Zibbz, an addicting swiss sibling alliance – heavy on the synth and heart-pumping bass, courtesy of multi-instrumentalist/producer, Stee, and topped by the soulful rock’n’roll growl out of the frontwoman, Coco, will represent Switzerland in this year’s European Songcontest.
This is the last post in a series of seven about this week’s featured artist Kris Angelis from Los Angeles. Apart from her debut album and two EPs, she has released quite a few singles in the past years. They are all very different, but nonetheless, typically Kris and worth a listen.
The single Bright Side is the upbeat, “making-lemonade-out-of-lemons,” empowerment collaboration by our featured artist Kris Angelis with Adrianne Gonzalez of the band The Rescues. With this partnership, Kris proves that she is in touch with more than just the melancholy side of her sound. She aims to lift spirits with her music, too.
Our featured artist Kris Angelis loves to perform live. Hence, in the past few years, she played on stages all over the US and Europe also. Thanks to her voice and personality, you will necessarily be touched by her performance.
After a period of rare releases, 2016 and 2017 has been very productive years for our featured artist Kris Angelis. And, as so often in arts, a heartbreak, as painful as it can be, can open new doors and release energy.
Our artist of the week Kris Angelis has a clear view what songwriting means to her: “There’s a Victor Hugo quote that expresses exactly how I feel about it: ‘Music expresses that which cannot be said and on which it is impossible to be silent.’ That’s how songwriting has been for me.” And she indeed hasn’t been silent lately.
From time to time, you hear a song that is so perfect and commercially viable that you ask yourself, “how is this not a major record already?”. An excellent example of this is the music of Kris Angelis from Los Angeles, our first featured artist in February. She’s such a good storyteller and just too good to be overheard.
Our 28th Artist of the Week is American singer, songwriter and producer Hung Yung Terrarist. Based in Los Angeles, her music has a unique brand and is heavily influenced by her theatre experience (or is it vice versa?).
Her first 3 albums were self-produced and likened by critics to Coco Rosie, F.K.A. twigs and Grimes, while her 4th and most recent record was a collaboration with Darryl Swann and K-Embry, and an homage to old school Hip Hop.