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Here are the top ten articles for the Emerging Music Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Janeen Leah Review
For fans of Sarah McLachlan, Tori Amos and Norah Jones, Janeen Leah is known for captivating audiences with her powerful, soulful voice and raw emotion. Recently releasing her third album, Janeen Leah is on her way to carrying the torch for today’s industry of female singers.
2. Birdy Review
One of the most unique and rising young musicians in the industry at the moment, Birdy is young at the age of 15, yet sings in a voice that is world-weary and steeped in soul. She writes with soul, heartache and raw emotion, yet she can also take a familiar song and make it all her own.
3. Daniel Robinson Review
Daniel Robinson is a singer and songwriter living in Buffalo, NY but recording out of Toronto, ON. Daniel's passion for music allows him to explore different genres and textures, and he has since created the signature deep-space, electro-pop sound and liquid smooth voice that we hear today.
4. Roxanna Review
Roxanna is a sultry Spanish singer with organic music and a non-synthetic sound. With her upcoming debut album release, titled ďż˝Exotica,ďż˝ she is soon to take the English/Spanish/European music scene by storm, and it is well deserved for this hard-working, multi-talented singer.
5. Backnbloom Review
The alternative electro-pop sound of Backnbloom showcases a sleek mix of nostalgic, well-read pop with harmonious, yet complex layers, grooving rhythms and a sprinkling of electric violin. Described as â€śEfficacious Poetic Fervor,â€ť Backnbloom ensures energetic shows and equally invigorating music
6. Florence and The Machine Review
Although Florence Welch from Florence and The Machine is not an emerging artist, her amazing singing ability, musical talent and admirable grace is enough to be featured as this week’s emerging music article.
7. Luke Potter Review
As a young singer-songwriter from the UK, Luke Potter is starting to create a newsworthy buzz with his music and songs. After gaining support and endorsements from some of the industry’s top producers, Luke Potter is clearly a natural who is showing no signs of slowing down.
8. PK Review
If you’re looking for a “folky” indie band, PK is definitely not it; these boys are indie rock through and through. For the past two years, the unsigned, five-piece rock band called PK has been touring extensively while on the long road to fame – and they are definitely on the right path.
9. Project Grand Slam Review
As a melodic and grooving jazz ensemble, Project Grand Slam are bold, dynamic and ready to make their mark in both the jazz and overall musical world. Reuniting in the studio four years after their debut album Play was released, PGS are back with a more modern, up-beat and feel-good vibe.
10. Lea Marie Review
Rising from Hollywood amidst other popular female pop artists, Lea Marie is making a name for herself in her own way as she shows the world her talent through upbeat and catchy songs.
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