Jade The Moon are an independent alt – pop band that consists of Dani, Benjamin and Jeremy who started making music from the age of six. They released a brand new single, “The Tide” as the second feature track from their upcoming new album, 11:11. The group says that the collection of tracks on the upcoming release are best described as “musical photographs”. A moment in time turned dance party, true story turned love song, a daydream turned eerie alt-pop lullaby. Real world inspiration. This is the follow up to the group’s self-produced 2015 debut release Habits and Hindrance sees the continued theme of “cycles” in human nature.
“We self produced our first record and our current record ’11:11′ was produced by Colin Munroe …except ‘HOTELS’ by Adam King. We are always very involved in every set of the creative process but it really helps to have some in the room to make sense of all the ideas. We are always looking to collab with new writers/producers. @mikkyekko if your listening ;)”
“Fall Tour Dates in the works. We will also be premiering our short film created and directed by Black/Cartel in Toronto last fall”.
C. Gold is the new smashing artist from Sweden that, with his debut single ‘’Nobody feat. Fancy Dave’’, shows that he is here to stay! It’s not very often an artist makes an entrance as strong as C. Golds.
Some artists take years to figure out their sound and style, but listening to ‘’Nobody’’ and seeing the artwork makes C. Gold’s debut crystal clear and easy to love! Worth to know is that he does it all completely independent.
Nobody Feat. Fancy Dave is a groovy electronic pop song with new thinking beats and a lyric that tells the struggle of being a young creator in the most obvious way. When you’re young and working hard to reach your dreams, it can feel like a long way till you’ll see any gold. But listening to C.Gold will guaranteed be the most valuable thing you’ve done in a long time!
Patrik Jean is a Swedish artist and songwriter from Stockholm. Growing up in a big family, music quickly became his way to be heard. Throughout the last few years, while writing songs for other artists he has kept the most personal ones for himself. The time has come to share those very honest and emotional stories, with three singles and a six track EP coming this spring. In soulful pop songs he sings about guys and girls breaking his heart, and the phases you go through getting over someone.
He ended 2017 with writing “Treading Water” for Swedish Idol winner Chris Kläfford that went number one on the airplay chart, as well as Sweden Top 50 and Global Viral 50 on Spotify.
First release of 2018 was Low Life by Soleima, which ended up on the US Viral chart and on British BBC radio 1.
Los Angeles based vocalist/producer Saigo embraces the fluidity of the nascent future-soul genre, interlacing syrupy groove, electronic textures, and a diverse palette of beats. Saigo shares lyrical insights from romance to philosophy, distilling complexity and conflict into eccentric sonic tapestry. At the center of it all is a voice that is at once sensitive, inquisitive, and daring.
His breakout single, “The Other”, successfully captured the attention of the R&B/beats community, garnering recognition from Pigeons and Planes as one of their “Best New Artists”, airplay on BBC Radio, and placement on Spotify’s own “Alternative R&B” playlist.
Singer songwriter Tamtam grew up in Saudi Arabia from her birth until she was 13 years old. Throughout her teenage years, she was relocated to California for school because her parents believed seeing the world through a different lens was important. Having discovered her love of singing at the age of 11, Tamtam took the opportunity to move and channeled all her learning experience into her biggest venture, music.
She got her start in music on YouTube with her first ever single “Little Girl.” At the advice of friends and family, she blurred out the video so you couldn’t see her face for fear of backlash from people who knew her in Saudi. This inspired her second single “Gender Game.” The EP Gender Game was released in October 2014, and it wasn’t long before the title single gained recognition. Contacted by Geena Davis to support at three of her non-profit events, along with An Upworthy article with over 80k shares from March 2015, it was clear Tamtam had made her first big mark on her path in the music industry.
From there, Tamtam was able to truly launch herself into the world of music. She released her single “We’ve Got Wings” in late 2015 to help promote a Saudi breast cancer awareness organization founded by Princess Reema bint Bandar, and has been promoting it ever since.
Tamtam uses her message of love and acceptance to promote gender equality along with other humanitarian and egalitarian efforts all over the world, especially in her home country of Saudi Arabia where movement towards gender equality is beginning to take off. She is dedicated to using her music to promote these positive messages to young women and men around the world while sharing her own experiences through her art.
“My new single, “Blue” is about heartbreak and feeling haunted at the end of a dissolved romance, while the other person seems so cool. I drew on nature’s everchanging blues (water, the sky) for inspiration – their vastness, unpredictability, and power to set a melancholy tone”.
“Thank you Substreamfor the kind premiere, and thank you for listening”.
Naah is one of the latest shooting stars over the
Stockholm-sky and is definitely one to keep your eye on 2018!
With roots in indie-pop, the 21 year old independent songwriter and
artist now release her second single Sippin, which is
something you haven’t heard in pop-music before. She takes
her experience from band-jamming and translates it to
electronic-music and the result gets stunning!
With an ironic tone to riches, new-thinking groovy beats and
playful melodies, she puts her own stamp on music and
delivers a single that can be measured with the world stars.
It’s not electro. It’s not R&B. It’s not pop.
– It’s Naah!
“Sippin’ is the second single from Stockholm based songwriter NAAH. It’s an effervescent electronic alt-pop number with rhythmic synth-work, crisp percussion and outsanding melody writing. It is clear that NAAH is talented beyond her years, at only 21 she is creating well crafted synth-pop with clear appeal – her debut single ‘Worth It’ picked up some serious love across the blogosphere and shot its way to ~500,000 streams on Spotify. This new one is sure to find its way into your Spotify playlists and should see the young talent emerge as a serious contender this year”. ‘Purple Melon‘
After gaining momentum with an impressive premiere from the highly-respected Clash Magazine and on BBC Introducing (BBC Radio London) Inbal is now showcasing her live performance.
