SINGER-SONGWRITER AND CERTIFIED COOL GIRL PARKER CREATES INDIE-POP ANTHEMS WITH RELATABLE LYRICS AND CATCHY HOOKS. SHE ATTENDED PERFORMING ARTS SCHOOLS HER ENTIRE LIFE AND JUST RECENTLY LEFT THE NEW SCHOOL IN NY TO PURSUE HER MUSIC CAREER IN LA. PARKER RELEASED HER DEBUT ALBUM “DAISY” IN 2019 AND HAS BEEN CONSISTENTLY WRITING AN ECLECTIC BLEND OF ROCK, R&B AND POP EVER SINCE.
MINING INSPIRATION FROM ARTISTS LIKE LORDE, WILLOW AND JAMES BLAKE (SOME OF HER FAVORITES GROWING UP), PARKER EXPERIMENTS WITH SOUND AND WRITES IMPACTFUL LYRICS. ON MAY 19TH, PARKER IS GOING TO RELEASE "THE LINE"— THE SECOND SINGLE OFF OF HER UPCOMING EP. IT’S AN ENERGETIC TRACK THAT ENCAPSULATES THE CHAOS, TENSION AND ENNUIS OF BEING A YOUNG PERSON IN AN ERA OF FLEETING DIGITAL CLOUT, EPHEMERAL TRENDS AND EVEN SHORTER RELATIONSHIPS.
wilter is the musical project of songwriter and producer Will Durkee. From melancholic acoustic guitars and yearning vocal harmonies reminiscent of Bon Iver or Alex G, to ambient electronic inspired synth and eclectic sampling a la Thom Yorke or Dijon - wilter’s songs blend the human and artificial into something soothingly unstable. Now, based in Los Angeles, the nomadism of his recent years led him to create work that lives in the in-betweens. In between genres, places, conversations, relationships, thoughts, dreams. The moments that leave an imprint on our lives whether we decide to pay attention or not.
Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Chloe Gallardo crafts a combination of introspective lyrics and calm melodies, creating sound influenced by artists such as Men I Trust, Julia Jacklin, and Alexandra Savior.
Chloe Gallardo describes her music as “dark shoegaze indie rock”, a title as eclectic and nuanced as her influences. Growing up, Gallardo was quickly immersed in music by her parents, who are both musicians. Stepping into the role of a musician herself wasn’t as much of a decision as it was instinct; something Gallardo felt swirling inside of her for as long as she can remember. Drawing musically from bands like Broadcast and Duster, Gallardo is also inspired visually by director David Lynch, among others. Gallardo’s music offers a distinct duality, as though the instrumentation is heavy, Gallardo herself is soft. A shadow figure may slouch behind her in the shadows, but she is more than capable of eclipsing it.