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Finn Matthews
Finn Matthews

Finn has been unstoppable this year, having released 4 records thus far with more to come before 2020 ends, and he is featured on Rick Ross new single “Pinned To The Crossed.” His record, “Low Key” has been featured on playlists like “Spotify’s Pop Chill Out” and “Fresh Finds: Pop,” just to name a few. Finn's career started when he found a mentor in Elijah Blake, who has penned hits for artists like Rihanna, Usher and Rick Ross. Blake was floored by Finn's delicate, yet soulful falsetto voice. At 16, Finn moved from New Jersey to Los Angeles to pursue music fulltime. Soon after, he received a development deal w/ Live Nation and released his first single and music video for the song "Julia" which hit over 1.2 million views on Youtube. But Finn wasn't content to just stay in his lane as a pop vocalist. He honed his skills as a guitarist, writer and producer. And as Finn matured, so did his sound. Finn presents a blend of vibey pop, rooted in R&B and marked by his signature vocal. Comparisons like Daniel Caesar or Jon Bellion come to mind. But, like his voice, this is a unique sound that is entirely Finn.

Natural Mystery Museum

For as much as people lament the state of rock ‘n’ roll, it really just needs a push, a shot of adrenaline, or a good old-fashioned kick in the ass. Natural Mystery Museum provide all three. The North London trio—Perry Read [vocals, bass], Mike Whitaker [guitar], and Tom Triggs [drums]—rip up the rulebook and groove right through razor sharp riffs, gritty vocals, and off-kilter rhythms.  Already at the forefront of a growing fanbase and acclaimed by the likes of American Songwriter, the band wields a fire of their own on their 2020 independent EP, Illusionary Tales [...] Read More

Natural Mystery Museum
LEx Lidia
LEx Lidia

Meet 19-year-old vocalist and multi-instrumentalist LEx Lidia. LEx melds jazz, hip-hop, and soul influences in a sound that is as dynamic and inspired as LEx himself. Deriving from the Greek root “Lex” meaning strong, savior, and “Lidia” meaning noble, wise one, LEx Lidia’s self- appointed artist name represents all that he hopes to accomplish in his career. He is embracing the dualities within himself— and in his vocals— to create a genre-defying sound rooted in storytelling and authenticity. Utilizing hip-hop beats and pop vocal melodies sung in English and Spanish, LEx’s music transcends both genre and culture.

LEx was born to Mexican parents in San Diego, CA. Heavily influenced by Southern California and his Latino heritage, LEx discovered a passion for hip-hop, reggaeton, and soul music at an early age. He first began singing in his school choir and later joined an acapella group in junior high. It was there that LEx discovered a passion for performing. Now a self-taught producer, engineer, and seasoned musician in his own right, LEx has spent the past few years refining his sound, all the while continuing to experiment with harmony and melody. With a cultural and musical background as diverse as LEx Lidia’s, it comes as no surprise that the rising artist would so masterfully blur the lines between music, culture and language.

Christina Nini

Christina Nini made her move from New Jersey to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue her career of becoming a pop solo-artist. Music has always been an instrumental part of her life; however, it wasn’t until she moved to Music City that she began to discover her love of songwriting and really shape her own sound and identity.  [...] Read More

Christina Nini
Conan Gray
Conan Gray

In mythology and throughout history, a crow traditionally represents destiny, magic, and eventual rebirth. Clear parallels may be drawn between this mystical creature and Conan Gray.  Stuck in a claustrophobic small town under the weight of every odd imaginable, he took flight on his wits, talent, and creativity, breaking out of this rural suburban cage, reaching unparalleled heights, and ultimately finding his voice on his own.  [...] Read More

Babygirl

Fast-rising pop rock band Babygirl have released their highly anticipated EP Losers Weepers alongside the video for their bittersweet new single “Million Dollar Bed.” “Million Dollar Bed,” a confessional, anti-flex anthem that speaks to the futility of chasing fame and fortune to find happiness and closure. The EP, out today via Sandlot Records in global partnership with AWAL Recordings, also features previously released singles “Nevermind,” “You Were in My Dream Last Night,” and “Easy.”

Babygirl
Rachel Grae
Rachel Grae

Growing up in the outskirts of New York City, Rachel Grae dissected music like an archeologist — turning over melodies to figure out what elevated a catchy song to an unforgettable one, and studying the characteristics of lyrics that unraveled like poetry. When she started writing her own music she set her intention with clarity. Brimming with wide-eyed, post-adolescent curiosity and filtered through a keen sense of maturity, Grae embraces imperfection as a means to investigate vulnerability in all its forms. Wielding an unmistakably dynamic voice that’s warm and enveloping, her range is reminiscent of Kelly Clarkson or Demi Lovato. Paired with an ear for bouncy pop that’s rich with inviting earworms, she writes songs that are built for all emotional seasons. It’s this innate ability to connect with an audience that’s built a substantial and rapidly growing TikTok following of devoted fans who have turned her platform into a form of group therapy. [...] Read More

Juanialys

Having being called a "Must Watch" by Yahoo Music and Instagram has dubbed her one of its "Rising Faces," Juanialys is an undeniable. America first fell in love with Juani when she was 16, on the legendary Apollo stage in New York City during the reintroduction of Showtime At The Apollo on live national television. [...] Read More

Juanialys
Indi Star
Indi Star

Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Indi began dancing at age three and is trained in tap, ballet, hip hop, and jazz funk. With a passion to perform at an early age, Indi was determined to chase her dreams in the entertainment industry. At just eight years old, Indi relocated to Los Angeles and began training at Gray Studios drama school. A few years later, Indi booked her first guest appearance role on the popular web series Teens Wanna Know (2017).  [...] Read More

Michael Mayo

A diehard New Yorker for the past five years, Mayo was born and raised in Los Angeles surrounded by music, and love, as the son of “first-call” session and touring musicians. His father, Scott Mayo, currently the musical director for Sergio Mendes, was a saxophonist for Earth, Wind & Fire, while his mother, Valerie Pinkston, now a back-up vocalist for Diana Ross, has also sang with Beyonce, Luther Vandross, Ray Charles, Whitney Houston and Morrissey. The final track on Bones, “Hold On,” features his mom, who wrote the lyrics, singing on the first half and his dad providing background vocals, bringing Michael’s life full circle. In addition to his influential parents, Michael also studied at the prestigious New England Conservatory of Music and the Thelonious Monk Institute -- now named after Herbie Hancock, who mentored Mayo, helping him discover the link between sound and technology through a looper pedal, while showcasing him as a featured vocalist on a tour of South America in 2018.  [...] Read More

Michael Mayo