INsiders Guide: New Music and New Artists For 10/26
Rising pop sensation, John K, releases the music video for his stand-out single “if we never met.” Watch it HERE and get the song HERE via Epic Records.
The visual features John K and actress/influencer Inanna Sarkis (10 million followers) singing the tune separately in front of a backdrop of vintage video footage, until finally meeting at the end to reveal them together in the same room.
After racking up nearly 30 million streams, “if we never met” took the summer by storm, garnering attention by L’Officiel, Idolator and Rolling Stone – who marked the track as a “Song You Need To Know.” It was featured on Beats 1’s “Bop of the Week,” while also reaching #3 on Apple Music’s Today’s Hits and #2 on A-List Pop. Meanwhile at radio, “if we never met” continues to stay in the top 30 at Hot AC Radio after debuting at #34.
With more music on its way, get ready for the rise of John K.
Bijou Bijou, a.k.a. Kirsten Skopelitis, was born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, but recently made the leap and moved to Berlin, Germany. When she’s not creating new music, Bijou Bijou can be found exploring her new city with her dog, or practicing and teaching yoga. The start to her musical journey is quite unique, as she decided to start manifesting her dreams into reality after an interesting discussion and revelation with a fortune teller.
Bijou Bijou the artist was born when she and a friend were discussing music and stage names (perhaps over some wine). Her friend suggested the name Bijou for its meaning of “small and elegant” or “intricate jewel”. Using her signature dream/indie-pop flair, Bijou Bijou creates music reminiscent of artists like Beach House, LAUV, and Lana Del Rey.
“Feeling Bad” follows the release of “Voodoo Man”, that caught the attention of Earmilk, “Thing For You” that received placement on Spotify’s official “Fresh Finds“, “Alternative Workday“, and “New Indie and Alt.” playlists. And the massively successful release of the single “California Calls” in 2018. That track currently sits comfortably at over 170K plays and has been featured on prominent playlists such as Spotify’s New Music Friday. These, along with her 2018 EP Seratonin Screen, are available for streaming now.
ZINNIA is the Toronto-based art pop project of Rachael Cardiello. With layered synth and driving beats, ZINNIA brings an explosive range to Cardiello’s writing, equal parts intimate and fierce. Recently described as “Kate Bush meets Meatloaf” and first to proclaim a deep love for Bruce Springsteen, this is ZINNIA.
Creating her own destiny and manifesting her dreams, 16-year-old singer-songwriter Noella Rain announces the upcoming release of her new single, “Phoenix”, from her upcoming album, Phoenix. Noella Rain has continued to demonstrate the power of songwriting and show wisdom beyond her years.
With an infusion of rock and soul, “Phoenix” reveals a powerful vocal performance from Noella Rain. The single is a momentous moment for the young artist as it brings her full circle. She reveals, through the lyrics, a compelling story of finally reaching empowerment as she let’s go of her fears and limitations.
“Still aged only 16, she’s proven herself time and time again to be an ambitious and immensely talented artist.”
With over 60,000 collective streams on Spotify, the 16-year-old indie songwriter has connected her lyricism and soulful vocal style to a new audience. Like many of her songs, Noella Rain focuses on channeling her personal experiences to create intricate stories that resonate with her fans.
Now, Noella Rain is excited to continue to connect with her fans through her upcoming single release, “Phoenix”. The track is also the final single to be released until her debut album, Phoenix, drops on November 2nd. The album is a musical diary of Noella’s own personal journey over the past two years documenting feelings of hopelessness and transitions to empowerment. Be sure to follow Noella Rain on Instagram to stay updated on what coming for this new rising talent.
Josh Stevens is a Los Angeles-based singer, producer, songwriter and engineer. His works are Grammy Award Winning, RIAA Platinum Certified, Billboard Award Nominated, Juno Award Nominated (Canada) and ARIA Music Awards Platinum Certified (Australia). His early career was based around hip-hop working for the likes of Warren G, Snoop Dogg, The Game and Clyde Carson. However, Stevens found his modern sound in pop/indie rock/dance working with the likes of LMFAO, Pitbull, J-Lo, Steve Aoki, Young Jeezy and Ne-Yo.
