Nine “fresh n’ Green”, ultra tasty tunes to feed your music appetite. We are pretty confident, you don’t wanna miss those ones right?

Welll – ‘Tobias’

About Welll

Welll is an electronica producer from Bristol, UK. His sound is typified by layered driven synths, haunting pads, rolling rhythms and deep bass creating epic electronic landscapes constantly building, twisting and evolving with cinematic tension.

Welll grew up in Bristol coming of age in the height of the Drum and Bass boom of the early nineties. First musical foray was as an emcee, performing in a variety of crews and bands throughout Bristol. He took up producing primarily due to not being able to find the beats he wanted to emcee on. He soon unlocked a real love for producing, realising quickly that the best way to get the sound he was looking for was to do it himself. Since that realisation he has gone from strength to strength, influenced heavily by the sound of his home City, such as Massive Attack, Represent, Fuck Buttons, Phaeleh and Joker just to name a few…

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A.O. Gerber – ‘In the Morning’

About A.O. Gerber

Coming from a life characterized by luscious terrain and a childhood influenced by her father’s affinity for jazz, L.A. based, North County born A.O. Gerber (AKA Olivia Gerber) creates savory melodic soundscapes with her ethereal vocals and lush arrangements.

Over the years and in a myriad of settings—from her childhood in the Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest, to her years spent in New York City and rural Vermont—A.O. Gerber has worked diligently on her music privately and with intimate groups of collaborators. But after self-releasing her first EP, Fathers, she began to explore herself sonically and collaboratively. Soon after moving to LA, Gerber began playing songs with a friend, which lead to the eventual meeting of her backing band as it currently exists—her own little community in a sprawling and lonely city. Since then, she’s made her mark on the L.A. music community as a performer and collaborator—sharing bills with Sharon Silva (of The Wild Reeds), Rosie Tucker, Field Medic, Pavo Pavo, Johanna Samuels, Night Shop, and Sofia Wolfson and performing as a backup singer and bassist for local bands including runnner, Green Gerry and Derek Ted. Her and her band (which includes Alex Onate on drums, Danny Campos on bass, Chris Pucher on guitar and gg singing backup) have become known for their captivating live shows, with dreamy guitar soundscapes, amplified by gg’s intricate live vocal processing, and Gerber’s arresting and raw vocal performance, which travels seamlessly from an intimate whisper to an uninhibited belt.

In her work, this singer-songwriter vividly catalogs vulnerability and the complexity of emotion. You feel the honesty in which her voice breaks through. With a passion and yearning for the many places she’s called home, A.O. Gerber’s inspirations run deep and wide. Drawing from inside herself and those around her, her tunes ooze with psychic dexterity, intimate decadence, and fringe-lying inflections. Her hard-pressed lyrics contain immersive imagery, allowing listeners to melt into the words.

A.O. Gerber is currently at work on her first full-length album, co-produced by her and Madeline Kenney.

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Pyramid Tropic – ‘How Long Is Now’

About Pyramid Tropic

Fueled by late nights in basement studios and frequent runs to the local café for coffee, Pyramid Tropic is a study in contrasts. One member is known as the singer/songwriter of a Toronto-based indie pop band while the other is recognized for designing music production software used by programmers working with Bjork, Coldplay and Depeche Mode. The chemistry was instant and the creative rush resulted in a flood of tracks being completed in their respective studios.

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The Sweet Serenades – ‘City lights’

About The Sweet Serenades

Swedish ex-duo (now a one man-band) that made more than a 100 shows at Swedish prisons before releasing their album debut 2009. The Sweet Serenades was formed 2005 in Stockholm by Martin Nordvall and Mathias Näslund. With their album debut “Balcony Cigarettes” (2009) the band established a sound based on simple chords, strong melodies and big emotions. Their songs have travelled around the world thanks to touring, blog buzz and placements in TV-shows such as Grey’s Anatomy and The Fosters. With the following releases HELP ME! (2012), Stand by Me EP (2013) and Animals (2015) The Sweet Serenades have gradually gone from Indie rock with a taste of garage to a more atmospheric and soft sound; Arena-Indie designed for small clubs. Mathias Näslund left the band in 2014 and The Sweet Serenades have since then been a one man band. The Sweet Serenades will release their 4th album “City Lights” March 27 2020 .

