Austin duo Me Nd Adam’s new track "Something Better" flares with confidence and a lively rhythm that makes it the perfect party anthem this fall.
Norway artist Jimi Somewhere’s single “Jesus” featuring Kacy Hill from his upcoming debut LP “Nothing Gold Can Stay” reveals the importance of defying society’s expectations.
Loren Allred, who sang in the Oscar-nominated, Grammy Award–winning film “The Greatest Showman,” released her debut single “This Summer” on Sept. 14.
Dancing feet on carpet flooring. Live concerts for an invisible audience. Images, words, old memories — prompted by introspection — unloaded onto a canvas, a page. This is the “new normal” for student-artists amid the COVID-19 pandemic: with limited access to resources like rehearsal spaces and art supplies, visual and performing artists are finding innovative ways to make and share their art.
Nilo Blues’ self-titled album thematically encompasses an array of tracks that reject racial prejudice. His track "Nicotiana" was inspired by the hurdle of nicotine addiction and addresses the idea of attachment.
Mokita’s new single “Down” is a hopeful reminder to those who are facing challenges. The artist is known for opening up about his mental health struggles and for incorporating them into songs to spread awareness.
The Venus in Scorpio’s single “Blissed” reveals the exhilarating sensation of finally triumphing over the struggles in finding self-love. Maxim Faster, a self-taught vocalist and producer of The Venus in Scorpio, is currently based in Berlin. His third EP “This Place Is Killing Me” will come out on Sept. 11 during his birthday, and he…
Courtney Cole’s new EP “Earthquake,” which consists of four autobiographical tracks, accentuates finding freedom from within. The artist’s previous releases received praise from Rolling Stone and Huffington Post, enabling her to tour with Miranda Lambert, Kenny Chesney and Kane Brown, to mention a few. When she performed on Miranda Lambert’s Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars…
Front Country’s new single “Amerikan Dream” encourages citizens to look back at the founding principles of America and to be vigilant during the upcoming presidential election.
While quarantining, 18-year-old Canadian artist Rayne created her song "Bored" to journal her feelings during the coronavirus pandemic.
Los Angeles-based singer and songwriter Ceara Cavalieri talks about finding one’s self-worth in her fourth single “I Wish.” The 24-year-old graduated from UCLA with a degree in psychology and is currently pursuing music full time.
Fake Shark’s album “House of Mirrors” encourages people to accept challenges and to not cower from existing problems.
Vancouver pop duo Fionn’s EP “Everyone's A Critic” encourages others to celebrate their true identities and disregard Internet intimidators.
Erich Mrak’s single “Girls” is the first single off his upcoming album “Glimpse.” The singer said that the song is influenced by Post Malone, Tame Impala and the 1975. The track is a reminder that friendships are vital during heartbreak.
Los Angeles-based artist Cali Rodi released her new single “God Save The Queen” on Aug. 8 — a song of hope for assaulted women. The track was produced by Lindgren (who has worked with Dua Lipa and BTS) and Emily Wright (who has worked with Britney Spears and Katy Perry).
Hip-hop artist AK’s single “Good Thing” serves as a hopeful reminder for listeners to stay motivated. The artist said that the track is the “perfect pre-game song to listen to.”
Canadian artist Olivia Lunny’s track “Bedsheets” accentuates the sense of longing for connection. The track premiered on Billboard and took spots on Spotify’s ‘Fresh Finds,’ TIDAL’s ‘Rising Pop’ and the cover of Amazon Music’s ‘Artists To Watch 2020’ playlist.
Indie-pop singer Tia Gostelow’s single “Psycho” reveals the detrimental impact of gaslighting in relationships.
Alex McArtor’s dreamy single “Biggest Fan” talks about one’s extreme realization of life’s harsh realities. The artist’s EP, “Spoken Word,” has garnered over three million streams and received high acclaim from Billboard, KCRW, Blackbook and Earmilk.
Multicultural activist Raye Zaragoza’s single "The It Girl" reveals her struggles with love and acceptance as a multicultural brown woman. Produced by Tucker Martine (who has worked with First Aid Kit and The Decemberists), the single is a protest for diversity in the media — a rejection of the western expectations of women.
C. SHIROCK garnered musical success, and has been featured in a motley of TV networks, such as MTV, NBC and ABC. In addition, the songwriter performed at massive summer festivals with hundreds of thousands of people throughout the United States and the United Kingdom, alongside acts like Twenty One Pilots, Cage The Elephant and Manchester Orchestra.
PipoBeats, also known as Filippo Gabella, released his brand new Spanglish single “I’m Thinking When” on July 17. The lyric video dropped on July 22, and the music video will come out in August.
Alternative pop artist Minhee Jones’ track “6 Feet” discloses a motley of ways people can distract themselves from reality. Aside from being a songwriter and a multi-instrumentalist, Jones teamed up with Fender, Ford and Co-op Food to break three Guinness World Records in 2019.
Tommy Florio is from New Jersey, and he is behind the vision of LOUD HOUND. He has been releasing music under the pseudonym for the past two years while he created music at home in his little studio.