Josh Stevens is also a solo artist whose work is best described as catchy electro pop narrating relatable stories of love, heartbreak, success and discovery. Following the success of his latest EP Story of Summer, Josh Stevens returns with a vibrant new release entitled “Somewhere”. “Somewhere” narrates the story of a young woman’s journey through her ups and downs to reach Hollywood and fame. He teamed up with producer Jeffrey “Zoux” Bluestein (Macy Gray, Nick Carter) and the result is a breathtaking left of center pop anthem. “Somewhere” is available worldwide.
Hailing from the stark, prairie metropolis of Edmonton, Alberta, Kane Incognito is the dynamic brainchild of Eric Kane Cherrington. After the loss of his brother and No Heat Tomorrow bandmate, Keeth Cherrington, Eric turned to music and formed Kane Incognito with his cousins, Austin and Braydon Shaw and childhood friend, Stephen Schoenthaler. The result is a deep blend of folk and rock music that is best described as the love child of Mumford & Sons and Kaleo.
Their first single, ‘Young & Able’ was released in June of 2017 and hit number eight on the iTunes Rock Charts and was nominated for ‘Rock Recording of the Year’ at the Edmonton Music Awards. The band released their debut album Brother in October of 2017.
They released their next single, ‘Diagnose Me’ in June of 2018 and it was met with stellar reviews from Pure Grain Audio, Canadian Beats Media and Turn Up The Volume! The band has played several music festivals including Seven Music Festival,Wild Mountain Music Festival, Pigeon Lake Music Festival, and has opened for a string of popular artists including Hey Ocean!, Elle King, Banners, Carmanah, Twin Bandit, The Blue Stones, Luca Fogale and Grandson.
How do you pronounce your name?
What is the meaning behind your name?
CARYS means love.
CARYS unapologetically feels, free from thought and judgment. Feelings can be ugly sometimes, but I believe that all emotions come from love. Longing for it, running from it, diving into it, losing it – I believe that everything we do revolves around giving and receiving more love in the end. It is the most powerful thing in the world.
What is your biggest source of inspiration?
I am inspired by people. By moments. By relationships. I am obsessed with how we connect to each other. All of my songs in some way have something to do with connection. In turn, I am also inspired by the opposite – detachment. Detachment from ourselves and from reality, as a defense mechanism to pain.
How do you want your music to make people feel?
I hope people see/hear themselves in my words. I hope that it helps people understand their own feelings better because that is what writing them has done for me. Most of my songs were written in a very raw state – a stream of consciousness sort of flow – and because they are so vulnerable, I believe that I will draw all of my soulmates to me through them. All of the people with hearts like mine, and hopefully in turn, we will all feel more connected and less alone in the world.
Substance and accessibility. They’re often considered opposing forces when it comes to pop music, making it all the more impressive when a band like Scenic Route to Alaska so effortlessly delivers ample doses of both.
For two straight years between 2016 and 2018, the heralded Edmonton-based indie pop trio – Trevor Mann on lead vocals and guitar, drummer Shea Connor, and bassist Murray Wood – worked tirelessly scaling the summit of the Canadian and international music scenes. They dropped two acclaimed LPs – 2018’s Tough Luck and 2016’s Long Walk Home – that weaved memorable melodies and catchy vocals through compelling, musically-rich arrangements and earned a slew of awards and accolades on their backs. They’ve toured relentlessly across North America, Europe, and Australia and watched their global fanbase grow exponentially with each amplified chord.
After stepping out of the spotlight to write and workshop new material earlier in 2019, Scenic Route to Alaska have returned with the standout single “Give a Little” – their first taste of new music in over 18 months. The track is set to drop on Oct. 18, 2019, after which the band will once again hit the road for a string of Canadian dates to satisfy loyal fans and new followers alike, and then prep for more singles and a highly-anticipated fifth full-length in 2020.
Despite the nearly non-stop touring and unwavering determination throughout their time together, the three musicians have enjoyed every step of the journey. That was especially the case with their packed 2019 hometown performance on the main stage of the world-renowned Edmonton Folk Music Festival – a definite career highlight thus far. They’ve also racked up handfuls of awards, including a SOCAN #1 distinction for the single “Love Keeps” and a Western Canadian Music Award for Best Rock Act.
