“For me, it’s a revolution in every way. I’ve been hiding my dream and hiding my voice for so long, letting trauma and illness run my life story, this song is the end of that and a beginning of an era of beautiful music and powerful messages that need to be heard. Pink for My Money is about my pain and confusion around growing up as women at this point in time.” Shyli Madhala
Inspired by a question made by her niece, Ivon has written a track that makes the people listening question if any higher power has the ability of knowing what’s going on in our minds, and if said being has any influence over our wishes coming true.
New York based producer Kate Brunotts is a creative who doesn’t follow labels or trends: she creates them. With her innovative producing skills shining through as she keeps defining her own brand of indietronic pop music, Brunotts is using the power of her music to its full potential to create a new world inspired by her imagination and emotions.
The Salem born and based artist, Anne Bennett, is back for the third time this year. Inspired by the history of the city she was raised in, Bennett’s music represents the haunting and enchanting experiences and memories she has, resulting in an alternative and melancholic sound that carries within it themes of sorrow, love, death, and life.
“To me this song is less about the sexual act itself as it is about the relationship between me and Good Boy. It’s supposed to be fun and liberating and give you some wild thoughts of course.” Lia Nxieta
“Sip is an emotional diary entry from a time where my head and heart felt ravaged. It’s about the sort of ‘crazy’ another person can swindle you into feeling – the madness starts to seep into your being. It becomes a sick, fun game you can’t stop playing.”