A live show would be something beautiful, likely bringing people together, inspiring a sense of togetherness and a shared desire to simply embrace the good times and to revel in feelings of love.
A track that fuses a passionate & multi-layered backdrop with a confident, rhythmic leading vocal performance that takes inspiration from the likes of Empire State of Mind.
Dion’s voice drives the song’s melody & underlying sentiments in a perfectly genuine & fitting way. It’s a song from the heart, with good intentions, and this shows at every step.
Elmont are back this summer with the perfect pop-rock single, bringing you that nostalgic aura along with a fresh touch of optimism & good vibes for the months ahead.
This self-belief & chasing your dreams, separating yourself from the crowd or from what people seem to think of you, runs deep within the song & within the Janelle Nucum sound in general.
A beautiful song, comforting & uplifting to listen to at volume, recognizable for its simple but effective hook section, and powerful without appearing insincere.
Walking the creative line somewhere between Jack Johnson & John Butler Trio, with an occasional, relevant dash of emotional turmoil.
Everything from the opening instrumentation to the artwork for this single refuses to scream out for attention. It’s subtle, humble, and charming in being so.
Something tells me that much like the continent she calls home, her music holds countless untold treasures for us to unearth as we explore & get to know her identity as an artist as time goes by.
A folk-rock-indie-pop fusion – a big-band offering of optimism & brutal honesty combined. In every regard, the song is quickly recognizable once you’ve experienced it.
Mercia Viola as a creative has big plans within & around her own journey, so this drive & this natural connection to the arts is likely to shine more & more brightly as time goes by.
A gentle & mellow-paced pop-rock song that offers a verse melody with a slight & surprisingly grunge-like or Savage Garden vibe about it.