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

Dirtsa – ‘Give It Right Back’

About Dirtsa

Dirtsa is a 23-year-old artist originally from Douala, Cameroon and now resides in Toulouse, France. From writing, to singing, to rapping, to painting, to poetry, to reading, Dirtsa is the modern-day definition of a Renaissance person and cannot be boxed into one certain category. The way in which her pen and her mind collaborate is her focus of creation. Dirtsa’s music represents a duty of story-telling and remembrance to not only her ancestors, but to all people who have fought and continue to fight for racial injustice all around the world.

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Eli Gosling – ‘Alien’

About Eli Gosling

Eli’s songwriting starts with verses dancing around in his head before he pulls the melody and lyrics into the track. A love of contemporary artists from Post Malone to Juice Wrld along with the 90’s hip hop scene continues to influence the artists creative vision. An expressive series of artworks have been designed and created by the artist to accompany each release.

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JordyBoy – ‘Out the Box’

About JordyBoy

The young rapper from Montreal is about to become the new voice of a generation. JordyBoy is barely 20 years old and is only starting to enter the world of rap music but he is already attracting a lot of attention thanks to his incredible charisma, his catchy melodies and his touching lyrics. He is a born hitmaker and has spent the last few months in the studio with legendary producers such as Ruffsound (Loud, Coeur de pirate, Dua Lipa), Myztiko (Daddy Yankee, Nicky Jam), Los Audio Kimikos (Ken-Y, Cruzito, La Kikada), Dunnï & Drama for Nothin But Hits LLC (50 Cent, Sean Kingston), Tim Buron (Charlotte Cardin) and Toosik (5Sang14, White-B, Lost).

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Zoë Ferguson – ‘stop asking my friends about me’

About Zoë Ferguson

Zoë Ferguson began writing songs as a freshman as a way to cope with high school experiences and breakups. Her father, musician/singer Bart Ferguson, is a familiar performer in the Portland music scene where Zoë grew up with music and songwriting in her blood. Teaching herself piano, Zoë self-recorded and uploaded some of her tunes to SoundCloud, which launched her journey as an original artist. After she was chosen to participate in Atlantic Records’ and APG, EMERGE program, Zoë continued to develop her unique voice, recording demos in a studio where her passion for performance and composition only grew. With the help of professional producers her sound came to life, and at age 17, her first single as an independent artist, “Dip”, proudly showcases her talents as a singer/songwriter in the bedroom/electro pop genre.

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Lara Mrgic – ‘Hey Honey’

About Lara Mrgic

Cultivated through her love of film and taste in a plethora of music. Mrgic has somehow bridged the gap of Cinematic and alternative music creating an electric sound and genre classified as Cinematic- Alternative. Mrgic has said that the album is “A story about Mishaps, Mistakes, and love.” and it has allowed her to grow and heal herself.

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Chinara – ‘The Way’

About Chinara

Chinara is an R&B/Soul singer-songwriter. She was born in College Station, Texas, and grew up in Waukegan, Illinois. Chinara began songwriting and singing for her family at the age of three. She continued to develop her skills as a singer-songwriter through vocal training and constantly writing new music. Chinara made her debut as a solo artist in New York City at Nublu151 in 2019. Her musical inspiration derives from artists such as Stevie Wonder, Amy Winehouse, and Alicia Keys. Chinara continues to write heartfelt songs through personal lyrics, vocal complexity, and dynamic melodies.

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Edward the First – ‘Renaissancing’

About Edward the First

Edward the First (Edward Miskie) had set out to be a pop/rock singer as a teen only to find the veneer of the industry tarnished with each step towards the hustle. He then redirected to musical theatre, finding himself performing all over the country.

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Ali Coyle – ‘Jacaranda’

About Ali Coyle

Santa Ana based singer-songwriter Ali Coyle has an uncanny ability to create introspective yet relatable indie pop. Her music is best described as cinematic poems, each song taking influence from photographic memories of nature and of the human experience. From self doubt, finding your identity, achieving forgiveness and healing, Ali Coyle succeeds in crafting songs that inspire us all to ask the tough questions to reach deeper meaning.

Ali Coyle grew up as a first generation Irish American in Orange County, California. From an early age, she gravitated to music and performance, learning classical violin and then ultimately the guitar, where she found her freedom of expression. After a life changing trip abroad to Ireland at 17, Ali connected with her roots and began to write and sing folk music in her first band. Soon later, Ali met her musical mentor and collaborator, producer Dave Tweedie, who is an intricate part of her life, and musical journey. After moving to east Los Angeles and performing in a series of bands while living in an artist warehouse, Ali’s community was ultimately separated from each other. Feeling drained and disheartened, the singer/songwriter moved to Santa Ana where she faced an “epic existential crisis”. Channeling these intense emotions and struggles, she soon began to write and record her debut EP Songs for My Therapist.

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DeLaurentis – ‘Be A Woman’

About DeLaurentis

As a little girl she would watch her dad playing music, and quickly understood that musical notes would spring up and fly away from her arms, her hands, her fingers. The music was a part of her.
With this revelation, the sky opened up to her.

After several years in the Conservatory, she came back home, to her room, where alone, she learned from her new strange friends : keyboards, machines, and computers.
She worked. A lot. With strength and temper, pleasure and ease.
This young woman progressively become DeLaurentis.

Her first two EPs came out when she came to Paris. She started to get noticed. She caught the eye of many with videoclips, like A big part of a big sun, but also a few of her tracks have been used in commercials and American TV shows.

Contemporary and vintage synthesizers mixed with the piano, loops and arpeggios creating sound walls around her melodies.

She builds a wall around her melodies where old and modern synthesizers, pianos, loops and arpeggios mix together.

We discover her universe, her « electro-cinematic » music, bright and dark at the same time.

Christos Doukakis