Ms. Lauryn Hill

Ms. Lauryn Hill

Born in New Jersey to a schoolteacher mother and computer programmer/system’s analyst father, it was obvious from a young age that Ms. Hill possessed extraordinary talents, abilities and propensity for creativity. 
 

Lion Babe

Lion Babe

Constantly embracing polarity, mixing and matching sounds and visuals to create something new and unique – LION BABE are the New York duo formed of singer/songwriter and performance artist Jillian Hervey and

instrumentalist and producer Lucas Goodman.

 

Vita And The Woolf

Vita And The Woolf

Inspired by the love relationship between novelists Vita Sackville-West and Virginia Woolf, Philadelphia’s Vita and the Woolf will release the long awaited new album, Tunnels on June 16 on Believe Global Label Services.
The project has received widespread critical acclaim, among others finding a fan in M83 who wrote about them for USA Today as well as recently being dubbed a “Band You Need To See” by Billboard. A dynamic and cerebral collection of soulful pop, the album touches on power dynamics in relationships and society as well as sexual discovery and empowerment. 

Miss Velvet & The Blue Wolf

Miss Velvet & The Blue Wolf

Miss Velvet and the Blue Wolf, is a new band on the American Indie Rock/funk scene.  Their ‘in your face, badass’ sound has been described as ‘if the 70’s band Chicago and Led Zeppelin had a baby with Janis Joplin, you would get Miss Velvet and the Blue Wolf.’   Wowing audiences in NYC and Austin TX at the 2016 SXSW Festival, this 8 piece powerhouse of a band chose Detroit Michigan’s iconic United Sound Studio, home to Earth, Wind and Fire, George Clinton and Parliament Funkhadelic to record their debut album, BAD GET SOME with a street date release set for Sept.

Kranium

Kranium

Ever since the 1970s New York City has been home to the world's biggest Caribbean community outside of the West Indies. From the time of Super Cat and Shaggy, New York has been known as the city that breaks Dancehall hits. In legendary venues like Brooklyn's Biltmore Ballroom, Act III in the Bronx, and the Q Club in Queens, Jamaican dons and donnettes who moved to America in search of a better life would turn out in their freshest fashions to catch the latest sounds from Kingston-or to see stars visiting from the island, some of whom would eventually settle in NYC.

OAK + ASH

OAK + ASH

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