Raised in Kansas in a musical family, this rising singer and songwriter grew up around her parents’ love of bluegrass and folk. In high school she performed in choirs and in musical theatre. Taking elements from various genres, she created an unique alt-pop sound. Inspired by a wide range of influences from Alison Krauss and Elton John to Lennon Stella and Lorde, she debuted with “Fantomlimb” in 2020.
Narrating the deflating feeling of emotionally draining yourself for the benefit of others, her new single shows her vulnerable side, while enveloping it in a lush nostalgic 70s vibe. With a powerful funky disco beat, shimmering synths and crisp guitars taking your ears on a rousing retro road trip, it’s her honey-dipped, sultry vocal tone that makes this infectious, sun-drenched song truly soar.
Born as Cam Tatham in Squamish, this Canadian DJ and music producer started playing guitar at the age of 10 and spent high school playing in hard rock cover bands. His musical world opened up with he discovered dance music. Since he’s collaborated with Diplo and remixed for artists such as Martin Solveig. Inspired by Mark Ronson, Radiohead and Justice, he debuted on his EP “The Currency” in 2013.
Hang up the mirror ball and put on your flared jeans and bright wide-collared shirt, cause his new single combines classic and Nu-disco into a dance floor banger. Slowly coming to life with a futuristic synth and funky bass, soon it bursts out with an invigorating disco groove. With the classic strings, a modern shimmer and insatiable rhythms, this is an uplifting slice of flavorful funkalicious nostalgia.