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James Millier

James Millier is a singer/songwriter based in the South East, UK. His music always has an indie electro undertone to his songs however he merges different type of genres from Folk to Rock to Pop into his songs. The best way to describe his music is it’s a fusion of genres rolled into one.

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West of House

Formed in 2019 and hailing from Orange County, CA, West of House is already making their mark by connecting with listeners through their infectious anthemic melodies and socially conscious lyrics. Their music is haunting and unapologetic, bolstered by the deeply personal and emotional songwriting of singer/guitarist Erick Bieger, the soundscape creation of guitarist Kevin Huynh, and the driving rhythm of bassist Lance Bletscher and drummer Tommy Maras.

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Zikai

Things have been taking off for Sweden’s rising star Zikai in recent weeks. In addition to releasing her long-awaited debut EP ‘Make You Mine’ (its seven tracks already accumulating 7.5 million streams), she featured on Mullally’s recent single ‘Fire’ and co-wrote ‘Hush’ for Yellow Claw and Weird Genius. Her ascending status has been underlined with a nomination for Rookie Artist / Band at the Denniz Pop Awards, which recognises Sweden’s most essential new talents. Zikai will be looking to follow in the footsteps of previous winners such as Tove Lo.

Zikai continues to strive confidently forward by sharing her brand new single ‘Twenty Something’. The 22-year-old displays pop nous and deft soul in equal measure, as she switches between the earworm hook of her bright autotuned voice and the warmth of her natural vocal tone.

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Jerry Castle

Jerry Castle’s recent tracks ‘Calm’, ‘Pick Up Your Guitar’ and ‘Tequila and Tears’ have seen the singer-songwriter tipped for bigger things. His heartfelt, booze-soaked Americana simmers with the energy of southern rock, pure country attitude and the emotive power of heartland rock, offering something new for fans of Old Dominion or Sturgill Simpson.

Now Jerry Castle builds upon his growing acclaim by sharing his new single ‘Make Do’. The song opens with a gritty, spiralling guitar riff before Castle’s husky, world-weary vocal exudes the virtues of kicking back to forget about your problems. It’s an anthem ready built for escapism, regardless of the cause of your troubles.

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Etoile Marley

Of Australian/French origin, Etoile is a songwriter and artist based in London. Her music is described as dark Pop meets bluesy Rock with a unique tone and lower register in her voice often likened to that of the beautiful Sade.

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Andrea Ekeli

Andrea Ekeli is a Norwegian singer and songwriter. Growing up by the coast in east Norway, Andrea’s music taste has been strongly influenced by the Scandanavian pop scene. At nineteen, after graduating a three-year high school music programme in 2018, she moved to London to furhter study vocal performance at the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance. Andrea is at present working towards finishing her degree, with a growing passion for writing pop music.

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SKAAR

Norway’s next breaking alt-pop artist is 22-year-old SKAAR, whose first five singles have all been A-listed at radio in Norway, including her debut track ‘Higher Ground’ which has now exceeded 11 million streams at Spotify.

SKAAR now makes the biggest statement of her blossoming career by sharing her debut EP ‘The Other Side Of Waiting’, which opens with her brand new single ‘Turn of the Tide’. Listen HERE.

An alluring fusion of luscious vocals, addictive hooks and unbridled positivity, ‘Turn of the Tide’ provides an irresistible introduction to the EP. The song has taken on a new power in the current situation, as it offers a beacon of hope that there are better times ahead.

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Flynn

After exceeding 40 million streams as featured vocalist on Lost Frequencies’ ‘Recognise’, Flynn’s recent solo track ‘One Of Us’ ignited his solo career. It hit fifteen New Music Friday playlists worldwide, fired up Ireland’s airplay charts and instigated a new wave of attention for the young musician.

Flynn’s momentum is now set to shift up another gear as he shares the follow-up ‘B-Side’. The song is enticingly both contemporary and classic: feelgood alt-pop beats and rhythms placing it firmly in 2020, while Flynn’s soulful vocal and some Stax-inspired brass give it a timeless quality. It’s an uplifting sound for a lovelorn theme but ultimately, it’s a defiant statement: a deceptive lover is no loss, so find the strength to move on.

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Kaya Stewart

Born in London but raised in Los Angeles, Kaya Stewart grew up surrounded by music. In her earlier years, her father former Eurythmics frontman and producer extraordinaire Dave Stewart, was a major influence. Kaya was writing songs by the age of six and had made her impression on Los Angeles’ live music scene by her early teens.

Now she’s constantly exploring and redefining what it means to be a pop artist in today’s world – especially one which is currently filled with so much uncertainty. As she concludes, “There was never a moment of ‘Oh, this is what I want to do.’ It’s always just been a part of who I am.”

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