If we had to make a list with the foremost things that inspire the Easy Walk Experience‘s editors, there’s no doubt that music would be at the top of this list. Thinking about this, we have selected some of the rising talents of the music industry that you may not have heard of yet but will certainly be inspired by their works very soon. Check out these amazing artists to watch 2019!
Tremulous mezzo-soprano, the 21-year-old Jade Bird might seem to fit a soothing, long-established singer-songwriter mold on “Love Has All Been Done Before.” But that’s only until she gets riled. Then her rock band kicks in, her voice gets rough and her words turn pointed and pitiless. Her debut album is due April 19.
Nicola Cruz is an electronic musician, producer and D.J. from Ecuador who has already made a reputation on the international club circuit. The artificial pieces he constructs sound oddly natural. His second album, “Siku” — named after an Andean panpipe — came out Jan. 25.
Lauren Jenkins writes and sings about disappointment, disillusion, drinking and holding on despite it all with a Stevie Nicks rasp in her voice. Her debut album, “No Saint,” is set for March 15, and it surrounds her most bitter tidings with gleaming guitars and bright harmonies.
Over the past few years, this Texas native Heather Morgan has found success in Nashville as a songwriter for Brett Eldredge among others. But listening to her recent debut album, the soothing and lovely “Borrowed Heart”, her work for others sounds superfluous. She’s got a sturdy, rich voice, and a way of bending a song toward sadness, where she sounds right at home.
The South African songwriter Nakhane Touré is also a novelist and actor whose works deal with a fraught upbringing. The songs on his album “You Will Not Die” delve into both trauma and redemption.
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Source: The New York Times