Bendigo Fletcher | 4.2
Shapeshifting on an axis between folk, alternative, country, and soul, Bendigo Fletcher’s lofty melodies soar above earthy instrumentation. Be prepared to be charmed by their psychedelic flourishes, yet tightly rooted in tried-and-true songcraft.
portal outside of the madness and mundanity
Tommy Newport | 4.8
Known for his irresistible falsetto-steeped indie anthems, Tommy Newport Newport has consolidated his style and sound into something rather extraordinary, creating his own funky, psychedelic style of pop!
The Scarlet Opera | 4.10
Fusing the grandeur of the theatre with the raw energy of rock and roll, The Scarlet Opera – a five-piece band hailing from Los Angeles – offers an escape into the throes of love, lust, glamour, and passion.
Petite League| 4.11
Coming out of the gates swinging with their signature infectious lo-fi power pop, Petite League’s melodic sun kissed brand of indie rock started the buzz right away with some immediate industry, streaming, and publication recognition which helped propel the band forward from the jump.
Pauli The PSM | 4.12
Having spent over a decade diligently honing his chops and collaborating with an assortment of transatlantic outfits – not least Damon Albarn’s mighty Gorillaz, Pauli The PSM recognized as one of the “Top 100 Drummer’s in the World,” has also assumed the role of music director for Jamie xx, FKA twigs, Harry Styles and Maggie Rogers.
SURL | 4.13
SURL is a South Korean band recognized for their refreshing take on the British rock and blues genre, superb musicianship, and imaginative music videos. Currently, SURL continues pushing the boundaries in music and creating genre-blended hits.
Unprocessed | 4.18
UNPROCESSED! A fresh approach to virtuosic guitar playing with the constant drive for innovation. Moving effortlessly between Rock, Pop, Electronica and Metal, they are equipped with an everlasting appetite to transcend genres and expand their creative horizon.
The four-piece around guitar superstar Manuel Gardner-Fernandes have come to play their way into hearts & minds around the globe
Ben Reilly & Pote Baby | 4.22
Pote Baby says there are thousands of ways to tell a love story, which is quickly apparent in his ever-expanding music library. Whether it’s about friends, family, or a feeling – Pote’s connecting thread to everything he does is his unique self-expression of love.
Ben Reilly raps with hungry urgency like someone who knows their time is coming. He switches between rapping and singing, delivering diary-like entries on themes of self-doubt, perseverance, and loyalty as he plays with different flows while distorting his voice.
Crocodiles | 4.23
Bringing their unique brand of rock-n-roll to hungry fans in every corner of the globe, Crocodiles stay true to themselves. hile the lineups, locations and sounds have changed, Brandon and Charlie have never wavered from their initial teenage mission to help each other escape a life of drudgery, boredom and expectation through music, art, friendship and adventure.
Dougie Poole | 4.24
A country songwriter from Brooklyn’s indie underground, Dougie Poole blurs the lines between genre and generation. Rooted in sharp songwriting, Poole’s golden baritone, and the organic sounds of a live-in-the-studio band, it’s a classic-sounding record for the modern world, stocked with songs that make room for everything from old-school synthesizers to contemporary storytelling.
sardonic wit and topical, tongue-in-cheek songwriting
Daisy the Great | 4.25
Making folk-inflected indie rock that spans a multitude of moods—capable of being clever, devastating, or both simultaneously, spanning harmony-laden folk pop to powerhouse indie rock balladry—and has attracted quite the following as a result.
In combination with her voice, the piano driven songs she plays end up creating a kind of intimacy, as if we’re sitting beside Rundle on the bench, or perhaps even playing the songs ourselves while teetering on the very edge of sanity dipping my toe into the outer reaches of space.
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Tei Shi | 4.26
Tei Shi (pronounced “tay-shee”) is the moniker of singer/songwriter and producer Valerie Teicher. Growing up between Bogotá, Colombia and Vancouver, Canada, Tei Shi is heavily influenced by her ever changing environment and cross-cultural identity.
Runnner’s songs where the edges have been left deliberately rough because perfection invites predictability, and imperfection imbalances, and those imbalances ask the listener to listen again, and again. And in that listening, the sound can become earnest, can ask a question, can hold a conversation.
This musical approach is reflected in Runnner’s lyrics as well, where the familiar is made unfamiliar, and then familiar again.
With humor and heart, Weinman sifts through isolation and anxiety in the everyday: ruining the rice, buying shampoo, the way boredom and loneliness are tangled up together.
And from these fragments, he makes something new, but also something already known and felt at once.
Nick Shoulders | 4.27
Wielding an ethereal croon and masterful whistle crafted from a lifetime chasing lizards through the Ozark hills, Nick Shoulders is a living link to roots of country music with a penchant for the absurd.
Combining his family’s deep ties to regional traditional singing with his years of playing to crowded street corners, Nick has sought to forge a hybridized form of raucously clever country music; born of forgotten rocky hollers and bred to confront the tensions of the 21st century South.
Fly by Midnight | 4.28
Fly By Midnight is an independent, Los Angeles based indie-pop duo consisting of singer-songwriter Justin Bryte and producer/singer-songwriter Slavo. The band has built a reputation amongst the industry for collaborating with a unique roster of artists including; Betty Who, Jake Miller, Teddy Swims & more.
Fly By Midnight has been praised by tastemakers such as Billboard, Buzzfeed, Nylon, Huffington Post, and MTV, for their ability to produce an electric and emotionally provoking live show.