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

Disco Shrine – ‘xoxo’

About Disco Shrine

Los Angeles born pop sensation Disco Shrine, aka Persian Barbie, is unapologetically herself. This firecracker, known as a songwriter, world-traveling DJ, and event curator is ready to share her debut xoxo, disco EP!

Nothing shines brighter in 2020 than self-love and confidence, and the xoxo, disco EP is just that. The xoxo, disco project chronicles what a 20-something’s dating life in Los Angeles looks like. “xoxo, disco is a love letter to myself where I tell myself that it’s okay to feel lonely one day and like a bad bitch the next day,” Shrine explains. xoxo, disco is an honest reflection—from fun and uplifting tracks to raw emotion, Disco captures the magic of her tribulations in a special way.

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Celso – ‘Someday’ ft. Jessica Totaro

About Celso

Celso is an American Rapper and Songwriter. He was born in Miami,FL and raised across the map in New Orleans & Honduras. As of 2020 Celso’s lead way includes but is not limited to appearances in Rude Boy Magazine, a publication in Asia, AXS.TV as well as a notable interview spread in La Prensa, the national newspaper of Honduras.

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BRANDEUS – ‘Si’ (feat. Mikey G)

About BRANDEUS

Originally from Australia, BRANDEUS, otherwise known as Brandon Williams, an all-rounded artist, singer, songwriter and producer offers an atmospheric blend of RnB, Abstract Pop and Hip-Hop. Known for ‘War’ and ‘IDTM’, delving into personal experiences and passion, with this new wave Hip-Hop sound, BRANDEUS is bound to make his mark.

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Vocab Slick – ‘Speak My Language’ (feat. Starski)

About Vocab Slick

Vocab Slick’s passion for music and Hip-Hop is infectious. In addition to dropping critically acclaimed solo projects and with groups Distant Relatives and the Juxtones, he co-founded the highly successful Slap Frost tour featuring the likes of Planet Asia, Locksmith, and Chino XL, among others. And he’s accomplished this in the face of personal loss and struggles, which have only motivated him to continue creating important, gripping Hip-Hop. As Vocab says himself, “I took that pain and poured it into my music.”

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Pushing Daizies – ‘Want It To End’

About Pushing Daizies

Pushing Daizies is the pseudonym of two US-based dance music producers joining forces. The enigmatic duo makes groovy, bass-heavy, electronic dance music that creates an emotional roller coaster, pulling at the heartstrings of its listeners. The project, which initially began as multiple collaborations between the two artists, transpired as their synergy saw no end in sight. “Once we found our rhythm, we knew we had something special. It was bigger than just a few singles. I guess you could say that the project was an accident in the greatest way possible,” said one of the producers. The term “pushing daisies” refers to the flowers that grow over a burial plot when someone dies, which is symbolic of the cycles of life and death, light and dark. Said differently, when someone dies, life is created. We can’t wait to hear what’s next!

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Dräger – ‘The Villain You Need’

About Dräger

Dräger is the ethos of Spencer Draeger’s dystopian modern era. With his hand on the pulse of a generation saturated in anxiety and melancholia, part satirical, part sarcastic but overall playful—Spencer takes a light hand to the heavy themes of technology, love, and society at the precipice of a new world. He writes, produces, records, and mixes all his music in his home studio in Brooklyn, taking influence from the driving rhythms of late 70s punk, synth-heavy pop of the 80s, and dashed with a touch of alternative soul. All videos are written, directed, and edited solo as well to fulfill an undiluted vision all the way through. With a new LP on the horizon for 2021, Dräger is setting out to talk about the hardships of the modern world and present them in a way that could soundtrack a party.

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Valeree – ‘Broke’

About Valeree

Known as Valeree, 24-year-old soul/pop artist Megan Mortensen hails originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, citing influences such as Etta James and Amy Winehouse. Valeree grew up performing in various theatres in Pittsburgh, while simultaneously developing a pattern of substance abuse throughout her early teens. At sixteen, following an arrest and hospitalization, Valeree was sent to a rehabilitation facility in Los Angeles, CA. She turned to songwriting as a form of therapy, eventually becoming a crucial fixture in her path to self-discovery. She remained in Los Angeles and began playing gigs around the city in the following years, while continuing to hone her songwriting skills. In 2019, Valeree began collaborating with producers and fellow songwriters Adam Allison and Danny Balistocky in to create her debut project, a series of five singles, including debut single “Masochist”. Her signature soulful vocals deliver themes of complex, multifaceted women in relationships, substance abuse, and introspective self-analysis, wrapped in a modern-meets-vintage sound with notable influences of R&B, Motown, Blues, & Soul.

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SYML – ‘STAY CLOSE’

About SYML

Brian Fennell is a self-taught producer, programmer and engineer as well as guitarist, percussionist and classically trained pianist with deep roots in the Pacific Northwest. SYML, Welsh for ‘simple’ and pronounced ‘sim-muhl,’ is Fennell’s solo project after departing from the Seattle indie-rock band Barcelona, which he started shortly after college and toured with for over a decade. He shared his self-titled debut in 2019 and the wordless EP You Knew It Was Me in November 2020.

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Jupiter Gray – ‘Godiva Diva’

About Jupiter Gray

Jupiter Gray was born and raised in Columbus, OH. Without many resources, Jupiter would often find herself searching for ways to put herself out there. Her family wanted her to do sports, but this wasn’t where her heart was.

After trying out a few different productive activities, eventually she discovered her artistic side. She was always completely captured by how music was made. She taught herself to play guitar, and eventually picked up the keyboard. Jupiter was active in her school band, choir, and theater in middle and high school, and transitioned to rapping and singing her freshman year.

One day she was playing the piano and her music teacher heard her performing and told her she needed to join the choir! After that, she was so in love with voice as an instrument, she dropped the instruments to focus solely on choir. Her junior year of high school, her friends started getting into rap, and she started doing freestyles with her friends at lunch. After auditioning for the prestigious art school, Fort Hayes Arts Academy, she got in! That year, she did her first live show as a solo rapper.

She continued performing in local clubs in Columbus, and got the opportunity to be interviewed on a local radio station. This led to her performance at her first Pride show in Columbus. She went on to speak at Governer’s Ball to talk about LGBTQ rights. She would go on to release her first single in 2017, Lil Loco Coco, which prompted attention from a major record label. However, after publicly announcing her transition, the label lost contact, and instead, Jupiter decided to drop her first EP on her own, Flowasis.

She was featured in True Q Magazine as the face of Trans Awareness Month in November 2018. She went on to perform at World Pride for the 50th anniversary of Pride in NYC.

After dropping her single Villian, she signed with Trans Trenderz in 2020 and has since been featured in publications including Grammy.com, Them, NewNowNext, and Paper Magazine.

Jupiter’s music is filled with incredible lyrical prowess and flow. While it is very direct, her metaphors and clever punchlines keep it entertaining and powerful. Her music mixes trap with elements of afro-trap and house music.

Christos Doukakis