Rising alt pop star Giovanna has had an unconventional journey as a musician. She began her career working in the film industry writing scores for, what are now, award winning films (including ‘RISK’ which won Best Film at The Portobello film Festival). It was here that she discovered that she had a talent for capturing raw and un-filtered emotion through sophisticated instrumentation and mindful composition.
An independent singer/songwriter from East Texas, Eli Tidmore has already been making a name for himself with his debut album, ‘Chameleon’, released to wide acclaim in 2017. Now he returns with ‘After Hours’, the first single from his forthcoming second album, which is set for release later on this year.
The video for Zāna’s single, ‘Nah’ opens as it means to go on. A woman wearing high heeled shoes, emblazoned with a big cat on one, and the word ‘Nah’ in diamonds on the other, strides into a party – the heels sparking electricity as she goes. It’s the perfect representation of the sass, sultriness, and strength which come to mind when we think of Zāna.
Rob Georg looks and sounds every bit the cowboy, from his Stetson hat right down to his singing drawl, and to his love of Cutting, a discipline of western riding, which is ridden on horses working cattle. His song, ‘Time For Some Ink’, was produced by Kristin K. Smith, in Nashville, and is a southern rock track as can possibly be.
For those who depend upon rock for their ultimate survival, cast your senses upon the Electric Radio Kings. Spawned from the likes of the iconic Jim Morrison and The Doors, Stone Temple Pilots, Aerosmith, Guns n Roses, and Cheap Trick, Electric Radio Kings have a vibrant, effervescence presence, and a decadent rock ‘n’ roll sound, that deserves a genre of its own. “Orgasmic Rock” seems to best fit lead vocalist Paul Christiana and Electric Radio Kings who have already charted on Billboard’s Top 40, coming in at #35, with their hit ‘Back to Back’, a remake of the Amy Winehouse hit, and that’s only the beginning.