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September 27th, 2022

Bones UK

In anticipation of a their highly-sought-after Sophomore record (rumored to be in works!), Grammy nominated rock duo BONES UK release new single, ‘Cheap Love’.

 Exploring the juxtaposition of finding love in hate and searching for the positivity in an environment that feels to be increasingly challenging for most, BONES UK debut new single, “Cheap Love”

“Cheap Love is a song about finding diamonds in the dark.” They explain. “The red neon light at the end of the tunnel. Some days.. We ALL have to use our fingernails to drag ourselves out of bed. It’s about sometimes not particularly liking the planet we live on and doing whatever you can to find a reason to keep dancing.”

The song is accompanied by a curiously cinematic video, directed by Jason Lee Denton, and shot as the sun goes down on the streets of London, where the band first found it’s start before setting off to split their time abroad to pursue their growing ambitions and the messages they feel keen to share with their listeners.

Made up of vocalist Rosie Bones and guitarist Carmen Vandenberg, BONES UK confront everything from the beauty industrial-complex to toxic masculinity and music-scene sexism; embedding each track with choruses primed for passionate shouting-along


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March 7th, 2022

The Regrettes confirm the release of their third studio album, Further Joy, on April 8th via Warner Records. The band, consisting of singer and songwriter, Lydia Night, as well as Genessa Gariano (guitar), Brooke Dickson (bass) and Drew Thomsen (drums), have written a manual for living in these times, replete with highly personalized songs about things we’re all going through. Night shares, “that phrase, ‘further joy,’ summarized what it meant to be on the hamster wheel of constantly chasing happiness, but in turn, that’s what makes you unhappy. I was stuck in a loop of wanting to be better, wanting to be good, and therefore I couldn’t be here. I couldn’t be present.” The desire to break free of that cycle is what the band’s third album, Further Joy, is all about, a joyous and self-aware soundtrack for those interested in what Lydia refers to as “dancing the pain away.”

The Regrettes also share their music video for “That’s What Makes Me Love You,” directed by Claire Marie Vogel and Olivia Eberstadt. “I was in a dark anxious place and realized that I was becoming very critical of my partner.”

Night reveals about the new song from their forthcoming album, “I got out of that place by realizing, ‘I love this person for exactly who they are and nothing needs to change about who they are or who I am to make each other happy. The song came from me flipping the narrative to ‘That’s not why I should be scared. That’s why I love you.’”

The band today also confirm their 19 date Further Joy headlining tour (full dates below), with support from Alex Lahey on all dates.

The Regrettes Current Tour Dates (NEW FURTHER JOY DATES IN BOLD)

