Check out Burning by Tamara Gamez. You’ll love if you’re a fan of hard hitting radio pop. Fans of early Avril Lavigne will all enjoy. The track comes off of Tamar’s debut solo album. This song pulls inspiration from the pop / rock / emo genres of the ’90’s and 2000’s favored by, Tamara and her producer Dorian Grace—including bands like Weezer, The Rentals, Jimmy Eat World, My Chemical Romance, Avril Lavigne, Everclear, Super Drag, and many more. The track could easily find a home on Spotify’s Alternative Rock Mix Playlist. Check out the video here.
“Making this record has been the best experience I’ve had as an artist. I’m so proud of how it turned out and I hope it reaches people on a personal level. My passion for music continues to be the driving force along this journey. I can’t wait to see where it takes me.”
Tamara Gamez is a singer/songwriter from Austin/San Antonio, TX. Her passion for music began early in her years. By age ten, Tamara had written an extensive catalog of songs which she would record on her father’s old cassette tape recorder. After high school, Tamara joined the band Cupid’s Victim as their lead singer– helping them write and record two EPs. Playing shows all over south Texas, the band started to become known and dominated the music scene. The band broke up and Tamara embarked on a solo career.
twentylove drops the new single over & over that comes off the album ‘pressure in my head again’. The band says it makes all lowercase alternative records made in the San Fernando valley and that they might be your new favorite band and your mom’s as well.
The band sounds like an updated version Panic! At the Disco and The All-American Rejects, sounding retro and refreshing at the same time.
“making this album changed my life. i hope there’s something in here you feel connected to. my emotions were printed in the .wav i swear. Love it – hate it – it’s here to stay. ‘pressure in my head again’ is yours,” says the band.
The 11 song collection is fantastic, especially for those who missed out on the alternative scene and are exposed to alternative rock for the first time. The band will give you a good experience.
Lisa Heller drops the new track Downer. The sad, lonely, and isolated will connect. Downer’s tale of peer pressure, anxiety, and self doubt further the story that has already landed Lisa’s music on Fresh Finds, Fresh Finds Pop, New Music Daily and New in Pop.
After a tour alongside Harbour and Wingtip, Lisa Heller kicked off the new year with a series of releases. On January 13th, she unveiled “brown paper bag,” followed by “you were the worst part of my life” on February 10th, and “hollow” on March 10th. These three tracks mark the beginning of a musical odyssey, consisting of twelve new songs that intimately delve into Lisa’s life experiences and her battles with relationships and mental well-being.
Lisa Heller’s distinctive blend of alt/bedroom pop has earned her comparisons to artists such as Lorde and Chelsea Cutler. Her raw and introspective lyrics have garnered widespread acclaim, resonating with listeners.
In her live performances, Lisa takes her audience on an immersive journey through her life, establishing a direct connection with fans through her commanding stage presence, powerful vocals, and messages.
Lisa just wrapped up a tour alongside Andi and Rachel Grae, and this spring she will be sharing the stage with notable acts such as Yung Gravy, Hippo Campus, Bryce Vine, Peach Tree Rascals, and Doublecamp, among others.
Midnight High, an indie pop band based in Seattle, WA, has just released their latest single “Perfect Sun.” The duo, consisting of Nik Singleton and Luke Dumke, combines elements of dream pop, indie rock, and synthpop, resulting in a sound that will undoubtedly resonate with fans.
The inception of Midnight High took place in 2020 when Nik and Luke came together with the intention of creating something innovative and meaningful. In 2021, they embarked on the journey of writing and self-producing their debut full-length album, titled “Swimming Lessons.”
The creative process for “Swimming Lessons” began with 10 songs from a pool of demos. With the assistance of Jessica Dobson from Deep Sea Diver, Nik and Luke refined their musical ideas and arrangements during the pre-production phase. The album was recorded at their own recording studio in Seattle’s Ballard neighborhood, with Luke primarily handling the instrumentation and Nik providing vocal and arrangements. To infuse the project with a touch of collaborative energy, the duo enlisted the help of some talented friends and local musicians.
Fans eagerly anticipate the worldwide release of “Swimming Lessons” in 2023, as Midnight High continues to establish themselves as a compelling force within the indie pop scene. With their unique blend of genres and a dedication to creating meaningful music, this talented duo is poised to make a lasting impact on the industry.
IAMNOTSHANE, a singer/songwriter hailing from Los Angeles, has garnered an impressive following with over 130 million combined global streams of his music. He initially captured attention with his bedroom demos on the debut SAD EP, which resonated with listeners and helped him cultivate a devoted fanbase. His 2016 song “Insecure” became viral, which includes a version of Michael Jackson’s anti-gravity lean and has been viewed over 5 million times.
In 2020, he released a self-titled EP that featured songs on popular playlists like Spotify’s Chill Vibes and Apple Music’s Breaking Pop. The following year, IAMNOTSHANE embarked on his debut album journey with “One Less Year Alive,” which included notable tracks such as “What A Perfect Day For Crying.” He complemented the album release with an extensive 16-date headline tour across the United States and Europe during the summer of 2022.
During the tour, IAMNOTSHANE’s breakout single “Maybe My Soulmate Died” gained immense popularity and became a global sensation. The track climbed to the impressive position of #6 on Spotify’s Global Viral Chart and reached #1 on Apple Music’s Breaking Pop chart. The singer’s self-directed music video for “Insecure” received significant attention, and subsequent releases further contributed to his growing success, accumulating a total of 40 million views on YouTube.