Under the category ‘made in Sweden’ comes something of a pedigree for upfront songwriting talent. SHY Martin has taken that one step further, following a billion streaming songwriting run with the formal launch of her solo project. As the follow-up to ‘Good Together,’ punch Summer pop offering ‘Bad In Common’ continues to show the young artist as a more than capable leading lady, setting anticipations to an all-time high for her next steps.
Joseï¬ne is a 24-year-old Swedish born artist that grew up in a family of musicians including three sisters who played guitar, drums and piano. Joseï¬ne followed in their footsteps by auditioning for Stockholmâ€™s best choir school where she was accepted at the age of 9. From that moment on she knew music was more than a hobby, it was a passion. Her talents would eventually lead her to Berklee College of Music where she graduated in 2016.
After college she planted roots in Los Angeles where she focused on her artistry. Her sophomore single “Where Do We Go” is an upbeat dance-pop number that was produced alongside multi-Grammy award winning producer Justin Trugman (JoJo, Backstreet Boys, Pitbull) and co-written with Ale Alberti. Joseï¬ne brings fresh talent to the electronic pop scene where we’re certain sheâ€™ll continue to make waves in 2018.
Black Gold Buffalo originally formed in East London back in 2014. A line-up change, a move to the South East Coast in the UK and with lots of time spent writing under their belts, the four-piece are now ready to release their self titled debut album in Spring 2018. The album tackles obstacles young people face growing up in the city, the highs and lows of inner city living, escapism, frustration etc.
Hannah Holland who plays bass in the band is also an iconic DJ, producer and label boss that most of you have probably heard of. Her distinct sound incorporates elements of house, techno and bass. Her releases can be found on iconic labels such as Classic Music Company, Crosstown Rebels, Nervous Records and of course on her own labels Batty Bass and Native City.
This exclusive Discobelle premiere of the Hannah Holland remix of single track “Pearls Deep” is a steadfast piece of darkish indie dance with an infectious bassline, a housed up beat and vocals that linger in the background.