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

HARLOW – ‘Dirty Mouth’

About HARLOW

Upon first impression, it is easy to see that promising new Pop artist HARLOW just has that “special something” about her. Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, this magnetic singer is sure to strike you with her emotive style and warm undertones. Combine that with her spunky pop-driven tracks, and you are sure to be adding HARLOW songs to your playlist on repeat.

With an alluring authenticity and charming “old soul” personality it is plain to see why this artist has drawn some massive attention online, specifically on the app TikTok, where she has landed nearly 70k Followers and amassed over 1 million Likes on that platform alone. Prior to her success on the app she had been posting cover videos online and managed catch the eye of some prominent Nashville executives and soon found herself working with Grammy-nominated writers and producers creating her first single “Haunted Houses” and just released “Dirty Mouth.”

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2012 Bid Adieu – ‘Sanity’

About 2012 Bid Adieu

Forging their own genre of anti-pop meets electronic hip-hop, 2012 Bid Adieu takes the scene, seeking to upset traditional means of production. The band strikes a delicate balance between the organic and the electronic, the danceable and the downtempo. 2012 Bid Adieu achieves a high-water mark that feels years in the making, injecting raw unpredictability into a sound that is typically defined by its slick studio sheen Their debut album received critical acclaim from sites such as the Washington Post, Okayplayer, Respect Magazine, and BBC1.

As everyone adjusts to new realities amid the coronavirus pandemic, 2012 Bid Adieu is following up with a brand new EP titled, reCAPTCHA, delivering music that lands nourishingly between the realms of rap, pop, and R&B.

2012 Bid Adieu is a group that insists on redrawing lines, and reclaiming the idea the “artist” by bringing in a number of collaborators and influences. With their debut release, the imaginative crew continues to introduces the world to a fresh ideology, and music that speaks directly to the Nintendo Generation, but can appreciated by listeners of all kinds.

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Basic Comfort – ‘Fed Up’

About Basic Comfort

Basic Comfort is Kalamazoo, Michigan’s Synth Pop, Indie Rock slap in the face for social justice. They tackle a wide range of issues like growing up with brown skin in America to gender fluidity. Their soul touching lyrics are woven between lush, jazzy synth chords and guitar licks that get stuck in your head for weeks. Basic Comfort is everything that is good about being a 20-something, while contemplating the struggles, like student debt.

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Monster Rally – ‘Submersible’

About Monster Rally

Monster Rally is the musical and visual project of Cleveland native Ted Feighan. Inspired by vintage exotica, world music and the plants & animals of the natural world, Monster Rally’s music takes listeners on cinematic journeys through lush imaginary landscapes, both familiar and foreign. A visual artist as well, Feighan’s collage art is the perfect accompaniment to the sounds, creating a colorful world all its own.

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Neu Sierra – ‘For the Last Time’

About Neu Sierra

Born and baptized in the wake of the original Copenhagen punk scene, the raw and gloomy streets echo in Neu Sierra’s sensuous and poetic music. With one part grace, one part filth and one part autoharp, Neu Sierra fuses sparse elements to create grand soundscapes.

Neu Sierra’s much anticipated first EP is set for an April release, and she is already booked to play several shows in 2021.

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AERI – ‘What If’

About AERI

AERI (she/her) is a queer, Korean-American singer-songwriter based in Brooklyn who unlocks vulnerability as a source of healing and empowerment. Inspired by artists such as Phoebe Bridgers, Frank Ocean and Nao, AERI exposes inner dialogues with an alternative, ambient and pop-R&B atmosphere. Currently, AERI is collaborating with queer Asian and BIPOC communities to foster healing and amplify defiant narratives around identity.

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Alex Runo – ‘Devil’

About Alex Runo

Raised on a mixture of soul, gospel, rock and blues, Alex Runo has since added to his repertoire a set of flavors developed from working with the likes of Måns Zelmerlöw, Carola, Jill Johnson and Tingsek.

After touring for almost twenty years as a background singer, bass player and guitarist all over the world with many renowned artists (Shirley Clamp, Uno Svenningsson, Robin Stjernberg, Lisa Miskovsky), as well as writing and producing music for several established acts (Super Junior, TVXQ, Cho Yong-pil), it was high time he release something of his own.

Together with longtime colleague and funk/soul producer Jay Birch, Alex creates music with notes from all their combined influences, from Ray Charles via Sly Stone to Nine Inch Nails and Peter Gabriel. The music may be rooted in soul, but having made a career as a chameleon singer and multi-instrumentalist, you can hear a variety of influences in the compositions.

The element of surprise is essential, but most of all, this is music that is meant to make you feel something.

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Driving South – ‘Dog Trap Road’

About Driving South

Driving South were formed in Sydney, 2018 from the remnants of a couple of other bands that faded away. The members started to jam together and after working on some original songs, decided to form Driving South and start playing gigs.

Recently with less gigs and time to reflect on a number of songs that they’ve written and rehearsed, they decided to do some demo recordings and try and capture their live sound.

Music ranges from alt country to jazz to new wave to indie rock and pop

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Ten Kills The Pack – ‘Only Thinking of You’

About Ten Kills The Pack

Sean Sroka, the Toronto-based songwriter behind the contemporary folk project Ten Kills The Pack, has made his mark in recent years by blending together literate, poetic observances and incisive musings on the human condition with cunningly composed and hard-hitting songcraft and instrumentation. His acclaimed 2019 debut release, Force Majeure, introduced his talents through the lens of a defined Toronto cityscape and its cosmopolitan hustle, bustle, beauty, and heartache.

Now, with his latest EP Life, Death, & Afterwards, Sroka has expanded his scope to focus on even bigger targets—a search for interpersonal purpose, and the clarity that comes from space and growth—while losing none of the intimacy nor observant expressiveness for which Ten Kills The Pack has become known. Produced by Dave Cerminara (Father John Misty, Cold War Kids, Dawes), Life, Death, & Afterwards realizes the potential of his debut to deliver on all promised levels. By expertly weaving together profoundly universal themes to which all listeners can relate with razor sharp songwriting plus lush and layered organic sounds, Sroka has established Ten Kills The Pack as one of modern folk music’s leading voices.

Christos Doukakis