Artist Profile




Daisy the Great is an American music duo. They created the song "Record Player" with AJR, as a cover of their own song "The Record Player Song". They performed the song live during the OK Orchestra Tour.


Here is their current song: 



MANESKIN is an Italian rock band formed in Rome in 2016. The group's lineup consists of vocalist Damiano David, bassist Victoria DeAngelis, guitarist Thomas Raggi and drummer Ethan Torchio.


Listen to "I Wanna Be Your Slave" 



Girl in Red

Girl in Red is Norwegian singer-songwriter, Marie Ulven's, indie pop music project. Her bedroom pop songs about queer romance and mental health brought her attention, and her debut studio album IfI Could Make It Go Quiet will be released in April 2021.


Listen to her single "Serotonin" here:





Clairo, born Claire Elizabeth Cottrill, is an American singer-songwriter. At 13, she began posting music on the internet. In 2017, she rose in popularity after her single "Pretty Girl" went viral. Her latest single, "Sofia", is her first to land on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.


Listen to "Sofia" here:



Cannons is a Los Angeles, CA based indie-electro band with lead singler Michelle Joy, lead guitarist Ryan Clapham, and Paul Davis on drums and keys. Their unique sounds quickly formed their own new genre of "future boogie", with a growing fan base of all ages across the world since just 2013.


Watch the "Fire for You" music video here:



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Wallows is an alternative rock band based in Los Angeles, featuring Dylan Minnette, Braeden Lemasters, and Cole Preston. Their first single, "Pleaser", was released independently in April 2017, which grew to reach number two on the Spotify Global Viral 50 chart. In 2018, they signed with Atlantic Records and released their debut major label EP, Spring. In 2019 they released their debut studio album, Nothing Happens, which includes their single "Are You Bored Yet?".


Watch the music video for "Are You Bored Yet?":



Absofacto is a solo project by musician Jonathan Visger. In 2008, Visger released his first solo efforts, North South, Pt. 1, under his own name, and Trilobite Trash, under the pseudonym Bug Lung Baby. In 2009, the EP Tagalong was released under the moniker Absofacto, the name Visger has used for all his solo musical projects since.


In 2017, Visger (as Absofacto) signed with Atlantic Records and released his major-label debut with the EP Thousand Peaces. The song "Dissolve", originally released in 2015, was included as a track on the EP and released as a single in 2018, but it failed to make any kind of impact. A year later, the song received renewed interest due to a meme on the video-sharing application TikTok and became a surprise hit. It debuted on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart in June 2019 and reached number one on the chart in January 2020.



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Watch the music video for "Dissolve":


The Unlikely Candidates

The Unlikely Candidates formed in 2008 in Fort Worth, TX with their lead vocalist Kyle Morris, lead guitarist Brenton Carney, guitarist Cole Male, drummer Kevin Goddard, and bassist Jared Hornbeek. They united in high school and broke away from the usual music scene in Texas and pursued their own alternative style. Their debut EP Follow My Feet was released in 2013, and they've since released two more EPs. In 2019 they released their most recent single, "Novacaine". They have played with acts like Young the Giant, The Dirty Heads, Fall Out Boy, and Brick & Morter.


Watch "Novacaine" below.



Meg Myers

Meg Myers released her debit EP in March 2012, titled Daughter in the Choir. Before the EP, Myers released the single "Monster", which had great success as a music video. About her musical style, Myers had said, "I came from this grunge, punk-rock background, but I always wanted to write catchy pop songs. I just didn't have the technical knowledge to make them work. But I grew up listening to well-crafted songs. I loved Sting, Led Zeppelin, Dire Straits, James Taylor and Fleetwood Mac. That's what I was drawn to. I love the simplicity of a great song, I just didn't realize how hard that was to capture in a recording. That's why working with Rosen is so great. It was like, 'Okay, I found this guy I can write songs with and who is really good at turning everything into pop, while still letting me be myself."


Listen to her current single, "Running Up That Hill" below:



Rex Orange County

Rex Orange County is an English recording artist who began releasing music in 2016 with his self-released bcos u will never b free on SoundCloud. He went on to release the album Apricot Princess in 2017, and then several singles in 2018. In October 2019, he released 10/10, the lead single from his newest album Pony, along with several other songs.


