Check out Hanna Ögonsten and the new track “Rockstar“. You’ll like if you want something upbeat, catchy and alternative new wave. The track fit perfectly on Spotify’s Indie Pop. Think Dora Jar, Remi Wolf, and Lokoy.

“There was one guy that you could tell had taken something, he acted like an ass#$!, was mean to my friend and after a while he passed out. I remember how some people helped him even though he definitely didn’t deserve it. After this I got aware of other musicians that are acting the same way. They live the myth of a rockstar-life but without the success and unfortunately the people around them are the ones who have to pay for it.’’ Hanna says.

Hanna is a Åkersberga a native, a suburb outside of Stockholm. She attended the music-school in Sweden, Musikmakarna, a home to artists like LÉON, Augustine and NEIKED. She wrote songs that landed on Swedish Television, Vogue Paris, and Triple J and opened for Anna Of The North on her tour in Stockholm.

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Kings favorite Merchant has dropped his debut album “Beautiful Meltdown“. The 12 track 80’s themed album was produced with Duran Duran’s John Taylor. Prior to the album release, Merchant dropped several singles from the album that landed on the Hype Machine Charts and garnered support from Ones To Watch, Buzzbands LA, WFNM, KCRW, Billboard, and Sirius XM. The songs have landed on Spotify’s “Fresh Finds” and “Fresh Finds Pop“.

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Watch out for Sandra Iris and the track Funked Up. It’s all vibe, like Spotify’s Chill Vibes or Late Night Vibe.

Sandra says, “The song is about being clearly delusional about a relationship. You end up looking for signs where there are not. It’s like being drunk or something. Feel good indie tune!”

The 25 year old Spanish indie singer songwriter writes moody songs about the calmness after a beautiful storm, when you got your heart broken for the very third time or a lovely walk through midnight city.

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Rachel Grae drops the new single “Good Side“. A catchy songs about only showing your good side, the trapping of social media. You’ll like if you want to revisit early 2010 vocal driven pop when Kelly Clarkson, Jessie J, and Katy Perry ruled the world.

Rachel Grae shares, “Social Media really taught everyone how to ‘fake it till you make it.’ It’s ok not to be ok. Not everything you see on social media is real life. I love you all”

Grae recently appeared on MTV’s Becoming A Popstar and has landed on Spotify playlists like Pop Sauce, New Pop Picks and Young & Free. She competed as one of eight up-and-coming artists with judges Joe Jonas, Becky G, and Sean Bankhead and was named the series’s first fan-favorite pick of the week for her video “Jersey.” Her singles “How To Be Alone” and songs “Bad Timing”, “Lived It Twice”, and “Outsider” have garnered over 2M streams across DSPs in less than a year.


Summer shows are already booked. But before you purchase a ticket, here is a quick guide of artists who will require a health check. A health check requires a concert goer to show proof of vaccination or a negative test within 72 hours of the event.

Here are the artists that require health checks:

Tim McGraw, Nick Cannon, Miranda Lambert, Sammy Hagar, The Doobie Brothers, Dave Matthew Band, Steely Dan, The Chicks Tour, Chicago, One Republic, Backstreet Boys, Alanis Morissette, The Black Keys, Keith Urban, Incubus, Goo Goo Dolls, Santana, Rod Stewart, Styx, Dispatch, Matchbox Twenty

The artists WHO DO NOT require a health check

The Lumineers, Train, Josh Groban, 5 Seconds of Summer, Rob Zombie, Pitbull, Imagine Dragons, Shinedown, Five Finger Death Punch, and The Gaslight Anthem.

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