Mar 4 – Burlington, VT at Higher Ground*

Mar 5 – Albany, NY at Empire Live*

Mar 6 – Poughkeepsie, NY at The Chance*

Mar 9 – Richmond, VA at The Broadberry*

Mar 11 – Louisville, KY at Headliners Music Hall*

Mar 13 – Cincinnati, OH at The Ballroom at Taft Theatre*

Mar 15 – New Orleans, LA at Toulouse Theatre*

Mar 16 – Houston, TX at Warehouse Live Studio*

Mar 17 – San Antonio, TX at Paper Tiger*

Mar 21 – Las Vegas, NV at 24 Oxford

Mar 22 – Fresno, CA at Strummer’s

Mar 24 – Eugene, OR at Sessions Music Hall

Mar 26 – Boise, ID at Treefort Music Festival

Mar 28 – Sacramento, CA at Ace of Spades

Apr 15 – Indio, CA at Coachella

Apr 18 – Pomona, CA at The Fox Theater Pomona^

Apr 21 – San Diego, CA at Humphreys Concerts By the Bay^

Apr 22 – Indio, CA at Coachella

Apr 23 – Tucson, AZ at Rialto Theater+

Apr 26 – Austin, TX at Scoot Inn+

Apr 27 – Dallas, TX at Echo Lounge & Music Hall+

Apr 30 – Atlanta, GA Shaky Knees Festival      

May 1 – Charlotte, NC at The Underground+

May 3 – Washington DC at Lincoln Theatre+

May 4 – Philadelphia, PA at Theatre of Living Arts+

May 6 – Boston, MA at Big Night Live+

May 8 – New York, NY at Irving Plaza+

May 10 – Toronto, ON at Opera House+

May 12 – Columbus, OH at Newport Music Hall+

May 13 – Chicago, IL at Metro+

May 14 – Madison, WI at Majestic Theatre+

May 15 – Minneapolis, MN at Varsity Theater+

May 17 – Denver, CO at Summit Music Hall+

May 18 – Salt Lake City, UT at The Depot+

May 20 – Portland, OR at Roseland Ballroom+

May 21 – Vancouver, BC at Fortune Sound Club+

May 22 – Seattle, WA at The Neptune Theatre+

May 24 – San Francisco, CA at The Fillmore+

Jun 17 – Manchester, TN at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival

Jul 01 – Rotselaar, BEL at Rock Werchter

Jul 03 – Bilbao, ESP at Bilbao Bizkaia Rock Day

Jul 06 – Madrid, ESP at Mad Cool Festival

Jul 08 – Glasgow, UK at TRNSMT Festival

Jul 09 – Cheltenham, UK at 2000trees Music Festival

Sep 22-25 – Dover, DE at Firefly Music Festival

*support from Kississippi

^supporting Wallows

+support from Alex Lahey


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February 8th, 2022

At 21, mxmtoon stands tall as one of the brightest and most engaging voices of her generation. Known for her dreamy pop and introspective lyricism, the Oakland-raised, Brooklyn-based artist is now gearing up to release her sophomore album this spring with details to be revealed shortly.

Before then however mxmtoon is back with new music, a new chapter and gorgeous evolution of the sound that launched her career 5 year ago but with a more mature and complex lens, fitting for someone who has grown up in the public eye. “mona lisa” is a dreamy, ukulele driven ditty which Maia tells us “as someone who usually writes songs about other people, one of my ongoing questions is “will anyone ever write songs about me?” mona lisa is about wanting to be the subject of the art for once instead of being the creator. i think we all daydream at some point in our lives of diving into our favorite stories and finding ourselves in the pages. we all deserve the chance to feel like we’re worthy of a spotlight every once in a while, and mona lisa is meant to express that sentiment exactly.”

With more new music expected imminently, 2022 will be yet another important year for the singer-songwriter. “I hope to keep pushing myself and make something that feels really different,” explains Maia. “I want mxmtoon to be a diverse sonic playground.” She adds, “Everything is open-ended for me right now, but I see that as being incredibly liberating and exciting.” mxmtoon will also be hitting the road for a full North American tour.

Tour Dates:

5/2 – Montreal, QC @ Fairmount

5/4 – Toronto, ON @ Danforth Music Hall

5/5 – Detroit, MI @ Majestic Theatre

5/7 – Chicago, IL @ House of Blues

5/8 – Minneapolis, MN @ Varsity Theatre

5/10 – Englewood, CO @ The Gothic

5/11 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Complex

5/13 – Vancouver, BC @ Vogue Theatre

5/14 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom

5/15 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox Market

5/17 – San Francisco, CA @ Regency

5/20 – Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory

5/21 – Los Angeles, CA @ Fonda

5/24 – San Diego, CA @ House of Blues

5/25 – Phoenix, AZ @ The Van Buren

5/27 – Dallas, TX @ The Studio at The Factory

5/28 – Austin, TX @ Scoot Inn (Outdoors)

5/29 – Houston, TX @ White Oak Downstairs

5/31 – Orlando, FL @ Beacham

6/1 – Atlanta, GA @ The Loft

6/3 – Washington, D.C. @ 9:30 Club

6/5 – Philadelphia, PA @ Theatre of Living Arts

6/7 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall

6/10 – Boston, MA @ Royale


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February 3rd, 2022

SASAMI shares a visualizer for “Call Me Home,” the latest single from her anticipated new album, Squeeze, out February 25th via Domino.

