Lauren Lakis Single Entitled ‘Lead Us On’
A child of Baltimore, Lauren Lakis grew to embrace the fatalistic spirit of the city with an ever-present and fearless approach to her work and art. The hand-crafted rawness of her sound bellows deep and true, unscathed by the prevailing winds of today’s polite rock. Lakis’s persistence and growth in the Los Angeles scene can be attributed to her previous bands Hobart W Fink (vocals), Slow Coda (vocals & keys), & LA Nova (vocals, keys, bass, programming).
“I’ve always felt awkward in front of the camera so I decided that in my music videos I would play the role of the narrator,” says Alec Benjamin of the “Let Me Down Slowly” video. “Most of my songs are based on a specific narrative so I figured why not just tell the story as it is and have some great actors bring the story to life.”
Dossey Releases “Heartbeats” // Skope Magazine
Dossey is the electro-pop alter-ego of artist/songwriter/enigma Sarah Dossey, who derives her sound from an eclectic appreciation of music and art. The banjo playing member of Austin-based folk/bluegrass trio Indian & the Jones, Dossey’s sound as a solo artist is very much influenced by traditional American folk, all through the funnel of 1980s synth pop and new wave.
The song premiered via All Things Go who said, “Expertly layered with lofty strings and gentle percussion, the single teases an older aesthetic while keeping in time with modernity.”
The band added, “You’ll give your best self at the beginning of a relationship. In time, things will change, but never enough to make you forget why you loved that person in the first place.”
Ruchir Shares “Love Me” Track Feat. Jon McCoy Via EDM Sauce
EDM Sauce has shared Ruchir’s new track entitled “Love Me” Feat. Jon McCoy.
“Love Me”, the second single from Ruchir’s upcoming EP “Only U” highlights the young producers expanding palate blending elements of Hip-Hop, Electronica, and R&B to create a musical tapestry for Jon McCoy on vocals.