Like intimate, genuine and honest songwriting which is covered in perfect pop harmony and a side of quirky factor? We strongly recommend you become acquainted with Sarah Close by way of her delicious “Caught Up” EP now.
Olympia’s tunes are full of pep and spark, whilst being forward thinking and intrinsically stylish. They’ll send shivers of creative synergy coursing through your veins. Buckle up for an invigorating ride.
This curious little French electronic duo Zebra Lova unashamedly take bits and bobs from the 80’s. Analogue synths and speak-singing (not rapping!) and turn it enjoyably into quirky, nu-retro styled pop songs.
Polish electronic duo The Dumplings quite fired the curiosity in us when we encountered them at SXSW. Their woozy beats and vibrantly pulsating artistry, stoked our alt-pop fires and left a lasting impression.
You cannot ignore the fact that Billie Eilish is a notable talent on-the-rise who definitely commands attention. As there is something of a quirky charm that lies in wait with new single “Bellyache” which gives a peek at what a captivatingly creative artist she might well become.
Nate Austin has got quite a lot of everything that we look for in an unsigned, emerging artist. Drive, determination and the hunger to constantly sharpen up his skills to take him where he wants to be.
If the stirring melodies and sweetly yearning vocal style of London Grammar scored you as a fan. We think it’s kind of a safe bet that in introducing you to emerging Australian trio Fake Sibling you are going to appreciate every bit of their style.
Salt Lake City boys Strange Familia are making their mark through a signature brand of lusciously learned indie pop. The spark to the flame of their future pop greatness stems from an added dash of disco funk and surging synths of new single “Ms. Badblood”