John-Robert is one of the most talented young singers I’ve heard in a while and if you only check out one of his tracks, you need to watch his acoustic video for “Strangers”.
TÖME’s “Kickback” is the smoothest track of the summer. The single is one of the most chill songs I’ve heard in months, and it feels sun-drenched; like it was made for the most relaxed day of the year.
Singer and songwriter Norine Braun’s new single, “Sleeping Buffalo,” is music that resonates, with an earthy and rich mood that’s deeply rooted in the land and its history.
Michigan-born folk-pop singer & songwriter Hope Waidley has an incredible striking voice, and her new single “To My Mother” exudes confidence, with a story that’s heartfelt and powerful.
Silky and sweet, Emily James’ single “Foreign Land” is a modern pop ballad from an up-and-coming singer with a passionate style.
Sara Kays and “Rich Boy” are exactly what my playlist needed. Kays has a transcendent voice, and her enthralling single “Rich Boy” is effortless, and confidant.
We’re gearing up for a fresh new year of Fresh Indies, and to kick things off, we’re featuring a few singles we loved from the end of 2018. Featured artists include Dermot Kennedy, Whyte Tygers, Matt Nathanson, ASHS, AmPm, and Gone Gone Beyond.
Just listen to that beat. Anavae’s “Afraid” is a slick, rock anthem that’s a little brooding, and plenty moody.
Vancouver’s Hollow Twin are Emmalee Watts and Rebecca Wosk, a folk rock duo with a love of classic music, and it shows in their mesmerizing, cinematic cover of Blue Oyster Cult’s “(Don’t Fear) The Reaper”.
ShyBoy’s “Backroom” could be right out of an 80s club, fusing post-disco with contemporary pop, and fresh dance beats for a song that feels timelessly fun.