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

Karim Dabo – ‘Silence’

About Karim Dabo

Canadian-French-Senegalese, Karim Charles Dabo of his real name, embodies the artist citizen of the world who upsets the borders thanks to committed but always humanist texts. Singer, guitarist and percussionist, he explores his sensitivity to create a singular and authentic link with his audience. His texts reflect a humanist approach, carried by acoustic instrumentation with Western and African atmospheres. Natural Acoustic Music, as Karim Dabo likes to define it. The artist is the recipient of the prestigious Francofolies de Montréal favorite prize (Muz 2019) and 8 favorite prizes, including Mundial Montreal (at the Festival vue sur lalève and Muz 2014). In June 2019 he was noticed on the international scene of the Montreal Jazz Festival on which he will collaborate with singer Daby Touré.

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Annie Elise – ‘Gonna Be Alright’

About Annie Elise

Through a life of seeing sounds and hearing color, 21 year old electronic artist and producer Annie Elise is inspired by her synesthesia. Originally a classically trained violinist, Annie’s interest in electronic music stems from the neurological condition, even referring to herself as a “conductor for color” as she creates music that produces colors that she likes to see.

After giving a talk about synesthesia at TEDxLancaster that has gained over 115k+ views, she has been an active songwriter, producer, engineer, and instrumentalist for a number of different artists and projects. Now focusing on her own artist project, Annie is ready to show the electronic music scene all that she has to offer. As an active producer for Dawn Patrol Music in Los Angeles with over 3 million views on TikTok, the world has only just begun to hear the sounds (and colors) of Annie Elise.

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Lung’s poetry – ‘Golden Kingdom’

About Lung’s poetry

Musician and composer, Lung’s poetry is a French artist from Lyon, capital of French gastronomy.

Born in Colombia she very young realises the importance of communicating with different languages and music.

This young multi-instrumentalist (piano, flute and electronic instruments) creates a varied musical universe influenced by classical, rap, swing, pop and film music.

The lyrics are used as a formidable weapon to raise awareness of societal problems: coexistence, listening to each other, critical sense and knowing oneself. She both sings in Shakespeare and Molière’s language.

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DAS ELITE – ‘Torment’

About DAS ELITE

DAS ELITE is the personal, electronic outfit of renowned Swedish producer and mixer Andreas Ahlenius.

The emotional soundscape is influenced by life, Scandinavia, vagabondism and a feeling of not really belonging anywhere and everywhere.

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Anchen Ji – ‘Stars’

About Anchen Ji

Anchen studied vocal performance and music business at Berklee College of Music’s online division, where she learned how to become the author of her life story.

Anchen Ji worked with talented Berklee alumni Chengcheng (Troy) Tang and Tyller Bolton on STARS which tells a romantic tale of hope between two separated lovers. No matter their obstacles and difficulties, the lovers will be together in the end. The track was produced by Tang and composed by Tang and Bolton in collaboration with Anchen Ji.

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Nothing In Common – ‘A Little Bit Better’

About Nothing In Common

Nothing In Common is the Stockholm formed Indie Alternative Rock band comprising 24-year-old singer, guitarist, and main writer Alice Edstrom, guitarist Pelle Sundin, and drummer Bo Bjorkman. After meeting in 2018, the band’s name came about after realising how vastly different all three band member’s tastes in music were.

Nothing in Common is signed with record label Flak Records and has been producing music under the label for the past two years. After the release of their debut EP, Kicking Myself, the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the band having to cancel their first tour in Sweden. As the result of not being able to tour, Nothing In Common spent the year in isolation – writing, recording, and producing new music.

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Trebor – ‘Rewrite Wrongs’

About Trebor

Born as Robert Jude Abramson, Trebor grew up in Union City, New Jersey. Trebor started writing at a very young age. Writing plays and short stories in school was one thing he was genuinely interested in. By age eight, Trebor began to write very basic songs for fun with basic rhymes until he heard rappers like Eminem and Kendrick Lamar that showed him that you can do much more with words than what he was writing. From that point on, Trebor continued to improve his craft, making many songs over the past years. However, it wasn’t until only recently with his first track, I Wish, where he felt that it was right to start his rap career. Trebor creates rap songs that are a lot more personal so listeners can relate more. Trebor released his debut album, Midnight Mindset, on May 31st, 2019.

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Michael O. – ‘Japa’

About Michael O.

Michael O., (www.themichaelo.com) is a singer, songwriter, performer and producer who harnesses his personal and cultural influences to create a powerful sound all his own.

Born on January 8th, 1990 in New York City and raised in Portland, Maine, Michael’s upbringing fused American, African American, and Nigerian culture to create the multi-faceted artist he is today.

In 2008, Michael was accepted to Dartmouth, where he double majored in Global Health and History. There he joined an acapella singing group, The Dartmouth Aires, and led them to a second place finish on NBC’s “The Sing Off”. With over 6.5 million viewers weekly, Michael wowed audiences and was even dubbed “incredible” and “timeless” by Ben Folds of Ben Folds Five, and “a freaking superstar” by Boyz II Men’s Shawn Stockman.

After graduating, Michael immediately moved to Los Angeles and released his first EP, “In the Beginning”, in 2013. Within 24 hours of its official release, “In the Beginning” jumped to the top 5 on the iTunes R&B charts, and remained the best-selling EP in Northern New England for that entire year.

In 2015, Michael appeared in the major motion picture, Pitch Perfect 2, as the lead singer of the singing group in the film, The Singboks, soloing on the song “Anywhere You Want It”. He was also featured on the soundtrack, which won an American Music Award for best soundtrack. Both the film and soundtrack were #1 in May of 2015.

Michael is also the featured vocalist on tracks with acclaimed artists such as Flex Cop (One Love Records), Option4 (Nurvous Records), and Gladiator (Fool’s Gold Records).

Michael has performed all over the world, including sold-out shows at Merrill Auditorium, The Lincoln Center, and in 2014, sang for President Obama at the White House.

In November 2017, Michael won the HAPA Award for Best Upcoming Artist.

Through his music, Michael aims to build connections that break down ethnic, geographic, and cultural boundaries through his exploration of himself, his heritage, and of the world around him. He is inspired by artists who can grow and evolve in an ever-changing world. A powerhouse performer in his right, Michael aims to expand his reach, both in content and in form, creating a unique entertainment experience that brings people together through the power of his music and entertainment. Michael’s canvas is a stage, and he aims to paint the image that, “as people, we are more alike than we are different”.

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Applesauce Tears – ‘Dressed for Fortress’

About Applesauce Tears

Applesauce Tears are world weary yet reside in Atlanta, GA. Their records have charted on college and indie radio numerous times over the years in the US and Canada, yet they have managed to stay just below the radar, almost as though it were intentional, a skill of sorts.

Their past albums have been forcefully wedged into a number of genres. The latest that has come to our attention is “study rock.” (ok… we guess it depends on what you’re studying!) If you’re obsessed with genres, and some people foolishly are, then go ahead and call this “Study Rock.” Put it on and start learning more about Applesauce Tears!

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Christos Doukakis