Nova Miller is a Swedish teen indie-pop singer/songwriter who’s bound to create some color in your life. Her debut EP, “Yellow” is already taking over the charts and Miller’s here to prove she’s going to stick around for quite a while. Aside from opening for acts Jacob Sartorius and Jack and Jack, she’s also performed in the studios for Ryan Seacrest. If that isn’t impressive enough, she’s got a five-octave vocal range and plays piano, guitar and many other instruments. I can’t wait for you to get to know this talented young woman.
Fly By Midnight is a pop duo formed by former MTV reality star, Justin Byrte and Slavo. The two are most known for their crazy energy and unique harmonies. This retro-pop band just dropped their new single, “All the Feels” and it’s sure to give you the feels, too. We got to talk to them about the new single and I know you’re going to love it.
There’s not a lot of artists that have a sound as striking as ZZ Ward. I was first introduced to her through her 2012 album Til The Casket Drops. I couldn’t stop listening to it.
Jenn Bostic has the most beautiful voice and her song “Too Easy” perfectly shows it off. The song is about going against the norm and following your heart.
Charlie Korman has a lot of work ethic. It shows through his drive not only int he music industry, but also in his education. He manages to be a college student along with his booming music career.
Fairview was formed in the suburbs of Chicago. Through hard work and a little luck they ended up being signed by Tom Higgenson from The Plain White T’s. We talked to the band about finding a mentor and keeping some things secret.
Johnnie Mikel is making huge waves in music and with the success of his song” Friday Night,” it’s clear there’s no stopping him. We talked to him about his inspirations and finding his sound.
Reuben And The Dark has this dreamy sound that I can’t shake. It’s looming and moody but also inspirational. We chatted about taking inspiration from dreams and getting personal with songs.
One of the best parts about the growing and adapting scene here in Nashville is the opportunity for acts to emerge in their own unique way. Back in 2014, I remember one of our local stations playing a track from a new rock pop band called Jet Black Alley Cat. Obviously, with a band name like that and a debut single titled “Poison”, they had my attention.
Fresh of the release of their new EP, Headfirst, we talk with Sub-Radio. The DC-based pop-rock band have gained recognition since their debut in 2016, steadily touring and playing live shows, while also continually releasing tracks during the 2017 year. The six-piece band, yes six, are hitting the road hard this summer so we caught up with them.