Lemaitre is comprised of Norwegian duo Ketil Jansen and Urik Denizou. Their latest, “Big” is following “Rocket Girl” with a Betty Who feature and if you know anything about me, you know I love Betty. Ketil says, “We were all on a Beatles vibe that day and wanted to try something that kind of sounded like that, but also sounded electronic and fresh. There are a lot of weird, out-of-tune sounds in the song, but big electronic drums playing the backbeat. For the outro, we played our own brass instruments (we can’t really play), to get a fun vibe going.
Miranda Glory just released her song Hypochondriac and I loved her voice and the dark electric vibes. We talked to her about the new song and being obsessed with Web MD.
ELA Lindsey’s pop synths and smooth voice blend together to make an amazing combination. The Nashville-based artist is popping up on everyone’s radar and for good reason. At 29, she’s proof there’s never a wrong time do chase your dreams. Her single, “Healing Me Slow” just dropped last week and it’s safe to say we’re already obsessed!
Imagine having your song achieve platinum status, and the first person to tell you is your own mother. That’s what Parson James experienced when his hit “Stole the Show” with KYGO reached this milestone. James laughs at this story and tells me, “Yeah, it’s crazy. My mom saw it on a dance music blog and called me up before I even got a chance to see it. It was an awesome surprise.”
The Greeting Committee has been making waves in the music scene for a while. They’ve been opening for phenomena acts like Kitten, Misterwives, The Mowgli’s, and Andrew McMahon, but just because they’re the opening act doesn’t mean they go unnoticed, in 2015 they released their first EP It’s Not All That Bad, featuring their single “Hands Down” which has amassed over 6 million combined streams on Spotify.