Since their formation, the LA indie act has been on an upswing with features in Billboard, Huff Post along with TV placements on MTV, VH1, and E. Now they are over a million plays of their last two EPs. The new track will come off their upcoming EP due out this Spring.
The Other End release the new single ‘Far From Home‘. The hypnotic and haunting melody hooked me after the first listen. The single comes off their EP which is set to be released on vinyl in March. The duo from Norway describe themselves as indie slow core, and come from the same pond that brought us artists like Aurora and Sigrid. While you can catch the indie act gigging around Bergen, I see their new EP bringing them to new places.
Kings favorite Natalie Major kicks off 2018 with the new track Waves that was featured on the season premiere of the sitcom “Grownish” which aired on January 3rd. Natalie has been quietly flying under the radar while building her songwriting resume. She’s worked with electro kingpins Bobby Puma, Tiësto, and teamed up with Showtek and Brooks for a track which clocked over 11.2 million Spotify streams. The LA based songstress will roll out more tracks in the coming months.
Watch out for alt-rock band Moon Taxi as they release their new album through a major label. The Nashville band which have four self- released albums under their belt could reach a whole new level of audience with their pop rock anthems. Solidifying themselves as a live performers, they performed festivals such as Coachella, Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo. The band first turned heads when their single “Two High” clocked 50 million+ streams on Spotify. The new album was produced by the band’s guitarist.
Look out for St. Catharines-based James Blonde with their upbeat alt. rock track Heartbreak. They kicked off the new year with a feature on Spotify’s “Discover Weekly” playlist. Previous tracks from their debut album also landed on INDIE FM and Aofd3. Moreover, the trio has made the stage their home and have opened for Weezer, Serena Ryder, the Arkells, and Lights.