Nineteen-year-old singer-songwriter Alec Chambers hails from smalltown Connecticut and has recently been honing his craft with Nashville songwriters. You can hear how far he’s come on the confident and lavish new single “Do You See Me”.
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Hailing from Stockport, England but now based in London, singer/songwriter/guitarist JJ Rosa brings a very unique perspective to funk/dance pop on her debut EP Tonight, which will be released on 5 December. With nimble vocals inspired by Michael Jackson, a nasty funk groove reminiscent of Chic and Chaka Khan, and guitar work that evokes Nile Rodgers, the raucous title track is a huge statement by this talented young woman, who’s already garnered high praise from the likes of Christine McVie and Rowetta.
Directly inspired by fka twigs, the xx, and London Grammar, London artist Bela Takes Chase combines dark pop and electronic music in a creative, sumptuous way. She takes to the British seaside on her new video for her current single “Wonderlust”, and it’s a stunningly shot visual complement to the music.
Led by singer Eden Lee and guitarist Jimmy Sweet, Los Angeles sextet Lady Low create a sound that delves into the darker corners of pop and rock music in a way that immediately makes you think they’d be perfect for a David Lynch Soundtrack. And when you see the new drenched-in-red video for “Burning Like a Fever”, you’ll sense that Lynch connection even more.
San francisco blues rock band the Stone Foxes released their latest album Twelve Spells back in September, and when it came to putting together a video for the track “This Town”, what better way than capturing the infectious energy the guys bring to the stage night after night? The Stone Foxes are a wickedly great live band, and “This Town” brings it out brilliantly.
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