With “Give a Little” and other upcoming and in-the-works recordings, the band is revisiting its roots with a more organic, unfiltered take on their now-signature sound – or, as Mann puts it, “a truer representation of what we do when we get together and make music.”
As such, the recordings effortlessly capture the band’s exciting live performances, where the energy is palpable and the fun contagious. Always locked in with a syncopation that can only stem from a long collective history, the boys bounce from ballads to bangers with ease, leaving a lasting impression on any kind of audience in front of them. That’ll be of particular benefit as they once again take to the road in the second half of 2019 and an even longer stint supporting their new album in the first half of 2020.
The band is perhaps best defined through dichotomy: young but mature, curious but collected, accessible but substantial. Such balance is all too rare in this scene, but thankfully, Scenic Route to Alaska strikes it with a style all their own.
Italian singer-songwriter, Edo Ferragamo, releases his new single “Justice,” the third release from his upcoming album, The Edo Ferragamo Project – out February 2020. With “Justice” Edo Ferragamo explores the emotions behind a long-distance relationship through this sexy, stirring and atmospheric track. “Justice’s” paired-down composition, electronic influences, and slower tempo makes this release stand apart from his previous two singles, “Common People” and “That’s the Way”.
Reflecting on the creation of “Justice”, Edo Ferragamo says, “This song has been 3 years in the making. It was born in a very challenging personal moment when a lot was changing in my life. But the melody, vibe and lyrics have evolved into a track that is even more meaningful for me today and something that I hope all of my fans can relate to.”
Born and raised in Florence, Italy, Edo Ferragamo picked up his mother’s guitar at age 12. He quickly fell in love with its chords and melodies, formed his first band at age 13 and by age 16 he became convinced that music would be his life. Chasing his dream of moving to America and immersing himself in the music scene that had inspired him throughout his childhood, Edo Ferragamo enrolled at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, to study guitar and music theory. After graduating, Edo moved to New York to pursue his solo career.
An avid performer, Edo Ferragamo has opened for the likes of Nile Rodgers at the Brooklyn Bowl, Fedez in Milan and Anastacia in Rome and Turin. This summer, he completed his first tour, performing at the Home Festival in Venice (which featured headlining acts such as Young Thug, Aphex Twin, Paul Kalkbrenner, and Pusha T), the Oltre Festival in Bologna, Nammos Mykonos as a special guest of Amr Diab & Antonis Remos, and at Manifattura Tabacchi in Florence. Edo Ferragamo also regularly performs in New York at venues including the Bowery Electric, the Mercury Lounge, and Gospel.
Last year, Edo began developing his eponymous, debut album, The Edo Ferragamo Project, teaming up with American DJ/Producer Gazzo (Billie Eilish, Steve Aoki, Maejor, Lindsay Stirling, Mike Shinoda, Tom Morello, Desiigner) and Italian Producer Roberto Baldi (Sting, Depeche Mode, Giorgio Moroder, Robert Palmer, Club Dogo, Carmen Consoli).
Comprised of 8 original tracks, The Edo Ferragamo Project was inspired by the past two years of Edo’s life. He balances a variety of emotional moments through each song, expressing heartbreak, loss, joy, fulfillment, and redemption. Edo released the first single off the record, “Common People” earlier in 2019 and the single has gone on to amass over 160k streams on Spotify. He preceded the single with “That’s The Way”, a high-energy pop track featuring a strong guitar riff and heavy beats. The single has also become his most streamed single, with over 170k streams.
Today, Edo Ferragamo introduces another electrifying track with “Justice”, which will drop at the end of October. The single will be followed by a live music video coming soon.
Unequal is the brainchild of music producer David Sardy. It explores the intersection of music and technology through artistic collaborations and disruptive marketing. The new single “Mothman” features Alex Maas of The Black Angels and is out now along with a music video.
“Unequal is a system of dealing cards from a deck we didn’t know could get your fingers broken. Mothman is the hand we dealt.” – Alex Maas, The Black Angels
Sardy’s impact on rock and alternative music in the last 20 years is hard to overstate. As a producer/composer/mixer his credits include The Who, Oasis, LCD Soundsystem, Spoon, Band of Horses, Hobo Johnson and a litany of other legends too long to list here. As a film composer he has scored massive theatrical releases including End of Watch, 21, Lawless, Zombieland and Zombieland Double Tap. Unequal will feature a wide array of artists each bringing their point of view to a different song. Further Unequal releases are planned for 2019 and into 2020.
