Artists To Watch 30.6.21

Capretti – For Sale

CAPRETTI captures the mind of a real, ‘Not for Sale’ is about reminiscing about a girl and questioning her intentions while reflecting on the LA experience and its vain lifestyle. CAPRETTI makes it clear his morals are not for sale; he will remain true to himself.

CAPRETTI documents his pure intentions and how his past battles developed the introspective mind he lives with now. Seeing different lifestyles has set his mindset for the better, known as the Italian playboy with a dark trap sound and indulging lyrics about pursuing the American Dream with braggadocious stories of living it up. CAPRETTI thoughts ponder over his mellow beat, creating a relaxing vibe.

Anticulture – Underworld

Defining themselves as a group for the “misfits and the misguided”, ANTICULTURE stormed their way onto the scene in 2019, and have been raising intrigue ever since. Hot on the tail of dropping their highly anticipated debut album ‘Teenage Disease’, featuring stand out single ‘Underworld’, they are ready to conquer, but not divide.

Ellie Grace – ‘Thinking About Her’

After delivering the stellar party album ‘Quarter Past Three’ last year, London-based singer and songwriter Ellie Grace has returned to the fold once again to unveil her shimmering new single ‘Thinking About Her’. Continuing that fresh and vibrant approach to pop music she is known for, this new effort makes for a wonderfully enticing return from this fast-rising artist.

Natalie Carr – ‘Scraped Knees’

After finding praise from the likes of EARMILK, Out Now Magazine and many more for her recent efforts, US singer and songwriter Natalie Carr is looking to continue that upward trend with her pulsing new single ‘Scraped Knees’. Bringing together a warm and effervescent production with her own spellbinding vocals, her newest release looks set to become another notable addition to her ever-growing catalogue.

Lainey Dionne – ‘I Love You To Death’

Having already established herself with a rich and sweeping array of alt-pop cuts these last few months, Rhode Island-based artist Lainey Dionne is back once again with her pounding new single ‘I Love You To Death’. Following in the footsteps of acts like Sigrid with her versatile direction, this new release is a fresh and soaring slice of passionate and emotionally-charged gold.

Sara Cruz – ‘Ghost Town’

With notable collaborations with the likes of Flo Rida over the years, as well as featuring on numerous TV adverts and video games, fast-rising Italian London-based artist Sara Cruz is back on the grind to deliver her euphoric new gem ‘Ghost Town’. Lifted from her forthcoming new EP, also called ‘Ghost Town’, this smooth yet brooding return is a firm example of her driven direction of late.

Henry Taylour – ‘Aftersun’

Having already impressed so many with his uplifting EPs ‘White Rocks’ and ‘Midnight’ in recent times, singer and songwriter Henry Taylour is bringing back more of that golden sound on his newest swoon ‘Aftersun’. Taking cues from the likes of Bon Iver and Ben Howard, his soft yet sweeping serenade makes for a wonderfully calming listen throughout.

EDOT Lawrence – ‘YSL’

Having only just started on the scene, Norwegian rapper EDOT Lawrence is already making some powerful waves with his offerings of late, and now looks to continue that form with his latest effort ‘YSL’. Channelling a smooth and captivating aesthetic throughout, and matched with atmospheric production from SALTI, it certainly feels like 2021 will be his year.

Michelle Fabre – ‘Laugh Laugh Laugh’

Having shown herself to be one of the most prolific artists working today, fast-rising singer Michelle Fabre is back with her signature brand of upbeat pop on ‘Laugh Laugh Laugh’. Keeping the vibes high and her glittering persona layered throughout, this is one you’ll find yourself humming along to long after it’s finished playing.

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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