Hillary Reynolds and Hannah Christianson, two acclaimed singer-songwriters from the Midwest, have joined forces in this unique indie-folk-pop duo. Their angelic voices and intricate songwriting weave a world of reflection and inspiration. Their first EP will release in 2016.
For my new monthly interview for Tradiio, I've chosen to introduce you to the Australian pop/rock band The Encounters. They have released their debut EP "Things That Aren't Real" in March and their single "Sweet Side Effect" attracts more and more listeners every week on Tradiio.
TID - Could you tell us few words about The Encounters ? How did you come together ?
Forming in Perth, Western Australia, late 2014, brothers Callum Robertson (Lead Guitar) and William Robertson (Bass) joined with long-time friend Lewin Riddell (Lead Vocals and Rhythm Guitar) to begin a new musical project. Releasing their Debut EP ‘Things That Aren’t Real’ in March 2015 saw the band growing a steady fan base and wanting to begin gigging around the local scene. While studying music at uni Will met drummer Oly Gordon and organised to jam with the band.
Today, I've chosen to share with you not an original songs as usual but a unique cover song carried out by Jourdan Myers.
In general when people cover songs, they make a good performance of it but it rarely brings something new.
I've already said that before, but checking out the musicians friends of artists that you like is always a good strategy to discover new music. For today's artist, Arrows Down, the award of the musical suggestion goes to Stephanie O'Brien, who talked to me about him when I met her at her show in Paris few weeks ago.
You might catch indie pop artist madelyniris at the opera on a Saturday night -- not as a spectator, but as a performer. She has a rare gift only a few on this planet have – she can sing a high A flat. She’s already won vocal competitions while singing some of the most demanding soprano parts in opera.
You may have heard his music on such shows as Gossip Girl, The Office, Chicago Fire, MTV's Friendzone, or Happy Endings, to name a few. You might have caught him at festivals around North America such as SXSW in Austin, NXNE in Toronto, or CMJ in New York. Or maybe you're just discovering his music for the first time. Regardless of how you've gotten to know him, you've already discovered quickly why he's had a steady rise to success over the past few years from the Los Angeles music scene to the international stage.
JD Eicher—singer-songwriter for JD Eicher & the Goodnights—has kept a secret hidden in his band’s previous two albums. But after four years, he divulges it with the quartet’s third album, the pop-rock effort INTO PLACE.