NYC's own EVVY is a force to be recked with! Riding high off of the success of her self-titled debut EP, the singer is back to take the indie pop world by storm with new single, "Tidal Wave" - a dancetastic way to start the weekend off with a bang.
Listen to "Tidal Wave" below:
If you've been anxiously awaiting the release of new music from LA duo, The Bulls, now is the time to get happy! New single, "Small Problems," has finally been unleashed, giving off a Metric-meets-Garbage vibe. An EP of the same name will be released on August 28 via Diet Pink Records.
Check out "Small Problems" below:
LA indiepop fourpiece, flor, are everything you ever wanted and then some. After discovering the band on Soundcloud a couple of months ago, I've been pretty obsessed. With just enough synth to warm my sad heart, flor deliver in a way most bands do not, captivating the listener with distinct vocals and pleasantly haunting melodies that'll have you pressing repeat in a heartbeat. If that wasn't enough, they give away their music for free!
Check out flor's Sounds EP below:
We are happy to bring you the video premiere of "Naked" - a post-80's vibe track by LA indiepop band, Their Wedding. Started in 2012 as a side project, Their Wedding are now paying their dues full-time, releasing their second EP, Wine, in 2014 and now following that up with their third EP, Naked in July 2015. Comprised of vocalist/pianist Michael Escanuelas, guitarist Al Hernandez, singer/percussionist Celese Hernandez, and drummer Ryan Ohanessias, the band takes their own stand, mixing indie rock, R&B, and electronic music into a fully formed sound and aesthetic.
Check out "Naked" below:
Coeds are a fun new indiepop duo made up of Merideth Muñoz, who previously played in DC-based band Title Tracks, and longtime friend Ryan Kailath. After a three-year music hiatus, Muñoz began writing new material in 2013, and she and Kailath laid down a demo of "Sensitive Boys" just for fun in about five minutes. Pleased with the results, they continued to collaborate long distance, with Muñoz in Austin and Kailath in NYC.
Now, the band is releasing their brand new music video for "Videos" - a b-side worth repeating, leaning towards an 80's playful, sunny vibe perfect for summer and following the story of being dumped and pretending to be stronger than you actually are.
We are proud to bring you the exclusive premiere of Coeds' "Videos" below:
Sensitive Boys 7" is available now HERE.
If you're into that whole dark, ethereal synthy vibe, you're going to fall head over heels for Kat Vinter. The singer is releasing a remix EP for "Islands" tomorrow, July 10, and I have a feeling we're going to be hearing a lot more from this Berlin-born songstress very soon.
Listen to the Islands remix EP below:
Stef Lang is your new pop obsession. Navigating between pop, R&B and electronic influences, Lang is making her way to the top of the industry charts. The singer was featured as Billboard's Top 5 Emerging Artists and hit number one on the Billboard Dance charts. Today's track of choice, "Burn It To The Ground," will be featured on Lang's forthcoming EP, Arrows Part 1.
Check out "Burn It To The Ground" below:
Queen Ella - For fans of: Sam Smith, Demi Lovato, Leona Lewis
New York's Queen Ella is a full-time singer/songwriter bound to break some barriers. The singer put aside her career in international business to pursue a music career. Did we mention she's ballsy? Gotta love that. She has permorning since the age of 4 and has been on some pretty prestigious stages, including NY's Apollo Theater and Metropolitan Room, respectively.
Check out the singer's EXIT 144 EP below:
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No, it is not Lana Del Rey but a more jazzier, soulful voice to get excited about. Meet May, a new up-and-comer who's bound to seduce you with her silky vocals and rich aesthetic within the first listen. Need more proof? Just press play.
Check out "I Could Have Been Someone" below:
Scarlet Baxter has unleashed her new single, "Cruel Love," and its a banger, for sure. Top 40-worthy in every way, the track invokes a sort of 90's dance and R&B revival similar to Kiesza that I'm sure you guys can get nostalgic about.
Listen to "Cruel Love" below: