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Fiona Joy

Australia’s Fiona Pleasure (aka Fiona Pleasure Hawkins) is a pianist, vocalist, and composer who makes ambient, jazz, and classical-influenced modern recordings. Blessed in Cessnock, New South Wales, Pleasure had taken piano lessons from a age group and by her teenagers had been composing her personal music. After senior high school, …

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Grace Mitchell

By age 16, Grace Mitchell broke with her downtempo, R&B-influenced cover of Hall & Oates’ “Maneater” for the soundtrack to THE TRICK Life of Walter Mitty. The Portland, Oregon-born Mitchell — who has tips, drums, and guitars — agreed upon with Casablanca/Republic in 2013 and relocated to LA. Her debut …

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Sarah Hudson

Her brash, rebellious, introspective music may appeal to numerous different viewers, but teenagers are the market of Sarah Hudson’s guitar-driven angst-pop. The teenagers may be hip to her cousin — celebrity Kate Hudson — however the teenagers’ parents are most likely just as acquainted with her dad, the Hudson Brothers’ …

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Lia Ices

Brooklyn, New York-based pianist, vocalist, and songwriter Lia Ices was created and raised in Connecticut, where she began using piano at age five, although she didn’t discover her penchant for songwriting until years afterwards while their studies at N.Con.U.’s famed Tisch College from the Arts’ Experimental Movie theater Wing. Sounding …

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Teletextile

Originally referred to as the Pamela Martinez Band, this Boston group (Pamela Martinez, and keyboardist and instrumentalist Brian Hamilton) began like a duo just before changing names and expanding their roster to add guitar and percussion. In its initial identification the group released a four-song EP in 2005, that was …

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Astrid Swan

A dramatic songwriter and performer much like artists like Regina Spektor and Rufus Wainwright, Astrid Swan made ripples in the blogosphere when she emerged around the Minty Fresh label in the first 2000s. Given birth to in Finland, Swan demonstrated a great deal of musical skill at a age; she …

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Susanne Sundfør

Arriving onto the international scene just like a rich, delicate mixture of Stina Nordenstam, Depeche Setting, Tori Amos, and Radiohead, Norwegian singer/songwriter Susanne Sundfør increased to fame in her homeland from 2005. It had been that calendar year she toured the united states opening for British vocalist/songwriter Tom McRae, while …

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Canasta

A six-piece orchestral pop clothing hailing from Chicago, IL, Canasta formed in 2002. In 2003, the group — Jeremy Beckford (electric guitar and vocals), Matt Priest (vocals, bass, trombone, percussion), Kyle Mann (piano and vocals), Ian Wilson (keyboards and vocals), Elizabeth Lindau (vocals and violin), and Josh Lava on drums …

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Sue Willett

Vocalist and songwriter Sue Willett’s tone of voice continues to be called sultry and breathy, her music emotional and unique. In 1999, she released her debut full-length record, Tales From My Mind. The debut is normally filled with choice styled music like “Simply an American,” “What I REALLY DO for …

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Leticia Servin

Mexican singer and songwriter Leticia Servin started singing covers of well-known Latin tunes at age 19 while their studies at a Music Academy in Morelia. Through the early ’90s, Servin participated in various bands, performing from traditional folklore to option rock and roll, including an acoustic duet known as Salida …

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