Òlah Bliss releases the electro-rocker “Holy,” a perfect track for Spotify’s Femme Fatale and New Noise Playlist.

Olah Bliss wrote this song during a challenging period. Despite the joy music brings, the industry poses challenges. She hit rock bottom, grappling with loneliness and dark thoughts. Turning to God, she found strength.

Born in Poland and currently based in London, she blends cultures and showcases alternative pop prowess. Some see her as the friendly girl next door, while others perceive her as a rising dark pop princess. Nevertheless, she remains 100% authentic, promoting individuality.

Embraced by brands like eBay, Pepsi, and Phillips, her music resonates across diverse cultural spaces. Tracks like “Homegirl” reverberate in retail spaces and set the tone for in-store soundscapes. Media recognition from outlets such as VICE, Complex, Earmilk, and others solidifies her status as a rising star.

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Boyce Avenue releases their cover of the timeless classic “Bless The Broken Road” by Rascal Flatts. It’s a song covered by many artists, but Boyce Avenue does it justice.

Boyce Avenue, originating from Sarasota, Florida, is a band named after the streets that shaped their childhood. Comprising three brothers – Alejandro (lead vocals, guitar, piano), Fabian (guitar, vocals), and Daniel (bass, percussion, vocals) – the band was formed in 2004. In 2007, they began sharing their music on YouTube, garnering over 4.8 billion views and 13.2 million subscribers to date. They tour extensively, covering North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Middle East, exploring new countries annually.

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Check out Christos and his track “Stranger” – a unique, refreshing, and catchy electro/pop song . Fans of Machine Gun Kelly, Sueco, and iann dior will love it.

Christos had a busy year in 2023, performing in 9 nationwide shows, including 2 headlining gigs. He was able to accumulate over 100k streams and reach a global audience. Christos’ music was featured on Apple Music playlists, and he also received airplay on triple j and international stations. One of the standout moments of his year was his collaboration with US artist Paris Shadows on the single “Wrote U a Letter”.

Christos says, “‘Stranger’ is my final single before the release of my upcoming project ‘All Fades to Dust.’ It encapsulates the EP perfectly and acts as an important piece of the narrative I’ve created. This track is about someone who once held great significance in your life slowly turning into a stranger, and it speaks on trying to find yourself again and mend what’s been damaged after this occurs. This would have to be one of the most powerful tracks I’ve written. I tried to make something that sounds like it could be in the most action-packed and climactic part of a movie – something compelling, thought-provoking, and of course, catchy, and I think you can hear this when the pre-chorus leads into the chorus section. If you enjoy this one, wait till you see what the rest of the project has to bring.”

Check it out on KOAR’s indie invaders playlist.

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Be on the lookout for San Cisco’sSummer Days,” an indie pop track with a catchy chorus. That track comes off their forthcoming album.

The band says, “The band elucidates, “Experiencing loss goes beyond reminiscing about the past; it’s also about grieving for the potential futures that might have unfolded. This envisioned future could be as grand or as modest as one’s heart desires, mending the void left within.”

Originating from Fremantle, Western Australia, the indie-pop trio San Cisco has carved out a decade-long career, establishing themselves as one of Australia’s most successful independent artists. With a slew of accolades under their belt, including millions of streams and critical acclaim, the band has released four studio albums and embarked on global tours, selling out headline shows and gracing the stages of renowned festivals like Splendour In The Grass, Lollapalooza, Reading & Leeds, and more. During the summer of 2022/23, San Cisco enthralled audiences at the national Wine Machine Festival, Beyond The Valley Festival, and NYE In The Park.

In late 2020, the trio unveiled their fourth studio album, “Between You and Me,” a project that took two years to craft and was influenced by at least one poignant love affair. The album soared to the top three spots on the ARIA Album Charts, featuring chart-topping singles such as ‘When I Dream,’ ‘Skin,’ the festival anthem ‘Reasons,’ and ‘On The Line,’ all of which made significant strides on the Hottest 100 charts. Despite facing a series of rescheduled and canceled shows over the past two years, San Cisco’s enthusiasm remains unwavering as they conclude recording sessions for their fifth studio album, slated for release in 2023.

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Watch out for the indie pop band, The Collection and their folkish track Spark of Hope.

The Collection, a band from Saxapahaw, NC, led by David Wimbish. They’re not just about music; they care about building connections and relationships too.

Their success didn’t happen overnight. Before signing with Nettwerk Music Group in 2022, they earned millions of streams, traveled thousands of miles, and got praised by big names like American Songwriter and NPR Tiny Desk Judges’ Picks.

The Collection has a big fanbase because of their lively performances. They’ve rocked festival stages and toured with cool bands like The Oh Hellos. It’s not just about the music; it’s about the awesome community they’ve created.

“I hope you feel validated and empowered when you listen to us,” Says lead singer David Wimbish “We have a community with each other in this band, but everyone who comes to see us or listens is part of that family. It’s all about strengthening those relationships. We’re here for you.”

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