JAN3T discusses his evolving sound as an artist, his new single “Allons Y”, why Gen Z gives him hope for the future, and what’s next

A love for Jimi Hendrix and learning and emulating his performances was New York artist JAN3T’s musical training in his early years.  With an intense love for collaboration and live shows, he began to feel lost and isolated during the latter part of the pandemic, with a search for online Continue Reading

Daytona Starsky discusses his new single, technology in entertainment and media, his love for sustainable fashion and how the past year has shaped his path going forward

Music has always been a part of Daytona Starsky’s life.  His parents loved music of all genres when he was growing up and encouraged a love of music in Starsky from a young age.  In learning how to play the drums and guitar and emulating the styles of his favorite Continue Reading

Andrea Clute discusses her new single, finding her sound as an artist, collaborating with her brother and what’s next for her

Vancouver singer-songwriter Andrea Clute loved music from an early age and used music and performance as an outlet growing up.  She joined musical theater in school and always found support from her family, who encouraged her to sing, whether in school competitions or family gatherings. Her brother Chris Clute is Continue Reading

Paulina Vo discusses her new single and music video, growing up as the daughter of refugees, empowering other womxn in the music industry and what’s next

Music has always been a source of comfort and expression for Brooklyn-based indie, R&B, pop-soul artist and producer Paulina Vo.  The daughter of Vietnamese immigrants, she was born in New Orleans and moved around a lot, spending time in Orlando, Phoenix and now Brooklyn.  Growing up in a predominately white Continue Reading