Tag: USA
image for Portland Pop Phenom Has Words for Her Ex. - Zoë Ferguson: stop asking my friends about me
Posted by Krister Axel
Did you think I'd be drowning in tears? Would it hurt to know I'm happy?
image for West Coast Electronic Pop FFO Maggie Rogers. - Watch the Video for Lyrah: Taken
Posted by Krister Axel
A combination of flawless production instinct, emotional complexity, and sultry vocal sugar.
image for Wistful Soul from UCLA Jazz Studies Alum. - Ryan Nealon: Not Coming Home
Posted by Krister Axel
This beautiful ballad will have you embracing the ones you love just a little bit tighter tonight.
image for Jazz-Hop and Study Beats from Brooklyn. - johnboybeats: Crossroads
Posted by Krister Axel
Delivers gorgeous saxophone melodies backed by organic percussion sounds and a myriad of engaging instrumental melodies.
image for Spiritual Electronic Instrumental from California. - Skysia x Equanimous: Compass
Posted by Krister Axel
Drawing inspiration from global dancefloor pioneers like Bonobo and CloZee, Compass delivers a spiritual experience that will leave you relaxed and refreshed.
image for International Musical Hybrid Group Drops Stunning New Record. - Gone Gone Beyond: Canyons (Official Music Video)
Posted by Krister Axel
A voodoo lullaby with all the whimsy of Alan Watts and all the heart of Neil Young.
image for Chill Electro Pop from Los Angeles. - Listen to Logan Prescott: tongue
Posted by Krister Axel
Heavily influenced by the retro vibes of artists like LANY or The 1975, with a healthy dose of modern production polish and electro-pop ear candy.
image for Nashville Folk Poet Explores Themes of Mortality and Nostalgia. - Bridget Rian: Trailer Park Cemetery
Posted by Krister Axel
Her music is honest and contemplative with a vocal presence that is nothing short of intoxicating.
image for Viral Country Star from Jacksonville Drops Wistful New Hit. - Matt Cooper: Ain't Met Us Yet
Posted by Krister Axel
As an independent artist, it is difficult to show the world your potential without a label backing you up—but Matt Cooper is making it look easy.