"Tears of Loneliness" by Jesso Jesso
Elia started singing as a young girl in Israel, eventually serving her country as a representative singer during her army service. After serving, she began singing more and more in local bands around the country. Elia soon had grown very connected to the Israeli music scene, having worked with many of the country's top musicians, and was able to begin work on her debut album in Hebrew. The album was nationally acclaimed, seeing (and continuing to see) much airtime on Israeli radio.
With a diverse style, ranging from top 40's pop to soulful R & B, Elia has so much to offer the American pop music world. She brings grit and passion to a genre which is often expected to be clean and monotonous. Elia is a strong and unwavering force of music and feminism, putting her boundless passion into her songs and her sharp mind into her collaborations.
Twitter Handle: elia55880151
Jesso "I Don't Wanna Lose My Way," is a video charts the journey of Jesso as she travels through an eerie post-apocalyptic world towards the sea. Part road movie, part mermaid odyssey.
Shot with the help of friends, the video for Loftän’s song “Undercover Girl” interweaves the light-hearted song title with the deeper meaning of the lyrics. While the band intrudes upon the personal lives of their friends getting ready for a date, proving mathematical theorems or partying in the front yard, the lyrics tell the story of a girl hiding behind her self-imposed mask.
Loftän is a German/American pop music duo based in Eugene, Oregon. Janell Riedl, an Oregon native, and Julia Mahncke, a recent transplant from Germany, met in the summer of 2015 at a Pilates studio. They started talking about music, jamming together and very quickly realized they should make this a thing. The duo's indie/pop/folk sound is based around the women's vocal harmonies. In July 2016 they self-released their debut EP "From Here".
Twitter Handle: thebandloftan
Video Artist of the Year 2016—’JESSO”
Thanks to the Australian Independent Music Awards ( Musicoz )for voting JESSO Video Artist of the Year for my Video “Elysium” - Special Thanks to Angus Giorgi. Many thanks to AIMA for putting on such a great Awards night at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney ,Wednesday 26th October. Congratulations to all category winners— I was also thrilled to be nominated as a Finalist for Artist of the Year, the talent and dedication of all artists this year was truly astounding, it was a privilege to be a part of the evening and to be acknowledged
In the Industry. www.jesso.com.au
Twitter Handle: jessomusic
Wash Me Away, written by Jeff Water NC, was filmed in Hawaii while I was on a working holiday 2012. This song is about letting go of a relationship with help from 'Above'.
Official lyric video for Land Mine. (Genre: Pop/Rock/Punk/Doo-wop)
Krista D is a singer-songwriter, originally from New Brunswick, who currently lives and works as a visual artist, alongside of recording music, in Edmonton, Alberta.
Samples of her 3 music projects can be heard here: http://www.looselambrecords.com/LLartists.htm
Her 3 styles of visual art can be viewed here: http://www.kristaacheson.com
Sarah is a singer/songwriter from Birmingham, UK. Her debut album "Come Around" was released in Nov 2016 & is available on iTunes & Amazon Music. Sarah is heavily inspired by Carole King, The Carpenters, Fleetwood Mac & more recent artists such as Rumer & Norah Jones. Her album contains original tracks with a retro flavour. This video is the title track of her "Come Around" album & was inspired by the gorgeous photo on the cover of Carole Kings' "Tapestry" album.
Twitter Handle: sarahrichessong
There Was a Time is the two time winner of the Blues International Release of the Year, Blues411.
It also ranked #1 on Sirisuxm Radio BB Kings Bluesville. Two Time winner of the Independent Music Awards Best Blues Song. It was Voters Choice finalist in the International Songwriting Competition and #1 in NY. See more accolades and awards on www.sundaywilde.com
Twitter Handle: sundaywilde
I wrote this song, 'There Will Always Be a Light,' shortly after the election last November.
This video is a collection of footage from myself, my sister Rebecca Aske and my dear sister-friend, Kate Tucker of the Women's March in D.C. January 21st, 2017.
I hope it serves as a reminder to myself and you that, even though we may all be coming from different view points in life, there can always be a Light if we let Love in.
This Instrumental Song, Sunshine, was written and performed by Suzanne Carroll. A songwriter and composer based in Ireland, she has been influenced by many artists as she has developed her own style. They include: Michael Jackson, Freddie Mercury, George Michael, Enya, Hans Zimmer and Carrie Underwood.She also writes music in different genres such as Pop, Country, New Age, Easy Listening and R& B.