Of the track, SASAMI says “’Call Me Home’ is dedicated to anyone who has blown up their life just to remember what it’s like to feel something. It’s about the darkness of feeling nothing and the creeping ache of apathy that can swallow you whole if you let it. It’s about skipping town, driving all night and knowing you’ll always have a home to come back to.”

SASAMI is hitting the road later this spring on a headline tour that also includes support for Haim in the US and Mitski in EU.


3/4 – Brattleboro, VT @ The Stone Church

3/5 – Woodstock, NY @ The Colony

3/6 – Rochester, NY @ The Bug Jar

3/8 – Lakewood, OH @ Mahall’s

3/10 – Charlotte, NC @ Snug Harbor

3/11 – Savannah, GA @ Savannah Stopover

3/21 – Nashville, TN @ The End

3/22 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade Purgatory Stage

3/24 – Washington, DC @ Black Cat

3/25 – Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg

3/26 – Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s

3/27 – Cambridge, MA @ Sonia

3/30 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Club Cafe

3/31 – Columbus, OH @ Rumba Cafe

4/1 – Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall

4/2 – Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry

4/3 – Omaha, NE @ Reverb Lounge

4/5 – Denver, CO @ Larimer Lounge

4/7 – Salt Lake City, UT @ The State Room

4/8 – Boise, ID @ The Shredder

4/9 – Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge

4/10 – Seattle, WA @ Barboza

4/12 – San Francisco, CA @ The Chapel

4/13 – Los Angeles, CA @ Teragram Ballroom

4/21 – Bristol, UK @ Marble Factory * – SOLD OUT

4/22 – Leeds, UK @ University Union Refectory *

4/23 – Glasgow, UK @ Barrowland Ballroom *

4/25 – Dublin, IE @ Vicar Street * -SOLD OUT

4/26 – Manchester, UK @ Manchester Academy *

4/28 – London, UK @ The Roundhouse * – SOLD OUT

4/29 – London, UK @ O2 Academy Brixton *

4/30 – Brussels, BE @ Les Nuits Botanique Festival *

5/2 – Tourcoing, FR @ Le Grand Mix * – SOLD OUT

5/3 – Paris, FR @ L’Olympia *

5/4 – Amsterdam, NL @ Paradiso * – SOLD OUT

5/6 – Zurich, CH @ Kaufleuten *

5/7 – Lausanne, CH @ Les Docks *

5/9 – Berlin, DE @ Metropol * – SOLD OUT

5/10 – Copenhagen, DK @ Vega * – SOLD OUT

5/11 – Stockholm, SE @ Fallan

5/12 – Oslo, NO @ Sentrum Scene * – SOLD OUT

5/14 – Hamburg, DE @ Fabrik * – SOLD OUT

5/15 – Cologne, DE @ Carlswerk Victoria * – SOLD OUT

5/17 – Vienna, AT @ WUK * – SOLD OUT

5/18 – Prague, CZ @ Archa Theatre *

5/19 – Munich, DE @ Strom * – SOLD OUT

5/22 – Wilmington, NC @ Live Oak Bank Pavillion ^

5/24 – Toronto, ON @ RBC Echo Beach ^

5/25 – Rochester Hills, MI @ Meadow Brook Ampitheatre ^

5/28 – Philadelphia, PA @ TD Pavilion at the Mann ^

5/31 – Milwaukee, WI @ BMO Harris Pavilion ^

6/1 – Indianapolis, IN @ TCU Amphitheatre at White River State Park ^

6/3 – Chicago, IL @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island ^

6/4 – Kansas City, MO @ Starlight Theatre ^

6/6 – Minneapolis, MN @ The Armory ^

6/10 – Vancouver, BC @ Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre ^

6/11 – Portland, OR @ Theater of the Clouds ^

6/13 – Seattle, WA @ WaMu Theater ^

6/14 – Bend, OR @ Hayden Homes Amphitheatre ^

* w/ Mitski

^ w/ Haim


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January 14th, 2022

Fresh off the heels of a successful year finding eee gee charting on Denmark’s DRP3 Radio plus a nomination at the Danish Critical Awards for “Hope of the Year 2022”—similar to the highly coveted Best New Artist award—today she confirms her much anticipated debut album, Winning, is set for release February 25 on Future Classic.

