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Blood Orange Is The Sound You’ve Been Waiting For

Modern R&B pop-soul sensibility with an incredible ear for composition, Blood Orange is refreshing.  

Devonte’ Haynes also known as Blood Orange has produced, played, or written songs for A$AP Rocky, FKA Twigs, Florence and The Machine, and Carly Rae Jepsen to name a few.

He is one of those artists that has been quietly behind major hits… read more

Young & Sick Twentysomething

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Young & Sick blends good vibes and even better grooves.

The Moroccan Lounge in downtown Los Angeles, CA was buzzin’ as the alternative pop artist took over the venue to perform “Letting Go of Giving Up” and “Oija.”

No time was wasted as Young & Sick leapt into the crowd and connected with his people. Tasty guitar licks, fresh… read more

King Klio Is A Song Away From Reigning

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We caught up with King Klio at the Artist Relations Endorse Expo during NAMM week.

Emerging pop/soul and R&B artist King Klio has been grinding it out in the L.A. music scene and putting in the work.

We discovered the young songstress a few months ago and invited her to showcase at the San Francisco Music Conference.… read more

ARTIST TO WATCH FOR: Mala Ruckus

It’s not often that we get submissions from the far east but we were pleasently suprised when Mala Ruckus stopped us in our tracks with their song “Run.”  The 5-piece indie band hails from different nations but have formed a bond in Dalian, China to create a sound that weaves folk, rock and soul in a way… read more

Artist To Watch For: Olivia Thai

There is something so dope about a smart, articulate and beautiful girl jamming an original song on an acoustic guitar. Get to know Olivia Thai.  

All the effects, arrangements and production are stripped down and it’s just the raw and real artist leaving themselves vulnerable to the world.

The Los Angeles based up and coming R&B,… read more

Q&A with Singer / Songwriter Kylie Odetta

There’s a saying by author Malcom Gladwell that it takes an average of 10 years or 10,000 hours of practicing a craft to be considered a professional.  At just 17-years young, southern singer/songwriter Kylie Odetta is already half way there. She has written over 200 songs and continues to build her catalog.

She’s not only committed… read more