Best New Artists

Once you hear the eerie indie pop sound of FOREIGN AIR, you’ll quickly understand why music blogs have been won over by their infectious debut singles, Free Animal and In the Shadows. They are already creating buzz with their perfect blend of moody electronics and guitar-filled indie pop that will keep you coming back for more.
If you’re a fan of alt-pop artists like Charlie XCX or Marina and The Diamonds, then stop what you’re doing and read on because SIZZY ROCKET will totally be one of your favorite new artists! Her attitude packed indie pop sound is making her new album, Thrills, a solid debut. With memorable lyrics, infectious melodies, and plenty of synths, it’s easy to see why we are completely smitten.
We just stumbled upon 19 year old new artist Rosemi, and we were instantly hooked to her smooth and spacey electronic sound that we heard on her track, New Born Baby. So get cozy, grab some head phones, and read on to discover the easy going electronic sounds of Rosemi.
We still don’t know much about infectious new artist Akacia, but her track Waiting Game has us completely smitten with her silky-smooth croon and chilled out production. Read on to see why we think Akacia is on her way to being your favorite new chill out artist!
London-based new artist Felix Davis totally has me smitten with his self-produced project, BAD ATOMS. His sound is self-described as bedroom rock tripped up pop stoner folk.
California and South Africa’s ANIMA! are turning heads with their intricate production and cutting edge electronic sound which makes singer-songwriter Arielle and producer Vicente some of our favorite new artists!
Dia, of indie-pop sister duo Meg & Dia, has teamed up with renowned producer Joseph Trapanese, and together they’ve been creating epic and cinematic pop songs that are captivating anyone who listens.
Rapper/producer Young Lungs blends beautifully spacey electronics with hip hop-beats, while his laid-back vocal delivery makes for a totally fresh and intoxicating sound we can’t get enough of.