“‘Contraband’ is about having flashes of vivid memories from an ancient time with an ex-lover,” eee gee explains. “These melancholic feelings about an ex come in waves and trick you into believing there might still be an unresolved big love situation there, but deep down you know you just miss that person and cherish the times you had together.”

Emma Grankvist is a singer-songwriter from Denmark. Her debut single “Favourite Lover” received the highly praised ‘pick of the week’ spot on DRP3—Denmark’s largest national radio station, and the song entered the Denmark Spotify Viral charts. “It’s music for the introvert, who is constantly pushed into the uncomfortable extrovert way of how to view the world,” Grankvist describes. 


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January 11th, 2022

Philadelphia, PA noise-punks Empath share a video for “Passing Stranger,” the new single from their anticipated upcoming album, Visitor, out 2/11 via Fat Possum. The chamber piece was shot by Empath collaborator Halle Ballard in Catherine Elicson’s apartment.

“The beat was inspired by druggy Velvet Underground drums, on top of which Randall began improvising a heavy tremolo on his synth. One of the slowest songs we’ve ever written without an abrasive moment. We finally got to do a fade out,” says Elicson. “This song was written in a similar way to ‘Diamond Eyelids’ i.e. collaging together memories. This time I pieced together different memories from my childhood, some idyllic, some difficult, but as if it were a story about someone else returning to their hometown. The melody of this song was actually in a really old iPhone voice memo that I had made and forgot about. When I re-listened to it after a year or so, I was like damn this is catchy I gotta finish writing this one. I also wanted a song where I could bust out my sweep picking in a non-cringe way. I hope to be considered at the vanguard of sweep picking in pop music, thank you.”

Of the video, Elicson says “this video was shot in my apartment in one night. Garrett had ordered a bunch of candles online. We bought some supplies from the deli across the street and also a box of wine. We set up a bunch of colorful lights and props in my studio room and improvised most of the shots. The outdoor scenes were taken on the roof once we needed some fresh air. We ordered Indian food and didn’t really feel like working on the video anymore after eating, so I did a few shots alone and we called it a night. The video was shot by Halle Ballard on iPhone 11 at a high frame rate and on a DV camera. I edited it over the holidays on a copy of premiere pro cc that I have access to via my friend’s login she had when she worked for a documentary filmmaker. She hasn’t worked with him for a couple years though, so I’m grateful the login still works.”

Empath is hitting the road with Fucked Up later this month. All dates below.


1/19 – Ottawa, CA @ Club SAW ~

1/20 – Montreal, QC – Bar Le Ritz ~

1/21 – Boston, MA @ The Sinclair ~

1/22 – New York, NY @ Brooklyn Made ~

1/23 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts ~

1/24 – Washington, DC @ Union Stage ~

1/25 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls ~

1/26 – Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups ~

1/28 – Detroit, MI @ Shelter ~

 ~ w/ Fucked Up


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January 4th, 2022

Today Giselle Torres releases “Sorry to Future Me”, the title track of her EP, and part 3 of a 5 part series following two teenagers from the perspective of our protagonist as she falls in love with a boy she has never met before. They go from being strangers, to meeting for the first time in Brooklyn, NY for one day, to having to face the emotional rollercoaster that is teenage love and heartbreak.



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October 1st, 2021

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September 15th, 2021

Snail Mail

Today, Snail Mail (Lindsey Jordan) announces Valentine, her new album out November 5th via Matador. To mark the occasion, she has released the title track, “Valentine,” and its outrageous period drama companion video directed by Josh Coll.

“I wanted to take as much time as possible with this record to make sure I was happy with every detail before unleashing it unto y’all,” says Jordan. “Referring to the process as the deepest level of catharsis and therapy I have ever experienced would be a huge understatement. Valentine is my child!”

