Check out the new track Rain On My Parade by Command Sisters. No, it’s not the Duffy song, but it’s a very cool track reminiscent of the 90’s act Garbage fronted by Shirley Manson. If you like sad 90’s indie pop, you’ll love this.
“While we were writing it, we wanted to capture the moment a victim realizes that the person that hurts them no longer has control of them. It’s basically a middle finger moment” shares the duo who are made up siblings Charlotte and Sarah.
After a string of successes the Canadian duo signed with Republic and released several singles including “Steal Your Heart,” “Feel Good,” “Lonely Lullaby,” “I Like It,” and “I Can Do What I Want To”.
Check out track In Our Mind by Giovanna Castronari aka as Nari. It’s hard to find artist comparisons because Nari found her own music space. The 22 year old Berlin based artist grew up as the daughter of a jazz musician and was influenced by genres like Bossa Nova and classical jazz.
Later, she found inspiration in female folk music like Dillon, Daughter or Norah Jones. She landed on Spotify’c Cafe and Melancholic Indie Playlists. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders.
Up and coming Madison releases Seize The Day. You’ll like if you’re a fan of Gaga’s earlier work.
The Australian artist collaborates with Sweden based producer Oliver Lundstrom (James Arthur, producer X factor UK, Faouzia). She released her debut track last year with Indiana followed by the ballad What Did I Do To You. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders.
Fort Collins indie act Pandas & People are making some noise with their latest release Bad Honey. You’ll like if you love big anthemic indie radio rock. The song was added to the station KTCL by Nerf – the largest iHeart Alt station. The Dan Friedman repped act broke into the top 10 Denver-metro Shazam charts and shared the stage with Twenty One Pilots, Judah & the Lion, and American Authors.
A new group formed during the age of covid who go under the moniker Mad3 for M3 have released well crafted tracks including Josephine and By Your Side. I mean, the songs are really good, because they’re studio rats, that spend most of their time making music for other people. It’s hard to pin down a sound but as the band says, “South Florida is such a melting pot of different cultures”.
The Miami-based trio has written, produced and performed with several artists including Pitbull, Pharrell, Mike Posner, Beyonce and Sam Smith. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders.