Category Archives: Introducing

Introducing…Oliver Tree

Genre-defying singer-songwriter-producer-professional scooter rider Oliver Tree has been making waves with his unique high-energy sound and eccentric persona. Oliver Tree has finally dropped his debut album ‘Ugly Is Beautiful’  From start to finish, the album is an electro-pop/alt-rock ride that is truly fitting for one such as Oliver Tree, who amazingly dropped new music amid a sea of new releases and still managed to hold his own.

Introducing…Major Murphy

 Hailing from Grand Rapids, MI, Major Murphy make dreampop inspired by the lighter side of the ’70s — more Laurel Canyon than yacht rock — with a lovely magic hour vibe to what they do. (Great harmonies too.) 

Major Murphy have shared a new song called ‘In the Meantime’. Written after vocalist/guitarist Jacob Bullard and bassist/vocalist Jacki Warren’s young son suffered from lead poisoning, the track taken from the group’s upcoming sophomore LP, Access.

Introducing…Sun June

Austin indie-pop 5-piece Sun June have released their new album Somewhere.  The gentle sway of their country leaning pop songs seeped in melancholy, as if each subtle turn of phrase was always grasping for something just out of reach.

Somewhere is Sun June at their most decadent, a richly diverse album which sees them exploring bright new corners with full hearts and wide eyes.

Introducing…Nice Biscuit

A psych-garage six-piece out of Brisbane, Nice Biscuit  have been on a steady rise over the last couple of years. Their polished neo-psychedelic sound has been sending the masses into a gorgeous sun-kissed daze and capturing the attention of such iconic acts as the Allah-Las, Moses Gun Collective, The Growlers, Jen Cloher and The Murlocs.

Australian psych quintet, are back with driving new single, Candle, taken from a new EP titled Create Simulate.


L’Impératrice offer a nice alternative: a trip back to the seventies and eighties, in a dark, mysterious club, illuminated by disco balls and sequined dresses. One girl and five boys make up this collective of musicians from Paris. Guitarist Achille Trocellier and bassist David Gaugué are definitely cornerstones in the band’s search for groovy rhythms, reminiscent of Chic. Two keyboardists join them in this hedonistic party, adding entrancing, synthetic melodies played with vintage equipment. Disco and funk come back to life in the hands of these agile performers.

Parisian disco six-piece, have released their latest single, “Peur des Filles.” The sarcastic new wave single is the second from the band’s upcoming second album, Tako Tsubo, coming March 26.


Lead singer of acclaimed indie band The Kooks, Luke Pritchard, joins forces with his singer-songwriter wife Ellie Rose. Together they are DUO, a brand new musical pairing formed in the red hot heat of passion echoing sounds of French pop and a heady sense of intimacy.

Sharing a fondness for sixties and seventies French pop music and with an evident musical and physical chemistry between the two of them, DUO is an all-out passion project. Both possessing an impeccable talent for songwriting in their own right and their voices coming together in perfect harmony, it is a partnership that not only works romantically, but also musically.

Their self titled album is a chic, cinematic 11-song ode to connection, kismet, lust and sensuality. DUO is songs from the heart and, occasionally, the hips.