If there were a sonic bridge linking the 80s to an undisclosed speculative future, it would sound a lot like MOTION CNTRL. Profile after the jump!
With over 100,000 miles of touring and a songwriting/production certificate from the Berklee College of Music under his belt, Justin Klump has been aggressively honing his talent over the last several years. Judging by the early buzz surrounding his new EP, “Sticks & Stones,” all of those hours logged are paying off. Profile after the jump!
From Leona Lewis-esque ballads to quirky Mika-like tunes, Franklyn Hill’s catalog covers virtually all components of the pop spectrum. Profile after the jump!
After hitting a creative standstill, Nadia Nair found her musical soul mate in producer Victor Rådström and has broken out of her rut in a big way with her debut single, “Bon Voyage.” Profile after the jump!
Nina Yasmineh has been turning heads since high school with her mature-beyond-her-years sound. Now that she’s months away from her college graduation and being able to focus on music without the distraction of school, the sky’s the limit. Profile after the jump!
By the age of 20, Nicoletta was collaborating with heavyweight producer DJ Premier on demos to pitch to the likes of Christina Aguilera and Rihanna. Now, she’s channeling the keen pop sensibilities she developed through such experiences into material of her own. Profile after the jump!
It takes a lot to stand out in the crowded alternative/pop/rock genre, but Belmont Lights has risen to the challenge with its striking debut EP, “Telegraphs.” Profile after the jump!
It’s time to throw away any preconceptions that Nashville is all about country. Music City has become quite the hotbed for experimentation, and Ugly Kids Club is leading the charge. Profile after the jump!
In a lineup that included more established acts like Counting Crows and Good Old War, it was the new and unsigned Foreign Fields that left us with the most lasting impression at the Toronto stop of The Outlaw Roadshow earlier this year. Profile after the jump!
After enjoying success as founding members of Imaginary Steps, one of Montreal’s most popular underground bands, brothers Alain and Martin Avon joined forces with JP Alepins to form experimental rock outfit Exit 451, which is working on the follow-up to its mesmerizing debut album, “The Sea Above the Sky.” Profile after the jump!