The indie outfit Dogboy releases the mid-tempo rocker “Rush.” Dogboy blends the rock elements of bands like Nirvana with fresh and reminiscent tones similar to Junior Varsity or Jean Dawson. The band is new on the scene, having released their debuted track Cowboy Kiler earlier this year.
“Rush” is the third single from Dogboy’s debut EP, which was released on June 3rd to a sold-out show at the Sultan Room in Bushwick. The track was produced by Kit Conway from Del Water Gap and Stello.
Dogboy has garnered extensive blog coverage, backed by their DIY Zine that showcases contributions from various states including Washington, California, Alabama, Florida, and New York. They have cultivated a dedicated fan base through grassroots efforts, consistently selling out shows at renowned New York City venues such as Sultan Room and Rockwood Music Hall.
Alice Pisano, an Italian-born singer based in London, possesses a unique and captivating voice that sets her apart as a rising star in the city’s pop music scene.
Her latest single, titled “Part-Time Girlfriend,” is a bold and spirited pop anthem that addresses a guy’s reluctance to commit. Collaborating with Dustin Dooley at Strongroom Studios in London, Alice showcases a rock-infused side of her music, evident in the track’s crunchy guitars and gritty lyrics. Reminiscent of Avril Lavigne, the song exudes a punk presence, complemented by Alice’s crisp vocals and contemporary pop production elements. With its confident and angsty energy, “Part-Time Girlfriend” is the perfect summer anthem.
When discussing the inspiration behind the track, Alice reveals that she wrote it after dating someone who was unwilling to fully commit. The song serves as a farewell to someone who led her to believe they wanted a relationship but backed out when things became serious. Writing the song proved to be a liberating experience for her. CONTINUE READING
Sandra Iris has released the vibey tune “11:00pm,” which is perfect for a late-night, cigar-smoked jazz club. The track incorporates references to various cities and pays homage to the jazz instrumentalist, Chet Baker. Sonically, it draws inspiration from artists such as Eloise, Laufey, Beabadoobee, and ¿Teó?. Its genre can be described as bedroom pop infused with jazz and bossa nova influences.
The song narrates the story of a couple who share a dream of traveling the world together. However, due to financial constraints, they are unable to do so. Instead, they find solace in meeting each other within their dreams, exploring different landscapes and countries. They hold onto the hope that one day their dream will become a reality.
Sandra Iris, a 27-year-old artist based in Madrid, Spain, embarked on her music career by uploading covers to YouTube at the age of 11. At 18, she formed a rock band that gained moderate popularity in the underground scene of Madrid. However, after two years, the band disbanded, prompting Sandra to pursue a solo career after meeting her producer, LEIDAN. Her debut single, “Dark Blue,” showcased a melancholic style, while subsequent releases like “Midnight Tacos” and “I’m Trash” embraced a bedroom pop sound. These singles caught the attention of Spotify, leading to their inclusion in editorial playlists such as “Fresh Finds España” and “Relax en Casa.” CONTINUE READING
Briana seamlessly combines ambient elements, dark pop, and alternative R&B, captivating listners with siren-like harmonies.
“I’m thrilled to release ‘Hot Hot’ and share this bold and empowering message with my fans,” says Briana. “This song is all about owning your desires and bringing them to life. I hope it resonates with listeners and inspires them to feel confident and sexy, like it does for me.” – Briana Piedra.
Hailing from Portland, OR and currently residing in Los Angeles, CA, Briana Piedra is an independent artist who made her first appearance in music industry back in 2019 with her debut single, “Something To Believe In”. Since then, she released five singles, five music videos, and an five-song EP, all of which have garnered critical acclaim and cultivated a devoted fan base.
Cate Tomlinson has released a new song called “Pretty Boy.” If you’re in search of something melancholic, haunting, and orchestral, this track has it all. The song, which tells the story of a pretty boy who believes she’ll always be there for him, is the third single from her upcoming EP, “Blueberry Season.”
“This song is not about one person for once. I made it about the pretty boy character/phenomenon that I’ve seen played out in my generation and in pop culture–a character who sucks you in and makes it easy to get wrapped up in their life” says Tomlinson.
At 22 years old, Cate Tomlinson is a singer, songwriter, and performing artist hailing from Palo Alto, California. Her music encompasses elements of pop, soul, and rock. Having honed her artistic voice at Northeastern University, the self-made artist is now based in Boston.
Cate is gearing up to release her second EP in the summer of 2023. This will mark her first collaborative effort with producers Fil Thorpe (Neck Deep, Worlds First Cinema) and John Sinclair (World’s First Cinema, Macklemore).