ll like if you’re a fan of a vintage throwback, the 70’s, and AM radio.
“The glass’ was born out of a revelation i had while looking in the mirror. we all have parts of ourselves that are wonderful, and we all have parts of ourselves that are not great,” says the LA singer/songwriter.
Her latest single “last time” was featured on Alt 98.7 and landed on Spotify’s “New Noise” and “Fierce Femmes” playlists.
Look out for The Bergamot and the track Where the Wind Blows. The song would fit perfectly on Spotify’s Feel Good Indie Rock and comes off their upcoming album ‘Far Out’ out this summer.. You’ll like if you’re a fan of indie rock ala The Head And The Heart and Vampire Weekend. The Brooklyn-based husband/wife duo has opened up for X-Ambassadors, Gavin Degraw, Bea Miller, Young The Giant and were invited to open for OneRepublic. The just kickstarted a 9-month tour, previously being featured in USA Today, People Magazine, BuzzFeed, Brooklyn Vegan, The Deli Magazine (NYC), and Paste Magazine.
Check out Easy Target by Jamie Drake. You’ll love if you want something slow, easy listening, relaxed, and loungy. It’s perfect for Spotify’s Coffee & Chill. The track comes off her forthcoming album, “New Girl,” out June 10 via AntiFragile Music.
Drake says, “Like many, I’m someone who grew up in an abusive home and as a result searched for love to fill that void. I’m really happy and proud to say I’m a recovering love addict who has finally found my person as a result of loving myself first. ‘Easy Target’ is an honest reflection on my not-so-recent past, as if I’m reminiscing over the mistakes of my younger self with a forgiving smile, knowing that I’ve finally learned my lesson.”
The 24 year old Nashville based artist is influenced by Jeremy Zucker, early Ed Sheeran, Julia Michaels, Phoebe Bridgers and was born and raised outside of Asheville, North Carolina while Ella’s love for the mountains and shaped her music writing.
Hunt says, ” I once had someone describe my genre as sonic-environment focused/contemporary singer songwriter. The sounds used in my tracks are placed very deliberately for maximum emotive effect, tying each little piece of the song into every sound that encompass the recording. Nothing is left unsaid or unfelt.
Give the track Your Song by PAENDA a stream. You’ll like if you love electro pop. The Austria indie pop artist draws influences from Halsey, Anne-Marie, Sasha Sloan. She’s landed on Spotify editorial playlists such as New Music Friday in Germany, Switzerland and Austria) as well as Dance Brandneu, Summer House!, and Feel Good Pop while receiving shououts from Music blogs like Aipateh, Lefuturewave, and Uranium Waves. She performed Popfest Vienna as supported Jessie J. Check out the official video for the track here.