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

Whalers – ‘Hey Hammurabi’

About Whalers

Whalers has grown up in the ten years since its formation, but the group hasn’t forgotten the infectious, boyish vitality that helped carry them out of the rehearsal space and onto some of Austin’s most reputable stages. From a collection of towns around Texas, the five men of Whalers rallied together in Austin in 2009 and have released two EPs (2010’s How the Ship Goes Down and 2011’s Paddle Easy) and released their first full-length album, Submarine Sun, in 2014. 2015 saw the release of the Death Drive – EP, a collection of B-sides from the Submarine Sun sessions.

Though their recordings are packed with an untouchable energy, Whalers’ contagious vigor is best felt in their live performances. The group’s music is a striking blend of power-driven rock, complete with strong riffs from Dan Martin and Kyle Rother (guitars), and smooth, dreamy surf rock, reminiscent of bands like Real Estate and Wild Nothing. Gus Smalley (vocals) and Milos Bertram (drums) stitch the two sounds together seamlessly, and bold lines from Todd Horner (bass) drive the band’s collection of songs forward with every beat.

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Kai Straw – ‘Are You Coming with Me?’

About Kai Straw

In March of 2020, Kai Straw lost his job as a nightclub manager due to the COVID-19 pandemic – so he began to pursue music full time. Any success he’d achieved in music before COVID had been attained by waking up at 5:00 AM before work, carving an hour or two out every morning for music before heading to the club for his daytime responsibilities. With that time alone, and without the support of a label, he has accrued millions of streams across all services, gone #2 on Spotify’s Global Viral Chart, gone #1 on Hype Machine twice, won The International Songwriting Competition for Best Unsigned, was selected by Taco Bell for their Feed the Beat lineup, among other accomplishments. One can only imagine what the future holds for him considering all of his time will now be spent making music.

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Reed Gaines – ‘The Weather’

About Reed Gaines

Reed Gaines is an up and coming Bedroom-Pop/Alt-Rock artist from Nashville, Tennessee. Reed’s music is often described as having a “warm, nostalgic atmosphere,” which helps to convey the melancholic sadness his lyrical content portrays in such a frank way.

Similar artists include The National, Maggie Rogers, Phoebe Bridgers, and Stephen Day.

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Cajsa Larsson – ‘be okay’

About Cajsa Larsson

Cajsa Larsson is a sound designer/music maker based in Malmö (Sweden). She is mostly known for her work on the game AER Memories of Old and has worked in companies such as Ubisoft Massive, Forgotten Key & Sharkmob. She is also known to be a vicious plant killer, proud cat mom & tea enthusiast/coffee hater.

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Hot Jam Factory – ‘Anytime’

About Hot Jam Factory

Hot Jam Factory is the Art, Prom Rock, Surf, Post-Punk recording project of Harrisburg, PA based songwriters Jordan Trevino and Sean Saman. Hot Jam Factory creates an almost cinematic, emotionally captivating experience sound tracking the hear and now.

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Magalí Sare – ‘BEBER DE TI’

About Magalí Sare

Magalí Sare, the new voice of the summer spot of beer Estrella Damm, surprises us with her new single.

It is an artist difficult to classify in a specific musical genre.

Currently, she is doing the tour of “A BOY AND A GIRL” (Segell Microscopi) with Sebastià Gris, an album that stands out for turning classical and folk songs into a new approach, experimenting with electronics. This project is considered one of the best world music albums for the WMCE.

Furthermore, Magalí was the singer of the album “ESTOMAC”, last work of Clara Peya.

In 2019 Magali was nominated as an emergent talent in the Catalan music academy, as a best new artist in ARC awards and she won the first international award of the Suns Europe Festival (Italy).

Finally, Magalí is well-known for being the soprano of Quartet Mèlt (winners of the third edition of the programme Oh happy day of TV3 Catalonia in 2015).

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Hannes Kretzer – ‘Body, We Die In Peace’

About Hannes Kretzer

In search of the perfect acoustic mirror for his perception of the world Hannes Kretzer started early to collect and distort sound effects until they fitted into his mental universe. Synthesizer pioneers from the 70’s were his first spiritual companions on his experimental encounter with sound.

From the beginnings in meditative ambient grew an equally strong fascination for straight-forward pop culture.

Intrigued by the idea of bringing together these contrasting worlds Hannes Kretzer embarked on a new journey to incorporate a sense for dynamics, evolving structure, juxtaposition and space into his new creations. They are meant to evoke deep euphoric feelings in the audience.

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Dan Lyons – ‘Thin Black Duke’

About Dan Lyons

Over the past four years, Dan has perhaps been better known as a drummer, playing with Phobophobes and Misty Miller. His real job is a songwriter. 2017 saw Dan stepping onto centre stage; performing under his own name and calling upon a host of musicians from the South London music scene and beyond to complete the line-up for his backing band. Dan and his band have played a consistently exciting string of live shows in the UK including a headline gig at The Sebright Arms, and supported bands like Childhood and Goat Girl at the infamous Windmill in Brixton. The collection of songs written for Dan’s debut album were mostly done so between Paris and London during a long, difficult summer crowded with personal loss and intrepid soul searching. They paint a picture of city life, and offer a keyhole glimpse into an intricate and fragile heart. Dan’s sound has been described as “Quintessential surrealist Anglo – pop”. Echoes of Echo & The Bunnymen and ‘Rubber Soul’ era Beatles entwine with lo-fi sensibilities that nod towards The Go Betweens, Syd Barrett and The Clean.

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S.F.H. – ‘G’

About S.F.H.

Arguments, love affairs, war – these external conflicts seem to be what garner the most attention from those around us. But this discourse is often the spawn of one’s internal chaos. S.F.H, born from the restless mind of Sana Nodelman, embraces her internal conflicts, and the birth of her alter ego marks a sanctuary for both chaos and order. Mixing infectious, gritty electronic beats with spellbinding vocals and live instruments, S.F.H. and her music exist outside the norm but reflect a humanity we all know.

Sana Nodelman was born on April 1st, 1993, in Karaganda, Kazakhstan. Sana discovered her passion for music at a young age. A born rebel, Sana always considered herself a non-conformist. Her hyperactive mind resulted in barriers between her and those around her early on. However, as she grew older, her restlessness began to manifest in her art and interests, paving the way for her eclectic style and presence. She left her home in Karaganda at the age of 17 and traveled for three years until she decided to move to the U.S.

Now as hyperactive as ever, S.F.H. is putting her chaotic energy that she had once believed hindered her, to good use. Embracing herself on a new level, S.F.H is producing content of all kinds, including photography, video, and new music.

Christos Doukakis