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

Gone Sugar Die – ‘Heartbreak Jewelry’

About Gone Sugar Die

Gone Sugar Die; a departure to an even sweeter beginning. The “dirt-pop” group combines Mike Hindert & Anthony Burulcich (The Bravery), who’s group established indie-rock hits “An Honest Mistake” and “Believe”, with vocalist Patrick McWilliams and Marshall Gallagher (3OH!3, Teenage Wrist).

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Zach Kleisinger – ‘You Should Hold Me’

About Zach Kleisinger

There is a distinct vulnerability in Canadian singer-songwriter Zach Kleisinger’s music. With a voice that is deep, slow, and soaked in sorrow, he reflects on the human condition with stories that chronicle everyday moments. The characters in his songs are crushed by broken relationships, financial problems, failing careers, and are oftentimes unable to understand their own anguish. They are possessed by love and introspection, by their passions and aspirations- but are seldom guilty of refusing their own failures and flaws. These characters exist in a world of wholesome melodies that are deliberate and embracing- leaving those who live there with a hope and yearning for the future. Zach Kleisinger’s songs will sink into deeper places within while reminding us of the brevity of our time on this earth.

His 2018 EP, entitled I Hope Its Calm, Then, showcases a delicately refined sound by the young Canadian. The EP began in Montreal when the songwriter was closing out a cross-Canada tour. The album is raw, honest, and asks the listener to reflect on how temporary life is. Zach explains, “I think that’s how the recording of these songs began, in that they grew out of a feeling that something inside of me was no longer. I look at it now and see that I had a collection of small crises building on top of one another. I came to a point where there wasn’t much around that I trusted. By consequence of this though, there was not much that I was worried about losing, and I think this made for an expressive recording.” The EP went on to accumulate 250k+ streams on Spotify, landing in the popular Spotify-curated playlist, Folk & Friends. Zach toured Canada twice more in this time. His 2019 singles ‘You Should Hold Me’ and ‘Lower Your Book’ again touch on life’s coincidences and the uncertainties that come with them.

Zach will be performing across Western Canada in 2019 and will close out the year with dates in the UK & Europe.

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Corella – ‘Pull Up’

About Corella

Hot on the heels of the Cadenza-produced ‘Talk’, rising Croydon rapper Corella drops ‘Pull Up’. Produced by critically-hailed beatmaker TĀLĀ, the cut finds Corella firing shots at time-wasting fuckboys, promising she’ll “pull up on you at your barber”.

With its blend of textural, Eastern percussion, ‘Pull Up’ pushes the contemporary rap blueprint forward, revolving around Corella’s sung flow that eyes afrobeats and UK rap at the same time. Narrating a tale of lost love and infidelity, Corella’s vocal is as sugar-coated as it is knife-edged, evading comparison to any current UK artist in the process and positioning her as a powerful new female voice.

The video, directed by Caleb Samuel, finds Corella on her home turf of Pollard’s Hill, rampaging through a barber shop, off license and skate park with her producer, TĀLĀ, in tow. With an EP in the works for 2019 – a clear definition of her sound – Corella’s single lands on newly-minted label DMY Recordings.

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Evelyn Brown – ‘Soft Place to Land’

About Evelyn Brown

An Austin Texas native and the daughter of a musician and record producer since passed, Evelyn found her voice and songwriting fused somewhere between the Motown and Southern Rock music she was surrounded by as a child… “Tripping through cables on the way to shower in the morning, and finding an amp mic-ed in the bathtub was something I became early accustomed too… music has been my whole life.”

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Munich-based songwriter/producer Frieder Mollat started his music career in the mid 90’s following his passion for music.

Graduating from college as a musicologist in 1995 he joined the music industry working a few years for labels like Warner Music Germany.

Over the years he has been writing music for several projects signing a publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Germany in 2001.

2017 marks his personal milestone as a solo-artist with the launch of his own project KLANGPLANET.

His self-released album “Good” is a retro dipped melodic Deep House journey with toppings of Funk, Soul and Indie Pop. “Aliens“ is one of the two follow up singles of his “Good” album.