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“Unequal was an invitation. Mothman is the hunting party” – Alex Maas, The Black Angels
Los Angeles, electronic duo, Elephant Heart’s new single “THE THUNDER” is out now.
“This is our activation song. When we are feeling depressed, experiencing anxiety and addiction we put it on. It helps us activate and ignite our inner warrior.”
“THE THUNDER” will be featured on the upcoming Elephant Heart debut album along with the already released tracks “The Digital” “Lenguas” “HIYA” and “WARFARE.” “The Digital” was recently released along with a remix package that includes Steve Aoki and more.
Call it musical serendipity. Call it spiritual harmony. Call it human oneness. However you label it, there’s a certain aura to Elephant Heart, Los Angeles’s duo who are on a mission to spread universal love and positivity through their genre-bending music and uplifting message.
Officially formed in 2016, Elephant Heart is a world electronic collective started by married couple Jason and Victoria Evigan. Rooted in their shared passion for international travels, world beats and global cultures, as well as their nonprofit organization Picture This, founded in 2014, Elephant Heart creates genre-bending music that pulls multicultural influences from far and wide. A collaborative creative unit, Elephant Heart combines the studio prowess of Jason, an award-winning singer/songwriter/producer who’s worked with Madonna, Maroon 5, David Guetta, RÜFÜS DU SOL, ZHU and Ellie Goulding, and Victoria, who serves as the group’s vocalist, songwriter, lyricist and producer.
Elephant Heart first broke out with their debut double-single “HIYA” and “WARFARE,” released in June 2018 on their independent imprint, Chumba Music. An inspiring love song about truth, “HIYA” is an uplifting “worship chant” featuring hypnotizing vocals, bright melodies and an empowering chorus. A dark yet bouncy East-meets-West fusion, “WARFARE” blends electronic components with world bass elements and exotic percussions, while addressing the issues of mental illness and the global suicide epidemic in its context.
Love is at the core of everything to do with Elephant Heart. It’s what’s driven Jason and Victoria to create an ever-evolving project aimed at promoting global awareness and enacting positive change in the world we all share. What once started as a dream between two partners today stands as a global community of like-minded individuals creating music, visual art, global collaborations and impact projects that celebrate creativity for the sake of creativity. And with new music in tow, the couple now enters the next chapter in the ongoing Elephant Heart story with full hearts and open minds.
“Following “Lenguas,” their first release in 2019, “Thunder” is another taste of what to expect on the forthcoming Elephant Heart debut album.”
Singer-songwriter Sara Diamond releases new single, “Baby” that is out now. CLICK HERE to listen.
Sara says, “I wrote baby as an outlet because I thought I had developed feelings for one of my best girlfriends.”
Over the years Sara Diamond has managed to develop a distinct sound that is perfectly in-tune with her creative and enticing gift as a songwriter. Her latest EP, Forward, was a testimony to her young and unique life and has been streamed over 3M times around the world. Sara’s most recent single, “Ride”, was premiered on Billboard and still lives on Canadian radio to this day.
This past summer she performed at Canada’s largest Music festival, Osheaga, and as a Montréal native, this was an iconic bucket list moment. Sara Diamond has been given the gift of song through her family lineage. Starting at the age of 5, singing songs on her mother children’s record label, Sara has come to appreciate the healing power of music. Sara’s goal with music is to continue to inspire others to look inwards and appreciate the myriad of feelings that come along with being human.
LA-based indie artist, Elodie Rêverie, is ready for spooky season with her latest single “Golden Ghosts”, out today. With minimalist production and an overlay of hauntingly sweet vocals, Elodie creates a new must-have single for everyone’s Halloween playlist. Elodie continues to impress with her use of words to manifest fantastical musical experiences, and “Golden Ghost” is no exception.
Elodie Rêverie is never short of creative thinking and inspiration. When creating “Golden Ghosts” she galvanized the thematic feelings of “Hotel California”. But Elodie uses her signature songwriting to allow her fans to interpret their own meanings.
