Look out for Olivia Grace and the new haunting track Space which comes off her debut album. A song about needing more space in a relationship, it’s a perfectly crafted indie pop tune. The song could find a home on Spotify’s Indie Pop Playlist.
The Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter released her debut EP “Army,” which landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday while garnering support from Ladygunn, C-Heads, Galore, and The Wild Honey Pie.
The new album was all done remotely with her producer living in France and the vocals recorded in her Los Angeles apartment.
She’s opened for Devon Baldwin, Coeur de Pirate, CANNONS, and Ninet Tayeb and is set to perform Grant Owens’ We Found New Music showcase at Bar Lubitsch on October 14th.
I’m really loving Santiago by Isa Reyes. The fact that artists can still write introspective tracks in a digital distracted world is a win for a humanity. The track could find a home on Spotify’s Pop Folk playlist.
“Santiago’ is an homage to my journey and a reminder to me that despite growing up fast, I still have time to embrace my youth and forge my own path, in darker moments, I must remind myself there is so much to live for” says Reyes.
The 22-year old will release her indie-pop debut EP titled BELS in October. Garnering praise from Complex, Office Magazine and Lyrical Lemonade, the NYC native has generated over a half a million streams on Spotify alone.
Neoma has knack for Lunar Pop tracks. She hit the top of the Ecuadorian charts with her single Real. In 2018, Neoma aka Carla Huiracocha relocated from Ecuador to Denver, Colorado, along with producer/bassist Danny Pauta of The Mañanas and Vondye, to focus on her music career.
The track which was co-produced by Kevin Basko (Foxygen, Rubber Band Gun), landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday France. His debut EP picked up Noisey, Neon Gold, DIY, and Clash features.
“I wrote Weeknights just before leaving NYC for Paris in 2019. It’s a song about summer nights in the city, nervous hook ups and living with your heart on your sleeve. The song’s sonic character, to my ears, has an element of “French Touch” à la artists such as Air or Sébastien Tellier, as well as indie staples like Mac Demarco, Benny Sings, & Rhye” says Ryan.
“Follow is written about feeling like you’re losing someone you have been with for a while, or watching a person change and not being able to get them back; this song catches all the feels” shares KYLO.
KYLO hails from Toronto. She dropped her debut EP Phases and the second EP EXIT grabbing attention from Noisey, CBC, and KALTBLUT. She’s performed venues across the city including the Mod Club, and the Baby G. Stream the track on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.