Moon and Aries
Moon and Aries are made up of German composer & producer Tom Aries and Canadian writer & singer Jordana Moon. Jordana is from Western Canada and composes as well as creates lyrics and melodies with the goal to inspire and empower her listeners. Her approach to music is to mix a higher level of consciousness and concepts and bring these more philosophical ideas to modern music. She is inspired by artists like Portishead, Eliza, Joni Mitchell, Massive Attack, and many others.
Tom Aries is an electronic synthesizer, songwriter, and producer from Western Germany and composes mostly instrumental tracks, and analog and digital synthesizer sequences. He fuses his music with classical piano education with influences stemming from synthesizer sounds of the 80s. Influenced by bands and artists like DEPECHE MODE, JEAN-MICHEL JARRE, Massive Attack, and other sounds of the 80s.
Moon And Aries’s music has been played on more than 300 radio stations in Australia, Europe, Africa, Asia, and America. Their song RESCUED reached the TOP 100 of the official DJ-pool data file charts in the USA. On Spotify, they have also garnered over 28k monthly listeners.
Jordana currently studies creative writing at Vancouver film school, and she enjoys writing music with themes of high consciousness, sexual healing, and empowerment. She composes her music with a variety of instruments like the piano, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, mandolin, ukulele, and violin.
Tom composes his songs mainly on the piano, ideally in his little home studio. He produced songs and sounds for computer games and soundtracks for short videos and films.
Solo artist Maya Yenn is a singer-songwriter that mixes indie pop with quirky pop music. She creates a unique theme that is unconventional but approachable, with explosive production.
Her unique alternative pop style is compared to musicians like Glass Animals, Jungle, Still Woozy, FKA Twigs, and James Blake. The result is a style of music that is both diverse and original. She uses these components to produce a sound that is new while being recognizable at the same time.
BBC Introducing has consistently played Maya’s first three singles, and Tom Robinson put two of them on the BBC Introducing Mixtape for BBC 6 Music. Despite the fact that Maya is just starting out in her career, BBC Introducing has been very supportive of her work thus far. Maya is grateful for the support and has been working hard to create new music that she hopes will continue to be embraced by BBC Introducing.
Maya has recorded two BBC Live Sessions; her self-directed music video for “How Much Sadness Can You Swallow?” was awarded “Best Music Video” at a number of film festivals in the previous year, including the British Independent Film Festival. Her most recent release, “Better Luck Next Time,” was Gemma Bradley’s BBC Introducing Pick of the Week on BBC Radio One. This recognition of her talent has been instrumental in helping Maya gain traction in the music industry, and she is eager to see what the future holds.
Maya spent her childhood in a rural area of Staffordshire before relocating to London. As a teenager, she supported musicians like Dan Croll and Stealing Sheep. She started her solo project after moving back in with her parents in Staffordshire at the beginning of the pandemic. Since then, she has continued to create and produce music from the house where she spent her childhood. She has found comfort in reconnecting with her roots, and her music reflects this newfound sense of belonging.
Maya is known for her alternative projects that combine sounds from different genres and her creative beats on TikTok where she uses samples of everyday things. She also has creative control over every part of her solo music, from writing and producing her own songs to choosing the art for her album covers and making her own music videos. People like her work because it is different and has a lot of feeling behind it, and this has made her a popular artist in the independent music scene.
Austin-based Glass Mansions is an alternative pop powerhouse led by the charismatic, sultry voice of Jayna Doyle. Blake Arambula handles the synthesizer, rhythm, lead guitar, bass, and keyboards/sequencing. Jayna Doyle is the lead singer, electronic drummer, and sampler.
Their music is propulsive and elastic, with lush electronic beds of sound and intelligent, intimate lyrics. They are inspired by modern and 90s pop, heavy synth, and tight, dance-friendly rhythms.
When they play live, it’s pure, raw, sweaty, passionate, and covered in a cloud of fog and confetti Rock n’ Roll. You may have seen them at some point as they’ve crisscrossed across the country.
Glass Mansions have played at SXSW, Warped Tour, Canadian Music Week, Illfest, Indie Week Canada, and Florida Music Festival. They have also opened for bands like Phantogram, Robert Delong, and Young the Giant.
Their music has been featured on MTV, Netflix, and Bravo. They’ve recently released two new singles, the grunge-tinged “Faith” and a unique cover of Dua Lipa’s “Don’t Start Now” recorded inside a Tesla.
On top of that, they have also signed with Dynamic Talent International Booking Agency after self-booking 12 tours across the country. They were also ranked in the “Top 10 Shows of SXSW” by 18/88 Media.
Irish indie-folk singer-songwriter Dylan Goff is a musician based in Vienna and has always been into writing songs, even at a young age. Growing up in Ireland, he was in various bands that were mostly rock and metal as a teenager.
After moving to Vienna at 20 years old, he played more acoustic music. After finishing his bachelor’s degree in forestry at BOKU university in Vienna, he felt he had the mental space to start writing music again and started to play live at small local music venues.
Dylan has recently played at the Volkstheater in Vienna this year and the World Food Forum run by the FAO in Rome last year. He champions these achievements by getting the word out about his previous two EPs.
In his mid-twenties, he decided to study Forestry at the BOKU university in Vienna. He took a break from music to study, as he didn’t have the mental energy to be creative. After ending his bachelor’s degree, he returned to make his second EP.
When not making music, he is an environmental scientist. He mainly does his work by studying the effects of climate change on forest soil.
Emmrose is a 19 year old singer songwriter who is native to New York City as a Groover Obsessions Artist. She additionally signed to Secret Road Music for sync licensing.
Her debut EP Hopeless Romantics was released one week before NYC went into the 2020 covid lockdown, and with all her shows canceled, she decided to perform weekly live streams from her home. During these live streams, she connected with thousands of people in the world who took refuge with her music.
After the release of her debut EP, Hopeless Romantics won Best Pop Album in the 2020 WAM Awards. “The Grass Was Greener” was placed on two Spotify Editorial playlists in May of 2020, the song was recorded and produced entirely remotely during the lockdown.
The song “Five Months” is synced to the opening scene of the indie film “Searching for the Wave”, and the single “Waitlisted” aired on MTV’s Teen Mom in November 2021.
Her songs are a personal and shameless invitation into her soul, which she is not afraid to show her true self to her loyal fan base. Her lyrics are personal poetry written out as stories of her life; the introspective and intense music brings you into the dream world of her loves, anxieties, and the personalities that have inspired her.
At 14 years old she began songwriting while bored in school to later find herself in NYC clubs on the weekends, and by May of 2020 her song “Tonight” exceeded 150k streams on Spotify.
Born and raised in San Francisco, TATE is a DJ and producer who blends electro house and pop trademarks with his multicultural upbringing & calling to build a platform for electronic music beyond the dance floor.
He grew up listening to Motown, disco, hip-hop, and rock. When he moved to MD, he discovered the “Now That’s What I Call Dance” compilation and “Dance Dance Revolution” at suburban arcades.
Now based in Hollywood, TATE has connected the dots and realized hip-hop and house were children of soul and the parents of the “producer/DJ”.
In October 22nd, “Heaven” was a dancepop hit, gaining attention on blogs & airwaves. His official remix for “Hero” by Empire’s Terrell Carter elevated Carter’s original message on American
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