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Minismus – ‘Passage’

About Minismus

Minismus is a creator of epic orchestral soundscapes designed for film and tv placements but that could serve on their own as masterpieces in the classical genre. Pulling deep from the styles of Max Richter, Johann Johannsonn, Philip Glass, Nils Frahm and Olafur Arnalds, Minismus carefully constructs strings, brass, woodwinds and felt piano into memorable works of art. Minismus’ debut album ‘FILM’ is set for release date June 21 on all digital platforms. Minismus creates exclusively for the new independent label Kwai Music, which focuses on post-minimalistic forms of music in orchestral, ambient and downtempo genres.

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Fraser Rathmell – ‘Hard Out Here’

About Fraser Rathmell

Fraser Rathmell is a producer and songwriter from Tasmania, Australia who produces R&B influenced tracks with hints of hip hop, electronic and rap. Hard Out Here is Fraser’s latest single.

Hard Out Here is lofi hip hop track layered with vocals on top of a feel-good bouncy beat. The track is about trying your best to make a future for yourself but at the same time facing the reality that it’s hard to always keep pushing. There’s a lot of pressure on young people and it’s often hard to express that.

Hard out Here was written, recorded and produced by Fraser in his bedroom. It started with a guitar sample which was expanded into a full song with full instrumentation.

“Hard Out Here is about how at this time in my life I’ve got to work really hard and do the best that I can in order to set myself up for the future and to get out of my hometown to pursue bigger and better things. I feel this is a common feeling that the people around me share. It really is hard out here.” – Fraser Rathmell

Fraser has been a musician since high school, first learning the piano and then the guitar. Eventually he got a taste for production and has been producing ever since. Completely self taught, Fraser strives to further himself as an artist and to make music for himself and others to enjoy. His sound takes inspiration from lofi hip hop and R&B with dark and moody tonalities which are then layered with personal lyrics that focus on current life experiences and feelings.

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Georgia Hurd – ‘Jewel’

About Georgia Hurd

Georgia Hurd is an LA-based artist with East coast roots. Growing up in Maine, she sang for just about anyone who would listen. Today, her sound has matured, it is rich and soulful with clear and direct substance. There’s a heartbreaking honestly to her at times self-deprecating lyrics, but don’t be fooled, Georgia embraces the strength and awareness that comes from life experience. She’s drawn to strong melodies and finds inspiration in the vulnerability music allows her to express.

Georgia is releasing her first solo EP; a bold and intimate collaboration with producer, Kyle McCammon. Her music can be best described as indie pop with dark and soulful elements that come through in catchy melodic hooks.

Previously, Georgia cut her teeth co-writing and collaborating with her brother’s project, Bay Ledges, opening for acts such as Alice Merton, J.Views and The Fray, as well as performing in intimate spaces like Pianos and Mercury Lounge (NYC); the Bootleg Theater and Moroccan Lounge (LA) and festivals like Taste of Randolph (Chicago) and Festival D’Ete (Quebec City).

This is Georgia’s first step in pursuing a solo career, but she’s spent a lifetime immersed in music. Georgia wrote her first song when she was 15, but it would take many years and at some points walking away from music altogether, for her to trust her voice as a writer. The past year has offered big changes for Georgia and her music’s raw depth reflects that, but this level of brooding is anything but boring. Georgia brings vibrance and energy to her music; whether it’s about love, heartbreak or hope. At the moment, Georgia is working on new material for her next solo EP and is always seeking opportunities to create something fresh and stimulating.

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Grey Mcmurray – ‘Wanting Ways’

About Grey Mcmurray

NYC singer, guitarist and producer Grey Mcmurray — co-leader of the Tongues in Trees trio with Samita Sinha and Sunny Jain, and of the duo itsnotyouitsme with celebrated NYC composer Caleb Burhans. — releases his first solo album Stay Up through Shahzad Ismaily’s figureight records on September 20th, 2019.

Thoroughly blooded as a sideman to musical giants — Grey has worked with the likes of Gil-Scott Heron, Tyondai Braxton, Alarm Will Sound, Beth Orton, ACME, Colin Stetson, Ali Sethi, Sam Amidon and John Cale among others — Stay Up represents an artist emboldened by musical heritage and a songwriting voice refined, singular and mesmerizing. The album is uniquely expressive, ranging from sweetly melodic passages reflecting the traditional cast of a singer-songwriter, to huge open plains of chord-washes and chorus, to dense, dark, acute dissonance, all composed and performed by a master of his instrument.

Christos Doukakis