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ZUBIRA is a gifted and versatile vocalist and a skilled blues infused rock guitarist who mostly plays his own original material. He is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He released his first International Album on 30 November, 2017 titled: "Like Never Before".
Indie Rock Band Zubira just released a new album titled, "Like Never Before." Zubira did an amazing job of integrating modern sounds melodies and into their music. The lead vocals are amazing and the band sounds perfect together. It's hard to define Zubira's music as one genre. They do a great job at putting together instruments that I have never heard together on a song, and they still fit so well. These guys are very creative, innovative and really put together a unique album with "Like Never Before.
Leeds based singer/songwriter - alternative artist. Jaayns wrote and recorded her Debut EP in 2016 - Bright White Yellow and emerged in 2017 with the debut single, from the EP - Go released in March 2017.
Corrine Cassels - Divide and Conquer Music Reviews - JAAYN’s voice is clear and melodic with a tone similar to that of Lorde but with the untamed abandon of Bjork. She experiments with different genres and sounds to create a unique sound that is all her own. Bright White Yellow is a really, really, really cool album. I loved everything about Bright White Yellow; the concept, the production, the vocals, the vibe and the art of it all. JAAYNS is a smart, talented musician and I can’t wait for more
NIKKI POPE is a british born singer living in New York City.
The self released debut EP "Electric Energy" by Nikki Pope hit the ground running with several airplays on BBC radio stations in the UK and also on the prestigous radio network Sirius XM in the USA.
Nikki Pope is currently in production for her new album to be released later this year.
Katherine Evans is a 22-year old singer/songwriter from Hartsdale, New York. She just graduated from The University of Miami’s Frost School of Music with a degree in Music business and a minor in songwriting.
Katherine deeply appreciates every genre and has dabbled in just about all of them. Her first year at Frost, she was a jazz voice major. By second semester, she discovered her love for songwriting and decided to switch into the Bruce Hornsby Creative American Music program. She then joined Big City Folk Band, playing fiddle and writing eerie folk songs with great friends.
Madison Malone is stepping out of her artistic shell to release songs that use the light to recognize the dark. Her new music is the beauty created beneath the destruction.
Raised in a small farm town in south-central Wisconsin, Madison was an anomaly in her blue collar city. She started sneaking into rural dive bars at the age of 15 to play cover music for patrons until 2 am, paid only in pizza & tips. She spent the next seven years building a following in the Midwest, gigging in restaurants, around the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus, clubs, bars, banquet halls, four to six times a week just to pay the bills & get her voice heard.
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A versatile individual intrigued by the arts, Marwan Maurice is a passionate singer, songwriter, well-rounded instrumentalist and poet. His very unique sound comes from the multi-instrumental ‘One Man Band.’ He began his career in music after a successful profession as an international basketball player and realizing his heart and passion truly lives within music. His pursuit led him on a journey across the world throughout several countries, bringing the experiences of exploring new interests on different levels, helping him evolve into the diverse talent he is today.
In 2011 Sabin’s dad entered him in the Texaco Showdown singing contest in Orangeburg on a whim, Sabin won the semifinals and came in second in the finals the first time he ever sang on stage. The director of the event pulled his father to the side and told him that he had been in the radio business for close to 30 years and that Sabin had something special. He said that he had the voice, the look and was the right age to do great things. He advised his dad that Sabin was just green on stage and needed to get a band and become more seasoned.
The Orange Constant formed in August 2012 and quickly made a name for themselves in Statesboro, GA. Now, The Orange Constant resides in Athens, GA and performs in venues all over the Southeast and continues to grow their fan-base with their contemporary yet vintage rock/jam sound. TOC recorded their debut album, Time to Go, with Grammy nominated producer John Keane (REM, Widespread Panic) which was released June 19th, 2015. Time to Go has garnered praise from many publications, including Relix Magazine, who included TOC in their “On the Verge” column in the October-November 2015 issue. Shortly after, TOC joined the Homegrown Music Network whose roster includes acts such as Lotus, the Motet, Dangermuffin, and Big Something. In addition, they have played on bills that include Perpetual Groove, The Mantras, TAUK, Atlas Road Crew, and Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band.
Space Carnival blends high-energy disco, funk and progressive rock into an interplanetary performance. Formed in Spring 2013, Space Carnival consists of Jeremy Kraus on Guitar, Cameron Fitch on Keys and Vocals, Chris Meier on Bass, and Nick Tassinari on drums. The quartet began honing their live sound when they launched into the Oneonta music scene in Fall of 2013. Space Carnival keeps a consistent, fun, and fresh energy by rotating setlists, adding covers and confidently debuting original material. This four piece is sure to have you dancing with their form of loose funk and relentless slippery disco.
X35 : Brit spirit, Rock sounds and Pop melodies . These are the main ingredients of the new life of the band that comes back in activity after an year of absence from the live stages with a new sound, new songs but the same desire to do their best inside and outside the stages.
X35 were born in 2012, and in just three years they will be actively part of the Campania's rock scene playing on small stages and large stages such as Casa della Musica, Mostra d'Oltremare, etc. In 2013 they got a 2nd place at the Emergenza festival in Campania and they have been awarded from experts in the sectors such as Francesco Frilli (Sound Engeneer for Elio e le storie tese, Piero Pelù, Biagio Antonacci)
In 2014 and 2015, they took part in major festivals like PummaRock and Comicon in Naples, where they have been very successful and acclaimed from the crowd.