LA-based Sophie Rose signed her first publishing deal at age 14 being a prolific songwriter. Amassing millions of plays since the debut release in 2017 'Two Young Lovers', the latest 'Best Friend' has been included on 18 Spotify New Music Friday playlists.
Fredrik Bertheussen Brurås, aka Norwegian singer Fred Well, 'Magnetic Thursdays' saw four songs being released weekly throughout last summer. Each track was served with a cocktail, prepared to accompany the RnB flavour of the song.
Stepping out as a solo artist with the single 'Give What You Take' after writing and producing for Little Mix, Zilo or Delilah Montagu, London-based Dan Bartlett recently released the interesting ~treading water~
Linn Koch-Emmery is about to embark on a winter/spring European Tour, including stops at Eurosonic and by:larm. The Swedish indie-rocker, ended-up last year on a high with the release of the four-track Waves EP.
Hand Habits, also known as Meg Duffy, is an LA-based multi-instrumentalist who grew-up in Upstate New York. ‘placeholder’ is the advance single and tittle of new album to be released in March 2019 by Saddle Creek Records.
After graduating from Berklee with a degree in Film Scoring, South-African Sulene van der Walt moved to Brooklyn and played guitar for different artists and bands before releasing the Strange EP and its (Reimagined) version.
After the bursting last year with 'One of the girls', the project fronted by Othalie Husøy has received continued support from radio and press with following single 'I'm on top', both perfect clubland tales that sound as good during the day.
Nashville-based trio NAWAS debuted with 'So Low' two years ago, hitting the number 1 position on Hypem. The latest from vocalist and songwriter Jake Nawas, guitarist Ben McDaniel, and drummer Joey Gonzales is 'She knows'.
Anticipation is building for the forthcoming release by Australian artist Jackson Dyer, following on the 'Compartments' EP recorded with fellow Berlin resident Adam Sait ' and a spot on the Colors channel.
Singer-songwriter Elisabeth Brüchner rounded-up the year celebrating her PIAS Germany deal after the success of debut album 'Aerial Perspective'. Her latest 'Wasting my time' is produced and co-written by long-term collaborator Udo Rinklin.
lilly among clouds - Wasting My Time [Official Music Video]
Having released the album hej! the past summer, the electronic music producer signed to PC music, Dominik Dvorak delivered a cohesive piece of work influenced by Slavic folk culture and featuring Chairlift's Caroline Polachek.
Championed by Hilly Dilly before the majestic official debut "Her Heart Isn't Beating For Me", Baker Wallis returns with the upbeat folky tale of B L A C K S T O N E. The LA based art-rocker is definitely one to watch for 2019 and beyond.
Fiery singer Blithe has been carving a place in the British pop scene with a trio of singles released throughout the year. The latest, ‘Work it out’, is a punchy song that focuses on optimism with some great vocal hooks.
After raising many eyebrows with the official debut 'Freshman Year', the follow-up single 'Blonde' seems to confirm the interest on one of the youngest promising artists of the year and new ambassador of American teenage pop.
'Never Mean To Call' is the new synthwave offering by Claudia Mintz. After the dreampop debut EP 'Toast' written with Joshua Mehling, the Chicago artist embraces the lonely feeling of being an outsider on this collaboration with label mate S. Holden Jaffe.
'Wash' is the latest by singer-songwriter J Appiah, who found his voice in the East London churches and Ghana culture. An introspective and heartfelt song about spirituality and coming to terms with the loss of a father he never knew.
The CGI model ventures into the music arena with Bauuer via LuckyMe records. The songs keep on with the Harlem Shake's producer trap and bass output, without no much info around about the vocalist performing for the McFedries and Decou digital art project.
After a parenthood record release hiatus, the electronic musician recently showcased his new songs at Iceland Airwaves. The new release by the favourite "sad midnight laptop musician" of the Reykjavík Grapevine could be around the corner.