Listen to 10/10 below.



Nicholas D. Miller, known as Illenium, released his first self-titled EP in May 2013, and followed it up with a second EP titled Risen, released in January 2014. In 2015, Illenium put out several singles, and then went on to release his first studio album in February 2016 called Ashes. That same year he also released several remixes, one of which earned him the "Remix of the Year" award. He then began topping charts with collaboration singles. On August 16, 2019 Illenium released his latest album, Ascend.


Listen to "Good Things Fall Apart" below.


Oliver Tree

Oliver Tree started his career solo recording back in 2010, and then signed with a record label in 2011. He went on break to study music technology at California Institute of the Arts. He returned to recording in 2016, and signed with Atlantic Records just a month before graduation. In December 2018, Oliver Tree released "Hurt" which reached 1 million plays in its first week and ranked 8th on US Alt charts and 12th on US Rock charts.


Listen below to "Hurt".





Billie Eilish


Billie Eilish recently released her first studio album, When We Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? on March 29, 2019.


Listen below to her latest single, Wish You Were Gay, from her recent album.




The Glorious Sons



The Glorious Sons

"The Glorious Sons' second full-length album, Young Beauties & Fools, is all about honesty.

More specifically, it's about exploring the adventures (and frequent misadventures) of main songwriter Brett Emmons in the truest way. It's also an album where The Glorious Sons — rounded out by Brett’s older brother Jay Emmons (guitar), Chris Koster (guitar), Adam Paquette (drums) and Chris Huot (bass) — capture all the listlessness and confusion of young adulthood in 10 doses of modern rock.


"It's basically the story of a 24-year-old kid,” says Brett.  “They’re simple songs about alcoholism and the mostly autobiographical story of my life. The whole thing is derived from the thoughts, actions and feelings of a kid who doesn't really know himself and the consequences of those actions."

Glorious Sons’ hardscrabble tales come naturally. A high-spirited rock band with blue collar roots, they truly found themselves when Brett quit school in 2013 to join them as lead singer. Subsequent years of hard touring and hard partying — sometimes in places so sketchy, as Brett puts it, “There was no electricity in the building” — provided fuel for the songs on Young Beauties & Fools.

“It’s me writing about the things I’ve done, the things that have happened to me and my family, and the things that I think about,” says Brett.


Whether it’s the rock 'n' roll bender “My Pour Heart,” the not-so-classic boy-meets-girl story of “Josie,” or the deeply embarrassing punch-up at a wedding tale “Everything Is Alright,” Brett’s songwriting deftly explores the imperfect humanity of both himself and the many characters he introduces over the course of the album.


It wasn’t easy to capture that realness. The band wanted to range further, to grow and evolve from the successes of 2014’s The Union album. That record was an immediate hit on the Canadian radio rock landscape. Glorious Sons scored seven consecutive Top 10 rock radio tracks, won two SiriusXM Indie Awards (Group of the Year and Rock Group of the Year) and received a Juno Award nomination in 2015 for Rock Album of the Year.


Eighteen months of recording fits and starts led the band to Los Angeles to work with production team Fast Friends (Frederik Thaae, Ryan Spraker, Tom Peyton). It wasn’t until they started exploring a collection of old voice memos on Brett’s phone that they had their eureka moment. The subsequent creative outburst resulted in an album written in 12 days and recorded in 14.

“It was our first time working with these guys in the studio and we were still kinda feeling each other out,” says Brett. “There were times when it almost felt like a blind date. And we had been in the studio with a couple of other producers prior to that and went home empty handed. So after a few lukewarm conversations about ideas, I said to them, ‘Boys, can I show you something?’ I took out my iPhone and played ‘Josie’ and they just went fucking nuts. They wanted us to challenge ourselves as players and songwriters and pushed me to write from personal experience. After that, the hardest part of recording was choosing which songs to keep for the album. I’m forever grateful to them for teaching me to trust myself as a writer and help find that voice.”


There should be lots of opportunities to see Glorious Sons play the songs from Young Beauties & Fools. By their count the band has driven across Canada "at least 10 times" and played upwards of 300 shows to support their last album.


"You don't know what you’re going to get night to night from us," says Jay. "It's something you have to see and it's interesting and powerful."


"It's also an inch from either side of falling off the tracks every single night," adds Brett.

