Listen to Fresh Indies Vol. 10, with a round-up of six incredible independent artists, including Dez Money, Yaysh, Sam Callahan, Shaun Frank, George Taylor, and Skrizzly Adams.
Accolades’ “Electric Groove” is a fun, fresh, and funky jazz extravaganza, featuring a jaw-dropping trumpet solo by Caban jazz star Alexis Baro, and a whole lot of love for their home town.
Coleman Hell is back with “Killer” new music. Following his massive hit “2 Heads” the artist’s two new singles are moody and electric, with a style that is unmistakably Coleman Hell.
“We traveled 1,618 miles to write a song about coming back home,” Kansas City alt-rockers Yes You Are said. “This song was inspired, in a dark LA studio, by the idea of someone that’s worth waiting for, and became a plea for the wait to be over soon.”
Jade Mya releases her new single “This Girl Don’t” this week, and it’s a sassy, bold new track from the Canadian singer who fuses country and rock with rootsy beats, electric guitar, and strong vocals.
Fresh Indies returns with six new tracks from six up-and-coming artists, including WESLEE, Ramz, Jules, Cattle & Cane, Emilie Mover, and Grace Kelly.
ORKID’s “So Rude” is a danceable, electro-pop track about bad behaviour that’s cathartic for anyone who has had a bad day because of one person’s attitude. If you’ve been in a relationship with someone that rude, it may even hit close to home, but the catchy single has a different origin story.
Colin Huntley released a trio of new singles this spring, and I love them all, but “Believe” is my favorite new track by the up-and-coming singer and songwriter from Nashville. Maybe that’s just the romantic in me, but it’s a sweet, yet sadly yearning love song that’s beautifully written and performed.
Felix Cartal’s “Worry” is a dance hit made for summer. The track channels that pure feeling of patio weather, cruising, beaches, and the dance floor with vocals by Victoria Zaro that are grounded and gorgeously melancholy. The song feels like a release that’s all about putting your troubles aside to go further, enjoy the moment, and then push onwards.
Sophia Danai’s “Come Thru” is a soulful fighter’s song, by an artist who has made it through a tumultuous time in her life to create music that is all her own. The singer and songwriter found her own path, and the track is a personal, rootsy reflection on that time in her life.