Politicians your voters cry is a song from 2011 by Natasja Lee Dickinson.
The song is about hope and faith, and seems to fit present time perfectly.
Punchy and left of centre, but with a universally appealing groove and melody, This Way North’s live shows are powerful. Cat brings solid groove based, dynamic power drumming, while Leisha sways with swampy slide guitar, slimmed down soul vocals and compelling alt- pop melodies. Sometimes likened to The Black Keys, Tame Impala and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, their unique musical connection creates an explosive sound that’s rarely realised by just two artists on stage. Audiences are drawn in by the powerful performances of these two seasoned musicians. The moment This Way North embrace the stage the audience engage – that’s just how it is.
The video for 'Head Above Water' was shot at a recent fundraiser for the outdoor education group 'Mittagundi' up the remote Glen Valley in the Australian Alps. The video edited by Agostino Soldati and shot by Jerun Terlaak combines stunning footage of the high country and captures the beauty of being present during river floats, time with mates and live music. It is a beautiful representation of the song, its journey and meaning.
Twitter Handle: thiswaynorthHQ
Tomoko is a Japanese singer songwriter who expertly blends Eastern spiritualism and American soul music.
Her debut single "Love Me" is a sensual bossa nova tune with a universal appeal that makes you feel good.
The credit: Lyrics & Melody Written by Tomoko, Music Produced by Jamba, Video directed by Steven Speliotis.
For more info visit: tomokomusic.com
Twitter Handle: tomokoofficial
Pulse is written by Louis Vivet and features Kirsten Collins.
Kirsten is Canadian born and raised from Calgary Alberta.
Music has been the love of her life since a very young age. She embraces the stage at every
performance and shines. She has had the opportunity to write and record with Grammy
producers at the young age of 14 in LA.
She is featured on the MC Mario singing "Anti-Gravity" and is popular across social media
platforms such as Facebook, Instagram.
To hear Kirsten perform live is a listening experience. Her pure voice has an incredible
fluidity and resonance that impacts your heart. She has multiple octave range that carries
different variants of colour and sound. One of her unique abilities is to write a song right in
She was singing on key when she was less than 2 years old. She sang her first solo at age 5
and wrote her first song at 6. She then went on to win Calgary Junior Idol when she was 10.
She was named Miss Teen Calgary - World in 2012 and also competed in the Miss Teen
Canada - World pageant. As an actress, she had a major role in the 2009 film Rust - Sony
(Corbin Bernsen) which featured her original song "Could You Imagine.”
"The Trestle" is a song about the wonderment of love. It was inspired by watching the young people in my family grow up and become young adults and also watching them experience first loves reminded me of my youth, first crushes, first real loves and endless summer love. With this video I wanted to capture the feel of a dreamy late summer using imagery that hopefully would inspire each listener's own memories. This song is available for a free download at www.golddustpony.band. -Elle Crossley from Gold Dust Pony
So your boy tells you he's joining the military. This video might reveal what could go through the mind of a mother when she learns this news. Linda Mckenzie is one such Army mom and singer/songwriter who wrote the song initially using music as her therapy. When her young son announced he was going to join the military and become a "Soldier", this song was born at the songwriter’s kitchen table. A heartfelt look at what “A Son With A Gun” feels like to one such mom. Track# 4 of the songwriters album, “Along the Way" features the song which is dedicated to mothers of soldiers everywhere. A portion of the sales from this album benefits “The Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc.”, which is a 501(c)3 National Organization. You can Listen to Linda Mckenzie's music here: www.LindaMckenzieMusic.com (enjoy a free song download while you’re there!)
Singer songwriter from Northumerland County Ontario sings a song about growing up in the slow lane. May or may not involve smoking something funny in the barn.
Los Angeles artist Emily Zuzik has been known to switch up her songwriting styles. With the video for Alone, she displays her confident electro-pop wares while lyrically exploring the transitions when someone has gone too soon. Alone is off her latest EP, ANGELENOS, produced and co-written with Tim Lefebvre (David Bowie's Blackstar/Tedeschi Trucks Band). Travel through a world of psychedelic colors, open freeways at night and moody rainy days, all while listening to the tale of vulnerability and honesty Emily sings dynamically.
Bright and radiant with electro pop elements, featuring urging female lead vocals and synthesizer that creates a reflective, longing mood.
Kolade Olamide Ayodeji is a songwriter, music producer and performer of Rap, Hip-Hop, R n B, Dance, Country and Gospel music.