Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve been this into an up and coming pop act, but I’ve got to say, Chaleeda is something special. This Thai-British artist first got off the ground a few years back after becoming quite popular as a cover artist on Youtube. Since then, she’s ballooned to international success. This girl is bound to be touring worldwide in a few years, so get to know her here first!
Louis The Child’s mixes give me life. Their Playground Radio gets better every damn time, I promise you. Check out episode number 36 above now.
PeeWee Longway is both hysterical and insightful. His latest “Fiji Water” is a good summertime Jam for a BBQ. Indulge above now.
Darkroom (a label inside Interscope Records) is on a roll right now. Billie Eilish, Alec Benjamin, and now Gryffin’s got a feature with Carly Rae Jepsen that is a total smash!
Keep an eye on this group, they’re growing fast and have a radio ready sound that isn’t straight bubble gum pop. Loving “Choose to Believe” by RØYLS and I’m confident you guys will too!
Boy, oh boy. Teasley has done it again. I’ve been bumping this dude’s summer jams for what feels like years now, and it’s amazing how I’m constantly impressed by each new release. It’s rare that an artist can deliver on such a high-level of time and time again, but Teasley has seemingly done the impossible. His latest track “First Place,” in a cool track that I love to kick back to. Check it out here and enjoy.
Juuku returns yet again with another powerful remix to add to his catalog. His newest offering is a graceful bootleg of Graves’ song with Ezi entitled “I’m Fine” that absolutely slaps with his distinct and cinematic style of production! Bump this one now.
Out now through Spirited Lizdek comes correct on “Falling Out”. Get hype to it above now!
Wow, it’s been a while since I’ve seen a music video as thought-provoking as this one. I just love it when artists throw curveballs, switching up the status-quo in an industry saturated by copy-cats and clowns. For that reason, I’m excited to present to you a pop track that I’ve been bumping all week, “All About Tonight” by Plaid Brixx.
This Colombus based act will probably be hitting national stages shortly. With such a smooth sensibility, an excellent ear for melodies, and an outstanding style, it’s safe to see that we’ll be seeing plaid brixx in the indie-pop festival circuit soon.
If their ear for auditory aesthetics wasn’t enough, they’ve got a great sense for the visual medium as well. If you’re curious to hear and see what I’m talking about, check out “All About Tonight” here and enjoy!
What a collaboration! “Moon” set my vibe right today and I’m sure the single will have the same results for you. Akacia’s voice is flawless.