The Juliets: The Juliets

Led by Jeremy Freer who plays piano and guitar, The Juliets are a mix of chamber pop and brit pop with a good dose of soul. Their self titled debut features beautiful string work by Sarah Myers (violins) and Kaylan Mitchell (Cello). The combination of Jeremy's piano and vocals with the strings makes for a sweet pop music that will make you want to dance. The production is tight but there isn't a lot of noodling with the sound. You can hear the waver of the strings and the vocals are left pretty natural.ďż˝ The Juliets call Ypsilanti MI. their home.

Fola: Go

Singer/songwriter Fola is ready to take over your playlists with pure flavor. In his latest mixtape Go, the young Londoner devours on unlimited dosages of pop, soul, and r&b. Set to make his mark on the music scene, Fola started crafting his music at the young aged of 11 by joining talent competitions around London. In 2007, he entered in the tv show The X-Factor and toured with Grammy Award nominated singer Josh Groban for his Awake UK Tour. Since then, Fola has been working with talented producers, songwriters and vocal arrangers including Maleek Berry, DDark, J Warner, Davidb, and SOS to name a few.

Germany Germany: Last Summer

Falling largely within the pleasing electronic-chillwave framework, Germany Germany’s Last Summer is a fresh musical treat to the indie camp. Drew Harris, better known as Germany Germany is an independent musician from Victoria, Canada. Released last October 27, 2010, Last Summer offers eight tracks of perfectly enunciated music that encapsulates a nostalgic summer.

Green River Ordinace: GRO FREE Sampler

Green River Ordinance (GRO) looks like their ready to steer the wheel to stardom. The pop-rock group composed of John Jenkins, Jamey Ice, Joshua Wilkerson, Geoff Ice, Denton Hunker have greatly evolved from their childhood in Forth Worth, Texas to the release of their latest album Under Fire and their current North American tour. The seven-track GRO Free Sampler offers a sneak peak on the band’s pleasant offerings.

Hourglass Sea: Return to the Crematorium

Hourglass Sea’s 2011 release, Return to the Crematorium, touches our deepest emotions building it into pure musical bliss. Hailing from Bradford, Britain, Dean Bentley better known as Hourglass Sea offers eight superb tracks that’s hypnotically relaxing but at the same time demands you not to fall asleep. A key-player in this album is its artistic freedom that focuses more about the instruments rather than other aspects. There are not many albums that can successfully pull this off but Hourglass Sea is one-of-a-kind.

Flag White: Let Go EP

Flag White undergoes a musical overhaul. The scandinavian post-punk band member Bjřrn Alexander Gřtzsche Lange returns to the good-all synth in his latest EP, Let Go. Released last April 2011, the five-track album is a view into the progress of an artist who tries to maneuver nightmares and dreams into a splendid musical collection. Rekindling a lost tie from synth, Another Song opens up with a mix of pop beats and dream wave. Echoing vocals add a dreamy vibe to the track.

Adam Stern: Music Mondays

Adam Stern packages his goods in a tight, fresh set. Released last February 2011, Music Mondays offers nine pop-infused tracks that'll surely melt your ears with delight. Commonly referred as "The Dreamer Child", Adam is a popular Los Angeles based singer/songwriter that muses on love, heartbreak, war, peace and coexistence. Stern's music was greatly influenced by his childhood in Berkeley, CA , while devouring to the albums of The Beatles, Bob Marley and Michael Jackson. Since 2009, he had independently released 40 tracks including two full-length albums.

Future of the Party: Future of the Party EP

Dance your heart out with Future of the Party's self-titled EP. Released last October 2011, this four-track set offers a steady dose of psychedelic universe. Hailing from Rutherford, New Jersey, this four-piece band of Kate (Vocals), Alex (Bass), Jesse (Guitar and Josh (drums) offers visceral performances swirled in tasteful indie pop. Kate's dreamy vocals welcomes the listeners in Half-Truth. With a chorus filled with brilliant electro tunes and a full-drum treatment, this piece reaches the upper echelons of unpretentious party music.

Wotienke: Please Read This For Me

Emerging from the gloomy smoky bar aesthetic, Wotienke's latest release Please Read This For Me lavishes on casual jazzy pop tracks that are pleasant to the ears. The Netherlands-based band was formed by piano singer Wotienke Vemeer when she met four musicians (Karel Cinibuk, Jan Boroš, Ond?ej Adámek and Martin Janírek) in an eastern village in the Czech Republic. Five years later, the musical group have already toured through half of Europe and recorded their full-length album Mainland Sailors.