A hugely anticipated follow-up, Valentine was written and produced by 22-year-old Lindsey Jordan and co-produced by Brad Cook (Bon Iver, Waxahatchee). Written in 2019-2020 the album is filled with romance, heartbreak, blood, sweat and tears. But Valentine is poised and self-possessed, channelling its anger and dejection into empowering revenge fantasies and rewriting the narrative of its own fate. Stitched throughout it is the melodrama and the camp Jordan so deftly utilizes to offset her pain. The sonic leap forward can be heard from the first moments of the title track – the whispered voice and eerie sci-fi synths erupting into a full-on stadium-sized adrenaline-rush of a chorus. From there it’s all go – with digitized electronic inflected anthems, swooning baroque FM rockers, smoldering slow-jam R&B and some of the most gorgeous and heart-rending finger-picked guitar ballads this side of Elliott Smith. The star of the show however is Lindsey’s voice – no longer the prodigal wunderkind, her vocals and words are rawer, deeper, snarlier and more feeling than ever before.  Snail Mail has also announced a worldwide tour including US runs both in the fall of 2021 and the spring of 2022



Sat Nov 27 2021 – Richmond VA @ The National*

Sun Nov 28 2021 – Charlotte NC @ Neighborhood Theatre*

Tue Nov 30 2021 – Orlando FL @ The Beacham Theater*

Wed Dec 1 2021 – Tampa FL @ The Ritz Ybor*

Fri Dec 3 2021 – Birmingham AL @ Saturn*

Sat Dec 4 2021 – Knoxville TN @ The Mill & Mine*

Sun Dec 5 2021 – Louisville KY @ Headliners Music Hall*

Tue Dec 7 2021 – Milwaukee WI @ Turner Hall*

Wed Dec 8 2021 – Madison WI @ Majestic Theatre*

Fri Dec 10 2021 – St Louis MO @ The Pageant*

Sat Dec 11 2021 – Bloomington IL @ The Castle Theatre*

Sun Dec 12 2021 – Columbus OH @ The Athenaeum Theatre*

Mon Dec 13 2021 – Detroit MI @ Majestic Theatre*

Wed Dec 15 2021 – Millvale PA @ Mr. Smalls Theatre*

Thu Dec 16 2021 – New Haven, CT @ Toad’s Place*

Fri Dec 17 2021 – Providence RI @ Fete Music Hall*

Sat Dec 18 2021 – Asbury Park NJ @ The Stone Pony*

Sun Dec 19 2021 – Norfolk VA @ The NorVa*

Tue Dec 21 2021 – Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore*


Fri Feb 18 2022 – Manchester UK @ Manchester Academy 2

Sun Feb 20 2022 – Glasgow UK @ QMU

Tue Feb 22 2022 – Bristol UK @ SWX

Wed Feb 23 2022 – London UK @ O2 Forum Kentish Town

Fri Feb 25 2022 – Paris FR @ Le Trabendo

Sat Feb 26 2022 – Lyon FR @ Epicerie Moderne

Sun Feb 27 2022 – Bologna IT @ Locomotiv

Mon Feb 28 2022 – Milan IT @ Magnolia

Wed Mar 2 2022 – Zürich CH @ Bogen F

Thu Mar 3 2022 – Munich DE @ Ampere

Fri Mar 4 2022 – Dresden DE @ Groovestation

Sun Mar 6 2022 – Copenhagen DK @ Loppen

Mon Mar 7 2022 – Gothenburg SE @ Oceanen

Tue Mar 8 2022 – Oslo NO @ Parkteatret

Thu Mar 10 2022 – Stockholm SE @ Slaktkyrkan

Sat Mar 12 2022 – Berlin DE @ Columbia Theater

Sun Mar 13 2022 – Hamburg DE @ Knust

Mon Mar 14 2022 – Brussels BE @ AB Ballroom

Tue Mar 15 2022 – Cologne DE @ Gebäude 9

Wed Mar 16 2022 – Amsterdam NL @ Paradiso Noord

Tue Apr 5 2022 – Philadelphia PA @ Union Transfer#

Wed Apr 6 2022 – Philadelphia PA @ Union Transfer#

Thu Apr 7 2022 – Brooklyn NY @ Kings Theatre#

Fri Apr 8 2022 – Boston MA @ Royale#

Sat April 9 2022 – Montreal QC @ Club Soda#

