With its infectious beat and catchy lyrics, “Maybe I’m a Psycho” showcases Rebenn’s unique style and ability to capture the listener’s attention from start to finish. CONTINUE READING
It’s “about finding your soul person,” she explains. “Someone that makes you want to be a better version of yourself. I hope everyone can relate to this feeling ‘cause it’s one of the best.”
Noelle grew up on the Tyendinaga Mohawk reserve in Ontario, Canada, surrounded by music. She started singing at a young age and discovered the impact her voice could have. Initially posting cover songs on YouTube, she quickly gained over 90K subscribers and signed a record deal. Through songwriting, Noelle utilizes music as a form of therapy, showcasing her true self. Collaborating with renowned writers and producers such as Phil Cook, Mike Wise, and Geoff Warburton, Noelle’s creative vision is sharp, and she is eager to share her distinct sound with the world.
“Villain is realising you might be the villain of your own story. It’s accepting the shadowy parts of who you are, while hinting towards a darker, painful underlying origin story which makes the villain, the villain.” says Dark.
Raised between Barcelona, Munich, London, and NYC, Dark finds herself drawing inspiration from her multicultural upbringing and eclectic music taste (from Françoise Hardy to Portishead, to Nancy Sinatra and Arctic Monkeys). Dark moved to NYC and began working with Matt Chiaravalle (Debbie Harry, Warren Zevon). She started releasing alt-pop singles in 2021, building her sonic and visual world, and grew a cult following on TikTok. Dark has opened for Ghostly Kisses, NoSo, Julian LaMadrid, and more. With over 170,000 streams on her debut single, features on Apple Music’s New In Rock and New in Alternative playlist, as well as publications Earmilk, She Shreds, Blackbook, and Story+Rain’s “Her Life is Her Art” alongside actress Sydney Sweeney and musician Rainsford, and more, Dark’s authentic lyricism and distinctive musical production makes her an up-and-coming artist to watch.
“This song says a lot of things we want to say but have never said out loud,” says Krooked Kings on their latest release.
The DIY band started putting on basement shows around Utah, carving out a niche in the indie-rock landscape. Signed to LA-based label Nobody Gets It, the band first made waves with their debut single “96 Subaru”, clocking over three million Spotify streams. The band has landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday, New Noise, and Ultimate Indie. The band will perform at The Echo in Los Angeles on March 3rd.
Leanna Firestone releases new EP “Public Display Of Affection” along with lead EP anthemic single – “You Just Didn’t Like Me That Much”. Early fans of the record include JP Saxe, Dodie and Tessa Violet. Coinciding with the EP release, Leanna will also support New Found Glory on their mass US tour – full dates below.
Leanna posted her first verse to her now 700k TikTok following in August of 2021, the video has 3.4M views and was shared over 30,000 times, over 10,000 pieces of user generated content have been created with the song. Leanna bucked intense pressure to drop the record from both her fans and the industry, choosing to build the song into a poptimist heaven with producer Rajiv Dhall (Royal & The Serpent, Stand Atlantic). She has over 50,000,000 Global Streams and 817,000+ monthly listeners