Jacob Dennis is a 25 year old singer/song writer currently based in Los Angeles. Hailing from Santa Cruz, California, and draws a lot of his sound from the music created during the 90’s-00’s. With the help of his band, Jordan Meltzer, Marco Polo and Sebastian Alberini, they’ve developed catchy hooks and intriguing melodies. Jacob has been making his mark on the pop punk and making noise within his generation and those before him.
Hunter Daily knows what she wants to be for others what her favorite artists are for her: a light in the dark. Marrying the earnest folk-pop production of Noah Cyrus with the wistful lyricism of Phoebe Bridgers, Daily is a unique and compelling singer-songwriter with a soundscape that blends 2000’s dream-pop with 1960’s Laurel Canyon. Daily’s music encompasses all the romance, heartbreak, and complexity of her hometown.”Die in LA.’ a thumping,piano-laced meditation on the City of Angels, states plainly that “there’s more to life than palm trees and looking good at parties.” A layered, church-choir chorus of intricate vocal harmonies-arranged by Daily’s Executive Producer Jenna Andrews (the hitmaker behind BTS’s “Butter,” “Dynamite, ano, Benee’s”Supalonely” and leading the development of artists like Lennon Stella and Noah Cyrus) – conveys the passion and urgency of her message.The songs crafted in this project evoke the spectral quality of Joni Mitchell (Daily herself is a “Lady of the Canyon,” having spent much of her adolescence in a house up Laurel), as well as the fearlessness of her more modern influences, like Frank Ocean, whose artistry inspired Daily to push the boundaries of her own songwriting. For Hunter, writing became a vital form of expression during her high-school years.*There’s something about music that feels intuitiv é to me,” she says. “Writing songs felt like the most unadulterated way to find ‘Hunter.’These are love songs, torch songs, songs of devotion, all timeless and vividly colored by Daily’s sweet yet soulful vocals and lived experience. This is Hunter: raw, fearless, and unguarded.
Brett Landin is a Southern-raised, LA-based singer-songwriter breaking down barriers and notions of conventionality in country music.
Her musical stylings and lyrics are imbued with an authenticity that fills in the gaps of today’s contemporary country genres. With an inherent honesty, her music connects not only with her peers in their twenties but the greater community of music lovers. There is a sense of vulnerability, inviting us to share in her personal journey through raw lyrics that resonate through her smoky vocals.
The sound and impact of her voice has led her to be compared to the likes of country’s contemporary and classic great female artists like Kelsea Ballerini, Carly Pearce, and Ashley McBryde.
Her first single from her unreleased EP, Small Town Girl, is scheduled to drop on March 24th!
Montréal born singer-songwriter Sara Phillips has independently crafted an extremely impressive body of work, characterized by her raw, unapologetic songwriting, and carefully developed production. Her unique brand of soul/pop has been featured in a host of tastemaker publications, and her recent song ‘Six Feet Under’ earned the #1 spot on Spotify’s editorial playlist, ‘Life Sucks’, with over 2,000,000 monthly listeners. Sara’s stand-out, dark-pop single, ‘Rich and Famous’, was also featured as a must-hear track by HighSnobiety, a massive tastemaker blog with over 3 million followers. Sara has also been a leader in the NFT music space, selling over 400 nfts of her music.
From his attention grabbing melodies to his bass breaking production, alt-pop/pop-punk artist Sawyer guarantees a good time. Ranging from the heartfelt acoustic “Down Bad” to the mosh-worthy “Fools Gold”, Sawyer includes something for everybody.
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