Which is perfectly fitting for a band living young and foolish."



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Lucius is a five person indie pop group, founded when Jess Wolfe (lead vocals, synth) and Holly Laessig (lead vocals, keys) met at Berklee School of Music. They sang together under the name Lucius for a while, then moved to Brooklyn where they met the rest of their band memebers, Dan Molad (drums, vocals), Peter Lalish (guitar, vocals), and Andrew Burri (guitar, drums, vocals).


Lucius' Wildewoman EP was released in 2012, followed by the debut album Wildewoman, released October 2013 under the independent record label, Mom + Pop Music. Also in 2013, they released their single "Turn It Around". Most recently, Lucius released their single "Born Again Teen" in 2015, with their new album Good Grief releasing on March 11th.



Watch the official music video for "Born Again Teen":




Empire of the Sun

Empire of the Sun is an electronic duo from Sydney, Australia. The group formed in 2007 when Luke Steele of The Sleepy Jackson and Nick Littlemore of Pnau started collaborating. In 2008, their debut album, titled Walking on a Dream, brought them international success including certified double platinum in Australia, gold in the UK, and their single 'Walking On A Dream' topping the charts across the world.


Their second album, Ice on the Dune, was released in 2013 and in December 2015 they announced a new album to come in 2016. Their single 'Walking On A Dream' was featured in a national Honda commercial, reigniting the song's popularity and re-release.


Empire of the Sun is known for their elaborate and over the top costumes and stage sets, but they are not currently touring.



Watch the official music video for 'Walking On A Dream":



Miike Snow

Miike Snow formed in 2007 when Swedish producing team Bloodyshy & Avant teamed up with American singer Andrew Wyatt. Bloodyshy & Avant members, Christian Karlsson and Pontus Winnberg, had a lot of success working for Madonna, Kylie Minogue, Kelis, Sky Ferreira, and several others. They even won a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording for Britney Spears’ “Toxic”. Later, Karlsson and Winnberg met Andrew Wyatt in Sweden in 2004 while they were working on a new album for Britney Spears.

Two years after officially forming Miike Snow, the group released their first album, ‘Miike Snow’, with Downtown Records after releasing a single track for “Animal” just a few months prior. They went on to win several awards and create a variety of remixes of tracks for Depeche Mode, Kings of Leon, and many others. In 2012 they released their second studio album, ‘Happy to You’, and also several music videos to accompany the album. After confirming the making of a third album 3 years ago, ‘iii’ will be released on March 4th.


The Lumineers

The Lumineers, founded in 2002, got their start when Wesley Shultz (lead vocals, guitar) and Jeremiah Fraites (drums, percussion) were looking for a way to cope with the loss of Fraites’ brother and Shultz’s best friend. After several years of performing together they put out a Craigslist ad looking for another musician in 2010. After responding to the ad, Neyla Pekarek (cellist, vocalist) joined the band. Then, Stelth Ulvang (pianist) and Ben Wahamaki (bassist) joined in 2012, completing the group.

Their self-titled debut album was released in April 2012, peaking at #2 on the Billboard 200 in January 2013, with the album certified platinum in the United States and Ireland, and gold in the UK, Australia, and Canada. Also in 2013, The Lumineers received two Grammy Award nominations for Best New Artist and Best Americana Album. Their much anticipated second album, Cleopatra, is due in April.


The Strumbellas

The Strumbellas is a Canadian 6 piece, often described as alternative country or indie rock. The band formed in 2008 with four members- Simon Ward (vocals, guitar), John Hembrey (lead guitar), Jeremy Drury (drums), and Darryl James (bass guitar)- who met while living in Lindsay, Ontario. David Ritter (vocals, keys) and Isabel Ritchie (violin) later joined the group after Ward posted a Craigslist ad seeking additional musicians.

In 2009 The Strumbellas released their self-titled EP, bringing them positive reviews on various media outlets and blogs as well as being labeled "an up and coming band to watch". In 2010 they performed at several landmark venues, and then released their first full length album, My Father and the Hunter, in 2012. They then signed on with Six Shooter Records and released their second album, We Still Move on Dance Floors, in 2013. Their third album, Hope, is set to be released on April 22, 2016.



