What’s New On The Popularizer?
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‘Pushing Stars’ – Jordan-Ravi
Jordan-Ravi is a territory born, 18-year-old singer songwriter who is taking Darwin by storm. He combines the sensibilities of early 2000’s pop music with classic rock and jazz fusion to create a unique experience for his listeners. Since playing guitar at the age of six, Jordan aims to create complex guitar accompaniment to his vocals making for interesting melodic voicings in his original pieces while not detracting from his soft, rich vocals. While completing high school in 2017, Jordan also became a sought-after entertainer for corporate and private functions as well as large-scale public events. In March 2018, Jordan-Ravi was chosen to be the supporting act to Australian indie rock icon Adalita Srsen at the 2018 Airey’s Inlet Music Festival to a crowd of over 1500 people at event’s main stage. Jordan’s performance earned him critical acclaim amongst local, interstate and international visitors among the festival. Jordan is currently writing and working to release his debut EP.
‘Ooh!’ – Crash Adams
Crash Adams are perhaps not surprisingly made up of two members. Crash and Adams.
They are childhood friends from Toronto, who have been surrounded by music for their entire lives.
They also like suits…
‘Headphones’ – Mikko
A young mysterious female producer planning for world domination with her modern electronic pop crossed with 80s synth sounds.
‘Keep On Lovin’ Me’ – Alesandi
Alesandi (Ales Lukaszewicz) is a DJ and Music Producer from Warsaw, the founder of the Rousing Beats label. Ales started his music career in 2007 in Poland as a radio DJ. He was a host of radio shows such as “Lively Tunes” and “Avers & Ravers”, which were dedicated to house and trance music.
Ales used to play in Warsaw clubs such as La Playa, Nowy Wspaniały Świat, Jadłodajnia Filozoficzna, Nowa Jerozolima, Saturator and many others. He graduated from music school and professional DJing school in Warsaw. He also graduated from International Economy and Finance at Warsaw School of Economics and from Computer Science at the Belarusian State University. Ales produces future house, tropical house, future bass and dance music. He collaborated with artists and singers such as Alina Renae, Jessie Wagner, Kymberley Kennedy, Rosanna Ener, Frederik Sørensen, Britney Jayy, Kirsten Rea and Tom Frampton. He is also a founder of the Polish event formation Mixtura.
‘Moving On’ – Jude Todd
Jude Todd is a Franco British pop folk & electro singer songwriter.
He started writing his first songs at 14 years old and he then went on touring his hometown region with his high-school band, “Sundayfools”. They won the public’s choice award as best act during the Gibus Tour Competition in 2012.
In 2013, Jude got to the live stages of The Voice TV show in France. Since then, he’s been touring around France and the UK mostly as a support act for artists such as Alice Merton, Lou Doillon, Charlie Winston, Amir, Louane, LEJ, Broken Back, Gaetan Roussel, BB Brunes, Cats On Trees, Benjamin Biolay, KYO and more.
In 2019, he released two new singles, “Moving On” and “Don’t Need Your Love”, the latter being played by BBC Radio Introducing. Both songs will be featured on his forthcoming EP (2020).
‘Really Like You’ – Anja Kotar
Nothing comes between Anja Kotar and her curiosity. The 22-year-old Berklee graduate has led a life of persistent pragmatism, leading directly to her career today. Her new releases will explore the relationship between youth and technology; speaking from her own experiences, she delivers a mature, nuanced perspective on contemporary life.
Fame will find Kotar for her talent alone, but her good humor and tireless drive will set her apart. She comes from the small central European nation of Slovenia, which has a population of just over two million and “looks like a chicken” on a map—her words. She began training in dance and piano early on (her dance group won the gold medal at the World Dance Championship in Germany), and she entered conservatory for piano and musical theatre when she moved to San Jose, California, at 14. It was there that she was finally able to truly immerse herself in another discipline she’d been working at for some time: vocal performance. She seized opportunities to sing in jazz troupes and has since trained with one of Los Angeles’ most prominent vocal coaches, Micah Plissner. For her hard work, Kotar was awarded the Outstanding Musicianship Award several times—as a soloist with her conservatory’s jazz band and with the vocal jazz ensemble.
‘Pretty Sure’ – Kita Menari
‘Love Between Teens’ – Little Brother Eli
‘No Matter What You Do’ – Edith