Los Angeles - CA
Jules Larson is an independent artist/songwriter and native Los Angeleno. Let's Stay Young is Jules' first full-length, which hit digital shelves in May 2012. The record made AZ Weekly's 'Top 12 of 2012' as well as Lost and Found Radio's 'Best of 2012' list. Larson's songs have been featured in TV shows such as GREY'S ANATOMY, PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, CASTLE, THE NEIGHBORS, and SWITCHED AT BIRTH. “You Know It’s True" (a song from the A Lot Like You EP) was featured on the soundtrack for the 2012 film THE LUCKY ONE.
Amid the grid of subway lines and rows of yellow cabs laid out like cornfields, a fateful meeting occurred in Manhattan. Just a few stories up from the roaring voice of the city THE WELLSPRING was quietly born.
Dov Rosenblatt was the lead singer and guitarist of local NY band Fools For April.
Ethereal and distant, but somehow wistfully familiar, MONOGEM is a mystery ready to be revealed. With a sound that idles somewhere comfortably between CHVRCHES and Solange, blissfully combined with just a potent hint of throwback disco, the project’s new EP, The Glow, is a collection of soulful synth pop anthems, as infectious as they are affectionate.
After "Love, Love, Love" (2009), "Growing In The cold" (2010) and several TV placement for her songs, 2014 marks the return of Jess Penner on the indie scene.
It took over 3 years to Jess Penner to come back with her new CD "Building Heaven", but it has been worth it to wait. This new album is like the colour palette of a painter :
- bright colours with catchy pop anthems ("Doesn't Get Better Than This", "Building Heaven"...),
Feisty Folk is the newest genre used to describe L.A.based singer- songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Sara Dee. Her vocal stylings reminiscent of high-profile artists such as Adele and Amy Winehouse, Melody Gardot and Eva Cassidy. In 2011, Dee independently released her debut full-length album "In Joy," featuring 12 original songs. Following the release, Dee gained an international fan base, shared the stage with Golden Globe and Emmy winner Vonda Shepard and 3x Platinum Billboard Artist Anna Nalick.
Listed in Music Connection Magazine as "one of the best-unsigned bands to see live", weareTheBigBang, are an upcoming soul shakin', groove makin, alt soul band based out of Los Angeles, CA. With a sound combination of Lauryn Hill meets Fitz and the Tantrums, weareTheBigBang have entered the music world with a unique and alternative take on southern California indie soul.
Hey everybody !
I hope you’ve had a nice Christmas with your family and that Santa has been nice to all of you. After this Christmas songs series, I would like to introduce you a pop/soul trio from Los Angeles called Cable Car.
Maria Zouroudis is known for her powerful, yet heart-felt voice, delivering a fusion of soulful pop and R&B.
Her ability to tell a story through each song has helped her build a YouTube channel with over 10.8 million views and 40,000 subscribers. Maria’s music spans the globe with international press and radio play, as well as features on national TV networks such as CNN, ABC and FOX. Most notably, her version of “Unthinkable” was danced to on one of America’s favorite television series, “So You Think You Can Dance.”
Shane Henry, singer/songwriter/guitarist originally from Oklahoma City and now living in Los Angeles, began his musical journey at 19 when he played 30 national dates on the B.B. King Festival Tour opening for B.B. himself. Following the tour, Shane signed with Shanachie Records, and with the help of fellow musicians Double Trouble, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, and producer Kevin Bowe, Shane's album, Deliverance, was created and immediately distributed in stores nation-wide.
After 12 years, one album, two EPs, a handful of singles, an impressive synch licensing resume, and nearly a thousand shows, pop singer-songwriter-pianist Maggie McClure felt ready to make a bold new statement: A majestic and atmospheric album of her most intimate songwriting, Time Moves On. “I feel extremely connected to this album, it’s very personal, and I did a lot experimenting. I didn’t want to play it safe,” the Los Angeles-based artist says.