Modern pop has a promising new face in LA-based singer/songwriter LENACHKA. The songstress takes on the spotlight with a collection of four pop anthems that’s accessorized with cheer-along melodies, catchy tunes, and whatever the cool kids listen to these days.
This week, listen to something new and Meet Yael Meyer, which is also the title of the LA-based songstress’ special edition EP released via Noisetrade. Fans of Sara Bareilles and Regina Spektor may celebrate as this collection features five flavorful pop tunes that spin the word “fun” into a whole new sound.
Kylie has JUST quietly released a 4-track collaboration with dance and electro-music producer Fernando Garibay and he's awesome. According to some of Kylie's fans all 4 tracks are fresher and more engaging than her previous album and I must agree.
Braver is Andy Shea's latest short compilation. An artist that believes music is best shared and enjoyed with friends; the album is a 4-track collection that showcases simple yet endearing indie acoustic folk.
Described as a fan of the "NBA and Shakespeare," Shea is a talented singer songwriter that's currently based in New England.
He admits to being influenced by fellow musicians and talented songwriters, Rivers Cuomo and Elliot Smith among others.
Carousel‘s latest EP, Palms, proves that you can never have enough electronic pop in your life. Whether you’re driving, on the train, or working, the Boston-based duo of Jackson Phillips and Kevin Friedman crafts the perfect anthems to jam to in every season.
Humble and sincere are two words you'll find attached to most of Chris Trapper's songs. Having a sweet and endearing vocal chops also helps add to the sincerity of the songs he's singing.
Trapper was a former vocalist for 90s alternative rock band, The Push Stars. The band released a number of albums and went on various national tours. Eventually, the singer went solo and is best known for his contribution to the soundtrack of the movie, August Rush.
Into The Bright Lights is a 7-track EP offered by the artist at a pay-what-you-want option over at BandCamp.