Multilinguist Inbal Croitoro is a new breed of talented musicians from Tel Aviv, Israel. Although Inbal’s profile fits that of a singer-songwriter, her primary musical explorations centre around the Alt-Pop-Prog genres.
Inbal’s cultural influences are many and varied, is filled with lyrical emotion and clever beats … Inbal’s creative juices comfortably wrap her unmistakable voice around profoundly expressive themes.
The four songs presented on her debut EP evoke powerful autobiographical experiences and stories from her life – each revealing different elements of the various genres that inspired her songwriting.
Inbal’s EP has been composed, produced and mixed in Brazil, Helsinki, London, Tel Aviv, Seoul and the United States. The record’s was produced by Inbal’s friend and colleague, Andreas Ravizzoni.
Ashlinn Gray began to write her first songs at the age of 16 and released her self-titled debut EP, along with first single #Battleships, which made iTunes top 40 and dominated the airwaves, charting on then top stations across the country. Gray’s pop single #Nineteen charted on 5FM and Jacaranda, two of South Africa’s largest national radio stations. Her latest collaboration with Clark Cables, #WorkForMe, recently got over 300k views on youtube.
When everyday thoughts become genuine songs about being 20 years old and growing up in a society that is forever changing, you find Ashlinn Gray, South African born singer-songwriter. The edgy artist plays with the light and dark sides of her struggle for truth and authenticity. With unique, powerful vocals and her quirky, deep seated lyrics, she challenges the tired preconceptions and conventions this generation has inherited.
2018 will see more lyrical stories from Ashlinn Gray, in the form of a sophomore EP, as well as working internationally and in her beloved country, South Africa.
“I hope to navigate the complexities of being young in today’s world and playfully challenge the cycle in which we are made to be something that we are not.”
Senoia, Georgia is a creepy old place. One hour south of Atlanta in the Deep South, Senoia is the town where AMC’s “The Walking Dead” is filmed. It is also the home town of ALL THE REST who are as much misfits in their town as their Zombie counterparts.
Baylee Waller (19) is the son of a contemporary Christian artist and his dad bought him an electric guitar aged 10. Baylee immersed himself in music and when he was at a Tennessee music festival his dad was performing at, he met Jud Harris (19) who had been playing drums since the age of 8. They started to hang out together and dream of being rock stars. When Baylee’s cousin Caleb Smith (18) heard Jud and Baylee jamming together he decided he wanted to play guitar too. He was only 12 but when he started to practice with the other two the band suddenly landed its lead singer.
In the summer of 2013 the band knew they needed to add a bass player to their line up and so posted a Facebook status. Local bass player Tre Housman (20) had been playing since the age of 7, he luckily heard about the vacant position and impressed the guys with his skills.
With the line up now complete the guys have played constantly in the Georgia music scene and developed their skills as songwriters and musicians.
All home schooled, All The Rest are anything but regular and with their individual fashion style and weird personalities were often sneered at by locals. They ignored and persevered and when their music reached the ears of LA Music Publishers Kundun Music they were immediately snapped up for synchronisation in Film, TV and commercials.
Now recording in the studio with legendary alt Producer Matt Squire, whose credits include Panic! at the Disco, Youngblood Hawke, Good Charlotte, Boys Like Girls and All Time Low.
Often thought to be pretentious, All The Rest mysteriously thrives on the outer critics, making honest music for a disoriented and systematic generation. Inspired by the Post-Punk era, this alternative rock band carries a rebellious voice, unexpected from their sleepy Deep South. It’s undeniable that this band represents “All The Rest” of society.
Their first official release is Black Plague – released March 7th 2017. It is a raw and honest song about a true life toxic former relationship for one of the band that lead to nothing but pain and heartache.
All Things Go loves the track calling it “a hard-hitting revival of the raw energy borne from personal struggle and perseverance. As it rides on waves of self-determination, the sheer force of will carries you through the void.”
Emerging Indie Bands claims that, “The mix of dirty blues guitar and preppy pop vocal give All The Rest a space of their own in a crowded-market…The fact that I am suggesting you spend time in their company indicates that I think in Black Plague it works successfully…”
All The Rest has been featured on Alfitude‘s New Music Playlist.
“Black Plague” captures the ebbs and flows of life throughout its production. Moments of complete chaos are followed by moments of sweet serenity. This punchy rock tune is gritty and heartfelt – the epitome of freedom, as the lyrics suggest, letting go of the ties that ultimately bring you down.
Another Whisky For Bukowski describes Hot Collars as “damn addictive” and Euphoriazine proclaims ‘Tongue Tied’ is “irresistibly upbeat and uninhibited.” KCRW included the “Tongue Tied” remix in their Music for Your Weekend saying, “their ridiculously catchy single “Tongue Tied” more than speaks for itself. Secret Scout praises their new single saying, “Swinging hooks, joyous hand claps, reverberating harmonies and rouge wooing make this an interesting and irresistible debut single.” Indie Shuffle can’t get enough of ‘Tongue Tied’ exclaiming, “Holy crap, this is catchy!” They have received attention from numerous tastemakers such as Alfitude, Niche Music, Savage Thrills, and many more.