Tei Shi‘s debut offering, Saudade, puts the spotlight on homegrown genre-less sound. With an affinity towards lush dream pop and airy 90s R&B, the indie songstress from Vancouver creates her music in a bubble of minimal yet haunting soundscapes, separating herself from the cultural sameness of the current sonic trends.Read More
Nick D’ & the Believers‘ new EP, Throwing Stones, is the sound of a perfect Sunday bumming on the beach. Bringing into play some woozy, funky new soul, the band has been quickly gaining popularity on the indie scene after launching their video of Find A Little Love.Read More
Nikki Jumper‘s latest EP, Sinful Youth, is like vodka, cigarettes, and faded lipstick rolled into one. If there’s an anthem for the morning after partying hard a la college, then this eight-track collection is a strong contender.
Embodying pop psychedelic all throughout, Nikki Jumper reflects the sound of the streets and strobe lights, where the girls are dressed in denim shorts, high-cut boots, and leather jackets.
Having the gift to play quite a number of musical instruments, the singer-songwriter from Athens, Georgia surely has a lot to offer in the waning genre of Rock Hop n Roll. His music style can be described as eccentric, dynamic, as well as piano-centric matched with pop songwriting and lyrics.Read More