Formed in 2004 in Franklin, TN, Paramore is down to only two of their founding members after the recent departure of bassist Jeremy Davis. Hayley Williams and Taylor York did say that he left on good terms. Davis had left the band for six months for personal reasons back in 2004, but then returned until the January 18th announcement. His reasons for leaving the band now are unclear.

Paramore has released four albums and won a Grammy in 2014 for Best Rock Song with “Ain’t It Fun” from their album ‘Now’. And their journey is not ending there- Williams responded to a fan on Twitter confirming that they are working on a new album that will likely be more pop-punk than rock.

Saint Motel

Saint Motel is a 4 piece indie group from Los Angeles, formed in 2009 when A/J Jackson, lead singer, and Aaron Sharp, lead guitarist, met in film school. After finishing up the band with Dak, bass, and Greg Irwin, drums, Saint Motel released their EP ForPlay, and they made a music video for all 6 songs.

In July of 2012 Saint Motel released their first full album, Voyeur, with On The Records. The album includes 11 songs, with 5 of them having been released as singles first. Saint Motel also released EPs 7"1 (2011), 7"2 (2013), and most recent, released in December 2015, is their EP My Type, with a full length album expected to come in the near future. Also in 2015, they performed on the mainstage both weekends at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, and are now getting ready for their North America tour.


Death Cab for Cutie

Deatch Cab for Cutie have been together since 1997 and have since released 8 studio albums, with their newest, Kintsugi, released just last March with Atlantic Records. They recorded their album at Eldorado Recording Studios in Burbank, CA, and for the first time ever brought in an outside producer. While they were recording Kintsugi, Chris Walla, lead guitarist and founder member, announced that he will be leaving the band after the album was done.

Kintsugi is nominated for Best Rock Album at the 58th Grammy Awards. The other nominees for the category are Chaos And The Calm (James Bay), Mister Asylum (Highly Suspect), Drones (Muse), and The Gray Chapter (Slipknot). This is Death Cab for Cutie’s fifth Grammy Awards nomination.



Awolnation is a 5 piece American group formed by frontman Aaron Bruno in 2009. In the past Bruno was part of Under the Influence of Giants, Home Town Hero, and Insurgance. Awolnation signed on with Red Bull Records, released their first EP on iTunes in May 2010, and then their first studio album titled “Megalithic Symphony” in March 2011. From the album, their song “Sail” peaked at #17 on the Billboard Hot 100, #4 on Billboard’s Rock Songs chart, and #5 on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart. “Sail” is certified 6x as platinum with over 5.5 million copies sold. Also from the album, “Not Your Fault” is certified 2x as gold. As of December 2014, the album as a whole is certified gold.

Awolnation’s second studio album titled “Run” was released on March 17, 2015 and included 2 songs, “Hollow Moon” and “I Am”, which were previously released as singles.


Cage the Elephant

Cage the Elephant released their fourth studio album, Tell Me I’m Pretty, on December 18th. Lead singer Matt Shultz said “With this record, we wanted to be more transparent”, and to do so, most of the 10 song album was recorded on the first shot while they tried to capture their onstage energy as much as possible. And, they went back to their roots for some inspiration by recording Tell Me I’m Pretty at Easy Eye Sound Studio in Nashville, TN, near their hometown of Bowling Green, KY.

Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys helped produce the album along with the Cage the Elephant members, and according to Rolling Stone, “These guys aren’t just reliving classic sounds, they’re giving them a frantic sense of dread that’s perfect for our own dislocated, paranoid times.”

Their record release pushed their single, ‘Mess Around’ to #3 on the Billboard Alternative Songs Chart, up from #4.


Elle King

Congratulations to Elle King for her Grammy nominations! She’s in the running for Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song, both for the song “Ex’s & Oh’s”.

Elle King was born in 1989 in Los Angeles, CA, and grew up in Southern Ohio. Her father is former SNL star, Rob Schneider, and her mother is London King. Around the age of 13, she was most inspired by the music of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Etta James, Aretha Franklin, Johnny Cash, and AC/DC- who she has tattooed on her arm. King spent most of her teenage years in New York City and Philadelphia, and she now resides in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

Released in February 2015, her latest album is called "Love Stuff," You can also check out her EP "Good to Be a Man" which features "Catch Us If You Can" and "American Girl" from the movie "Hot Pursuit."


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