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.
Look out for Allanah Jeffreys and her new track Alone. The 16 year old has been working with Brooklyn based pop producer Kevin Andreas. Hailing from the Canadian Prairies, residing in Winnipeg Manitoba, The latest track has Allanah blending rock and pop but you can’t pin her down to a sound.
UK-based Greta Isaac dropped the track “Like Me”. The track was released via MADE Records, the single comes off her forthcoming EP, due out in May 2021.
The indie pop singer songwriter says: “We wanted something that sounded like anxiety, a quick heartbeat, that urgency. This rising panic. We just bashed it out in an hour. It sounded like a dance track that we were thinking of pitching to someone. But when we put the guitar in it became so gnarly,” Greta says. “It’s probably the most on the nose in terms of just wanting to be validated and how that is my intention behind everything I do. But I still wanted it to sound like a euphoric release, for it to give you relief from any panic that I felt. I never get bored of it, I love it!”
She’s landed on Spotify’s Femme Fatale and New Pop UK playlist. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
“The song is about living in a time of anxiety and stress, trying to be okay with that and how being with someone you love can help alleviate those feelings” shares Tarn Pk.
The 19 year old New Zealand singer songwriter known for blending genres such as R&B, funk, and pop has become a kings favorite when the whiz kid released “Talk to You” that landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders.