Today we’re excited to share indie group, TIOGA’ newest single “Bad Things.” Born in Philadelphia, with roots extending to New York City — the quartet, composed of Greg Adams (lead vocals), Derrick Dieso (guitar), Austin Paragas (bass & vocals), and Henri Tyler Brooks (drums & vocals), has established their signature blend of new wave indie rock and synth-pop. With a sound has grown to embrace goth-pop tendencies and a whole lotta synth, drawing influences from the new wave indie rockers of the early aughts as well as contemporaries.

If David Byrne decided to hop in a spaceship and make a…


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TIOGA is a modern indie rock band, born in Philadelphia, with roots extending to New York City. The quartet, composed of Greg Adams (lead vocals), Derrick Dieso (guitar), Austin Paragas (bass & vocals), and Henri Tyler Brooks (drums & vocals), has established their signature blend of new wave indie rock and synth-pop. TIOGA’s sound has grown to embrace goth-pop tendencies and a whole lotta synth, drawing influences from the new wave indie rockers of the early aughts as well as contemporaries.

“I’m really not there…” Self-isolation, anxiety, and existential dread: all themes you don’t usually expect to hear addressed over…


Hailing from Toronto, Canada, 20-year old Canadian singer-songwriter Julian Daniel carries himself with a sense of bravado and sheer confidence as he unapologetically forges his own path. “I want to give a voice to younger generations and help them feel like they aren’t alone. I want to show that it’s cool to be different and break boundaries,” says Daniel.

Where his debut EP, E-Boy, could be characterized as fluorescent electro-pop — soon garnering the attention from the likes of The Chainsmokers. Even as the music was garnering attention, Daniels still faced challenges. This soon inspired him to focus his efforts…


Made up of members Sam Skolrood (vocals), Evan Khodeir (lead guitar), Cory Scholtz (rhythm guitar), Kelby Gutz (bass), and Jacob Tessier (drums), Kiss the Fish united in Kingston from cities across Canada. Their diverse sound features progressive alternative rock sounds in tack with smoother tones that play in together to form an enveloped sound throughout their latest single. “Seeing Red” showcases their smooth grooves, heavy basslines, and virtuosic guitar solos, accentuated by mellow rhythm guitar and flares of brass.

We were able to interview the group in the lead-up to this track online throughout the current circumstances. Read below.


Hailing from Toronto, Canada, 20-year old Canadian singer-songwriter Julian Daniel carries himself with a sense of bravado and sheer confidence as he unapologetically forges his own path. “I want to give a voice to younger generations and help them feel like they aren’t alone. I want to show that it’s cool to be different and break boundaries,” says Daniel.

Where his debut EP, E-Boy, could be characterized as fluorescent electro-pop — soon garnering the attention from the likes of The Chainsmokers. His forthcoming mixtape, Hidden Hills, is built on feverish production, glimmering guitar work, and Daniel’s sharp vocals. …


Senerio Baptiste is a DIY artist and rapper that carries himself with the bravado and swagger of a rock star. The 27-year old first-generation Haitian-American artist was born in Miami Beach, and has a sonic world as expansive as his ambitions, drawing from glam rock aesthetics, trap sounds, island music, ballroom and deep house. Today, he shares “Echelon Black,” his first single since the initial release of his debut album Eden.

“As long as I can remember, I’ve always been wearing multiple hats,” he says. “It wasn’t intentional, but largely came from being disappointed in people and becoming someone who…


Based in Vancouver, Felitche is a DJ with a focus on creating upbeat international dance tracks that fill the room with an uproar. At a young age Felitche moved to Portugal where he spent sixteen years of his life pursuing a professional career in soccer.

Returning home at 21 after deciding the soccer route was not the path he desired, he invested every dollar he had into music. Eventually, that would get him in the eyes of Drake who offered him simple advice. You need “The song, the music video, and you gotta go to Toronto”. …


From Graves is a metal band from San Antonio, TX. Formerly branded under the name Torn Between Tides, From Graves has a new mission to deliver some of the heaviest, captivating music and performances to the scene. Taking notable influences from metalcore, industrial and death metal, they have been quickly gaining a loyal fan base as one of San Antonio’s growing up and coming artists. After releasing one music video and single in 2019 for “Shadows,” they are currently sitting at 128k views and thousands of streams on streaming sites around the world.

With no intentions of slowing down…


S. Holden Jaffe has been releasing music under the moniker, Del Water Gap, for the better half of the past decade. With evocative songwriting abilities that intertwine with his gritty vocals, Jaffe has made waves in the indie community as he sheds light on vulnerability alongside the pleasures of romance.

Earlier this year, Jaffe released his EP, Don’t Get So Dark, a six-song collection of vulnerable tracks inspired by dimly lit rooms and romantic ecounters. Today, he’s sharing “To Philly”, the first single off his acoustic rendition of Don’t Get So Dark, titled Alive From Fresno.

When asked about…


Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Julian Daniel has been making waves in alt-pop world with his bold image & ferverscent vocals laced with evocative hooks. Born and raised in Toronto, Julian has a background in musical theatre, as well as vast experience on the local music scene. Julians time on the theatrical stage has paid off, as Julian has a natural command and confidence as a performer that makes him a charismatic focal point that can hold the attention of even the most jaded of audiences.

In his new single, “Sad Boy”, Daniel has shed light on being vulnerable as…

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