Lil Silva is an incredibly diverse, ever-changing artist. A producer whose talent knows no bounds, holding production and writing credits for artists like Adele and Mark Ronson, Silva’s solo project comes from the deepest part of his soul, and it shows. His latest offering and debut album, Yesterday Is Heavy, is a splendid showcase of the multiple styles and genres within which he flourishes.
If there is one thing Leon of Athens seeks in his songs, it is to create a musical landscape to accompany you in good times. The Greek American singer finds this by embracing the folkier sounds of indie pop, although his latest single, Mad Into You, features some of his most electronic sounds to date. His latest LP, Xenos, has been critically acclaimed, with a thumbs up from the likes of The Guardian, NME, Q and The New York Times.
Beach Bunny is a Chicago-based indie pop band founded by Lili Trifilio in 2015. Initially Trifilio’s solo project and stage name, she expanded the project to a full four-piece band in 2017,
Chicago’s Beach Bunny have released their sophomore album, Emotional Creature. So far, the indie-pop cover stars have shared lead single “Oxygen,” “Fire Escape,” “Karate” (with a video featuring a cameo from Bob Odenkirk), and now they’re back with another new single and video: “Entropy.”
Behind the French Kiwi Juice moniker is multi-instrumentalist and producer Vincent Fenton. Originally from Tours and based in Paris, this charismatic artist is at the forefront of the new wave of soul, jazz and R&B emerging from the gallic capital. First appearing in 2012 with his debut EP ‘The Twins’ on Roche Musique, Fenton recently released his his eponymous solo record Vincent.
Human Barbie is an analog fantasy; wisps of classic pop, psychedelia, and indie rock intermingle to create a melancholy dreamscape, colorful and intoxicating. Formed in 2018 by songwriter Chris Leopold, Human Barbie is an amalgamation of a lifetime of AM-radio road trips and midnight vinyl.
The brainchild of multifaceted and experienced multi-instrumentalist Chris Minielly, Jaguar Sun’s is taking inspiration from bands such as STRFKR, Youth Lagoon and Panda Bear, Minielly’s music fuses dreamlike soundscapes with alt-pop. The Ontario-based artist boasts a flair for instrumentation, effortlessly balancing layered guitars with synths and vocals – a great example of how his artistic autonomy shines through when making creative decisions.
Editing films, videos, and other multimedia by day, and making music under the name Ginger Root by night, Cameron Lew fronts a sounds that can be described as: “Aggressive Elevator Soul”.
Combining elements from contemporaries like Toro Y Moi, Vulfpeck, Metronomy, and Kero Kero Bonito with the influences of Japanese City Pop and the days of Stax and Philly Soul, Ginger Root offers a fresh take on the ever evolving Bedroom Pop scene. “Loneliness” is the first single off of Ginger Root‘s next EP, “Nisemono” out Sept 9th on Acrophase Records.