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Jody Glenham – ‘Talking Out Loud’

About Jody Glenham

Called ‘One of the local music scene’s MVP’ by the Vancouver Sun, Jody Glenham fuses hazy vintage tones with modern songwriting that wistfully drifts the listener into a vivid altered reality. Initially drawing comparisons to 90s band Mazzy Star and the more contemporary Sharon Van Etten, Jody and her band, The Dreamers, have crafted a powerful live show that leaves audiences spellbound. Her dark alto texture gives her work a celestial, surreal quality, making her the perfect fit to headline two sold out shows at the HR Macmillan Space Centre earlier this year. With her last EP hitting #1 on CiTR’s 101.9 FM’s charts, several of her tracks have been featured on multiple TV series and a shoe was named after her by John Fluevog himself. Glenham, born on Friday the 13th of all days, is currently in the studio working on her next album with producers Raymond Richards (Local Natives, LCD Soundsystem) and Louise Burns (Gold & Youth, Lillix).

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The Blessed Isles – ‘Gone’

About The Blessed Isles

The Blessed Isles is Nolan Thies and Aaron Closson—one part Brooklyn, New York and one part Dallas, Texas. After the duo’s full-length release in 2016, Closson began experiencing dizzy spells and headaches, symptoms that soon led to a diagnosis of a brain tumor. After a successful craniotomy, Closson slowly resumed sharing ideas with Thies. The resulting music documents the period of uncertainty following his health crisis, as well as the dissolution of his marriage.

The new music showcases a wider range of electronic instrumentation and expands on the band’s signature sound. While the broadened sonic palette lends texture and depth to the compositions, the focused songwriting remains the centerpiece. Tuneful and meditative, the songs voice defiance in the face of adversity. The Havoc EP is due out spring of 2020 on Ephemeral Arts.

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LLORA – ‘Bad Behavior’

About LLORA

Emerging from the Dallas’ burgeoning underground, LLORA is the solo project of synth-pop vocalist and producer Llandon Broadhead whose enigmatic persona meets head-on with cold, driving dance beats on their debut single “Bad Behavior.” LLORA’s extravagant wardrobe and passionate live performance go beyond catchy pop bangers for an immersive experience with both wide and deep appeal. This exciting new voice in electronic music speaks to analog enthusiasts and dedicated club kids alike with impressive production skills reinforcing their haunting vocals and provocative lyrics.

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Tiny Tree – ‘The Other II’

About Tiny Tree

Tiny Tree – “A two man army of riffs and thunder”

Tiny Tree – Formed in December 2017, Tiny Tree is the powerhouse duo of Addison Eilers (Guitar/Vocals), and Paul Jensen (Drums, Samples, Keys).

Known for their “Blissful and sedate atmospheres” that blend with “aggressive rhythms and murderous riffs,” the band, even though only made up of two musicians manufactures a wall of sound that the listener will soon not forget.

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Opus Orange – ‘Take Another Step’

About Opus Orange

Opus Orange is the recording project of LA-based Paul Bessenbacher. Natural rhythms, noisy electric guitar, buzzy synths, acoustic guitar, infectious pop melodies, and group vocals make up the memorable indie-pop sound of Opus Orange.

Also an esteemed composer for film and TV, PB’s work has appeared in feature films by Joss Whedon & Catherine Hardwicke, documentaries like Mile, Mile & a Half, TV shows like Broad City, Younger, Grey’s Anatomy and The Detour. Collaborators include Eleni Mandell, Thao Nguyen, Tim Booth (James), Lauren Hillman (Kotomi), Emy Reynolds, and Joe Gil, Bernard Chadwick (Loud Forest) and Rachel Chadwick (Loud Forest).

Christos Doukakis