Liza Lo creates her own poetic and intimate pop music. Layered guitars, soft synthesisers and vocals are what form Liza’s sound. On her upcoming EP ‘Flourish’ she tells about regaining trust and coming to terms with love as an ever changing concept. She grew up in the Balearic Islands, which is a big point of inspiration to this new piece of work. Her serene, raw voice guides you to a place of reflection, calm and hope. On stage the room fills with warmth. Harmonies and variations of soft guitar melodies, elevate and enhance the dreamlike world she is building as an artist.
South London’s MYTBE fuses the downbeat, smoky jazz of Chet Baker with the open-hearted lyricality of singer-songwriters like Laura Marling and Lianne La Havas. The daughter of a jazz musician, she is an artist that values authenticity above all. Intent on dismantling the awkwardness surrounding intimacy, she shares the unfiltered parts of the human experience, the aspects that polite society brushes under the carpet.
Someone is the moniker for Dutch/British composer, producer and visual artist Tessa Rose Jackson. Her album “Owls” (out February 3, 2023) evokes a dream- like state with her silky, hypnotic vocal dipping and gliding alongside gently heavy beats and shimmering synthesizers. Intimate and soothing at times, pop-fuelled and ecstatic at others – Someone likes to take her audience on a journey.
Being a filmcomposer as well as a recording artist, her music feels inherently visual and cinematic, always being led by a sense of storytelling and mystique. Musically she channels heroes such as Feist, Zero 7 and Beach House, toeing the fine line between dreams and reality, delicacy and force.