A refreshingly bold outfit hailing from Nashville, Tramp Stamps are here to shake things up with an unfiltered new voice for today’s pop punk landscape.
Armed with awesome melodies and sharp productions, Tramp Stamps tackle societal ills like white-boy privilege and fragile masculinity through their lyricism in a uniquely fun and charming way.
“I’d love it if our music could give women space to be vulgar and silly and have a lot of fun with it, the same way that men have for so long. We want to remind everyone that being empowered doesn’t have to feel so heavy all the time – you can show that other, lighter side of yourself, and still say something important.” – Maino, Tramp Stamps
While CRITTER seem like an unlikely duo (consisting of a folk performer and former rap producer), together they make some of the most enjoyable pop you’ll experience all week. It’s pure joy, and I for one can’t wait to see what they come up with next.
A multi-talented artist hailing from Amsterdam, Avalan (Valentijn Hoogwerf) is a DJ, producer and singer.
While still only 24-years old, he performed ‘World We Know’ at the opening of last year’s AMF presents Top 100 DJs production to an audience of seven million viewers from across the world. It’s safe to say that if there’s one name to watch out for from the Netherlands, it’s Avalan.
“The song is about being stuck at home quarantining your way to a better future. Sad but hopeful, this song encourages people to fight themselves through the hard times of today and giving them hope for a better future.”
Hailing from Luton, Tayong is shaping up to become one of the most promising British hip hop talents for 2021, with his flair for wordplay creating sharp lyrics over thoughtfully structured productions.
A sister and brother band hailing from Australia, Esther and Will grew up in a small country town in New South Wales before moving to Melbourne and Berlin respectively. They would write music together on their annual Christmas catch-ups, inspired by their 90s Rage addictions.
Wanting to hang out and play more, they booked shows all across Europe and toured up and down the East and West coasts of Australia, selling out venues and creating a buzz for their playful and loveable style of indie-pop.
“‘Fatal.Attraction’ is a track written about the holy trinity of tins, darts and breaking hearts. It brings to light love hate relationships, the desire for a puff after a sip and addictions of all kinds.”
A refreshingly original sound from Norwegian 3-piece outfit Orions Belte. Their trademark style of blending underground pop, psych, rhythmic instrumentation and world music creates a mysterious yet infectious mix of sounds which are totally mesmerising to experience.
“We feel like we have a really strong connection between us. That’s why we can write stuff on the fly and record whole songs in one take and use all the parts from all three of us.” – Blomstrøm, Orions Belte
A stunning combination of pop-rock and gospel with a hugely powerful vocal. ‘Eye Of The Hurricane’ is a song that is elevated yet deeply powerful; moving you with it’s epic grandness.
Having already achieved recognition in the past by advancing to the quarter-finals of The Voice of Germany, Nordi Blu is now on course for world domination through her unmistakably unique style of music making.