With this new single, she also moved away from the electro-pop elements that have been heard in her previous tracks, such as “Gold Rush”, “Skeleton Castle”, and “Fire in the Desert”. Elodie instead creates a unique atmosphere with a haunting piano introduction – which she sampled from the Schubert piece Ständchen she admired as a child. The decision to approach the single with a pulled-back production style highlights her diversity as a producer.
“The piano introduction truly adds something extra to the track, proving that Elodie has the chops, the voice, and the depth to go far as an indie singer-songwriter.”
– Left Bank Magazine
A native of Brooklyn, Elodie began her musical journey while learning piano at a young age and surrounding herself with the records of the greats: The Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield, and Fleetwood Mac. But it wasn’t until her college years that she would begin to cultivate what has now become her signature songwriting. Since January, Elodie has officially brought her music to the public and doesn’t plan to stop.
Today, Elodie Rêverie has captured the attention of music lovers everywhere, amassing over 40K Spotify music streams with her singles “Gold Rush”, “Skeleton Castle”, and her latest track “Fire in the Desert”. With her new single “Golden Ghosts”, Elodie sets the mood for Halloween. Be sure to follow Elodie Rêverie on social media to get exclusives for the upcoming “Golden Ghosts” animated music video.
Moody, lush eclectic mix of hifi bedroom indie-pop. Call Me Up is an exploration of love in many forms. It is infused with DX7 epiano, an old DR-202 Dr. Groove, dense three-part harmonies and the kind of energy only three cuddly softies could have.
Their first single Leavin’ It All Behind was released in June with a dreamy Kate Bush-esque music video directed by Seth Mendelson and danced by Jessica Henderson. Their next single, Need A Little More, features the beautiful voice of David Ocean (Boybitch, Precious Jewel). Together, David and Brandon sing a lush unrequited love slow-jam. The music video is an intimate, visual portrait.
Formed in 2011, Toronto’s Most People infuse ‘80s and early ‘90s hifi pop to form modern indie-pop songs. Their recently completed album Call Me Up represents Most People’s shift towards a sensitive, smooth and soft, lyrically driven celebration of love.
Their second full-length album, Call Me Up is a bold third phase of Most People’s musical evolution. While their 2012 self-titled debut could have been filed under dreamy psych-pop, and their 2014-16 stream of singles bounced over to peppy electro-indie anthems. 2019 sees this trio exploring the commercial pop of their childhood. It’s not an ironic jaunt into yacht-rock – this is a deep, serious set of songs – but it’s not without Most People’s uniquely winking sense of fun and humour, either.
Call Me Up is in fact many things: a collection of gorgeous, soulful bedroom pop, ranging from slow-jam R&B ballads to new wave sing-alongs to sexy-sax-laden school-dance tracks just begging for that perfect TV show placement. It’s a celebration of the influence of great “sensual” music artists of the ‘80s and early ‘90s, from Phil Collins to George Benson to Spandau Ballet, whose work is being reevaluated in the Internet era. And it’s a declaration of a new kind of sensitive, caring, empathetic masculinity, from a group with a genderqueer frontman, Brandon Gibson-DeGroote.
Olive Louise is a singer, songwriter and composer from New York. Known for her championed ability to intertwine her classically trained background with a refreshing take on today’s contemporary pop landscape, Louise translates her vast wealth of experiences into music that is timely as it is timeless.
Growing up on the very estate that inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel The Great Gatsby in Kings Point, New York, Louise’s youth was sound‐tracked as much by the classical and jazz greats as it was by the impeccable talents of her mother, the lead pianist of the Long Island Philharmonic orchestra. While her upbringing took a tragic turn following the passing of her parents before her formative teenage years unfolded, Louise has since worked to consistently rise above, refusing to put her tragedies in front of her handshake and calling for others to get to know her through the music she creates.
New single ‘Fool’ details embracing your most authentic self and not feeling guilty about being happy in life. Louise highlights the importance of not letting others ideas of you define you, or get you down. It’s a personal narration of Louise’s own struggles, written from a dark time in her life, when she was drowning in people’s negative opinions on what she should be doing, or what she should look like. The New York native confides, “I was at a really low point in my life, I had gained weight, was too nervous to run into people I knew for fear of judgment, and felt like some of the people I had been there for the most didn’t want the best for me. It was hard to trust myself and my judgement”. ‘Fool’ is a self-love anthem which screams the attitude of ‘paint me how you want, nobody has the power to hurt me anymore’. Written with a hint of sarcasm, the track is the singer’s way of letting go of the negativity, cleansing all cynicism and showcasing her new IDGAF demeanor. She declares, “I’m confident in my skin, I’m confident in myself and I trust that I’ll always find my way”.
Mixed by Andrew Wuepper (Justin Beiber) and mastered by Chris Gehringer (Beyonce, Rihanna, Cardi B, Lady Gaga) the track showcases ethereal soundscapes, floating synths and layered vocal harmonies. The stunning minimalistic instrumentation creates a powerful and eerie atmosphere which is sure to resonate with listeners.
Louise explains how writing for her is a form of therapy and that allowing herself to be completely transparent and vulnerable with others has enabled her push boundaries, coming out stronger than she ever has before. The songstress hopes that her music will inspire others to let go of whatever is holding them back and start being their true selves, sharing “I hope it inspires people to embrace the beauty in what makes them different and offers them new perspective. I believe that when you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change”. ‘Fool’ is out now.
Troi says “Lost Angels is a post-coming of age album. It’s not about your first heartbreak. It’s about picking up the pieces once you realize you broke your own heart. It’s about finding strength and leaving behind old ideas and people.”
Tall Heights have relentlessly built a career from the ground up. Starting as buskers on the streets of Boston and now performing in packed venues across North America, Europe, and beyond, the duo has distilled their sound in an organic and unselfconscious way. The unmistakable DNA of their music draws on many elements, but the blend of their two distinct voices, in both harmony and unison, is what elevates it and separates it from the pack.
Hailing from the Boston area, Paul Wright and Tim Harrington met each other in their hometown of Sturbridge through Tim’s older brother. The friendship blossomed in high school when they both took up the guitar and began working on music together. It didn’t take long for them to see the potential hidden in these casual jam sessions. As Paul recalls, “Tim transformed from kid brother to musical collaborator over the course of a summer.”
Tall Heights is now set to release two highly-anticipated singles, ‘Keeps Me Light’ and ‘Under Your Skin’, both mixed by Grammy-nominated engineer Damien Lewis. Following on the success of their viral single ‘Spirit Cold’, this new material captures a similar authentic and meaningful energy, but also shows a side we have not yet seen of the pair. The self-produced project, recorded in their simple home studio, captures that raw moment between albums, delivering some of their most honest and heartfelt work to date. Written and recorded in a reflective lull between hectic periods of touring, the new tracks reaffirm Tall Heights’ commitment to a singular sound and an equally rare friendship.
‘Under Your Skin’ rides a wave of ethereal harmony, creating a mesmeric atmosphere of nostalgia. The introspective track, which features additional vocals from Berklee College of Music’s Upper Structure, is a song for the next generation. It was written when Harrington was expecting his first child and completed soon after his son was born. Around that same time, Wright’s brother had a daughter too. It was a moment of reckoning for Tall Heights, a moment to peek over the partition into posterity. In their words, “It’s a reflection on living. It’s about the joy of welcoming a new human into existence, and the heartache of bringing them into a frightening, twisted world. We liked the word play of “under your skin” being both a reference to blood relation, AND how dads get under their kids’ skin”.
With ‘Keeps Me Light’, they explore the sense of safety felt in friendship. Even as humankind marches on into darkness, there will always be a safe space in the heart of a friend. The track showcases a rich string arrangement, additional a cappella vocals from Upper Structure, and features Harrington’s parlor-sized resonator guitar, which gives it a bluesy, almost Southern grit. Together, the two tracks give audiences an intimate look at a poignant and potent time in the lives of both artists.
Combining Paul’s lifetime of classical training, Harrington’s spontaneous artistic instincts, and the prismatic union of their unique voices, Tall Heights’ sonic imprint is in a category all its own.
Tall Heights’ recordings have amassed over 275 million streams. They regularly serve as Ben Folds’ backing band, and have toured alongside CAKE, Judah & the Lion, Colony House, and The Paper Kites. They’ve also performed on both Conan in 2016 and CBS Saturday Morning in 2018.