Mon Apr 11 2022 – Toronto ON @ Phoenix Concert Theatre#

Tue Apr 12 2022 – Cleveland OH @ Agora Theatre#

Thu Apr 14 2022 – Chicago IL @ Riviera Theatre#

Fri Apr 15 2022 – Minneapolis MN @ First Avenue#

Sat Apr 16 2022 – Lawrence KS @ Liberty Hall#

Sun Apr 17 2022 – Denver CO @ Ogden Theater#

Wed Apr 20 2022 – Seattle WA @ Moore Theatre^

Thu Apr 21 2022 – Vancouver BC @ Vogue Theatre^

Fri Apr 22 2022 – Portland OR @ Wonder Ballroom^

Sat Apr 23 2022 – Portland OR @ Wonder Ballroom^

Sun Apr 24 2022 – Oakland CA @ Fox Theater^

Wed Apr 27 2022 – Los Angeles CA @ Hollywood Palladium^

Thu Apr 28 2022 – San Diego CA @ The Observatory North Park^

Fri Apr 29 2022 – Mesa AZ @ The Nile^

Sat Apr 30 2022 – Santa Fe NM @ Meow Wolf^

Mon May 2 2022 – Austin TX @ ACL Live at the Moody Theater^

Tue May 3 2022 – Dallas TX @The Factory Studio^

Thu May 5 2022 – Atlanta GA @ The Masquerade – Heaven Stage^

Fri May 6 2022 – Asheville NC @ The Orange Peel^

Sat May 7 2022 – Carrboro NC @ Cat’s Cradle^

Sun May 8 2022 – Nashville TN @ Brooklyn Bowl – Nashville^

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June 17th, 2021

What is the Arts Lead Sheet? It is a resource for finding grants, jobs, opportunities in the arts. It started as an ad-hoc e-mail list a few years. We are now bringing it back as a feature on FEMMUSIC. It is not restricted to music but encompasses all of the arts. Miss something? Look at the archives at:


Folk Alliance – The Village Fund – Deadline June 25, 2021


Colorado Creative Industries Program Administrator – Deadline June 30, 2021[0]=Office%20of%20the%20Governor&sort=PositionTitle%7CAscending&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs%2CjobOpportunitiesJobs&utm_campaign=Colorado%20Creative%20Industries&utm_medium=email&_hsmi=134505333&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-_JAV2GyPGg1HcJJx7a8KoBx7xWXfZhjaljIdh4Q4nmCs7s4gEfkr2w2unVBWvCjAXfznpwGMitIhSFebcUvGsGGlSB2A&utm_content=134505333&utm_source=hs_email

Executive Director – Crested Butte Center for the Arts – Crested Butte, CO

Orchestra Manager – Greater Boulder Youth Orchestra – Boulder, CO

Music Strategy Manager, Music Marketing, YouTube – NY or LA, US

Head of Communications and External Affairs, Liverpool Philharmonic – Liverpool, UK

Manager- Production & Supply Chain – London, UK

External Advisor- Government Relations and Regional Affairs, Asia (with a focus on India and Japan) – Global Citizen – Paris, France


NBC American Song Contest Submissions –

Future Echoes Application – Due June 30, 2021


TuneCore – Make Money from Your Music – June 22, 2021 – 2pm EST

Indie Weekly – Are You Ready To Level Up Your Career? – June 22, 2021 – 2pm EST

Canadian Music Week: How Neighbouring Rights are Changing the Game – June 22, 2021 – 2pm EST

Amazon Web Services for Media & Entertainment Virtual Symposium – June 23, 2021 – 8-11:30 PST

Getting Into the Business of Production Music – June 24, 2021 – 3pm EST

The Empowered Musician – June 24, 2021 – 3pm EST

Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp: Women Only Camp – January 27-30, 2022



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April 8th, 2021

Things continue to pick up for Laufey, the 21 year old Icelandic-Chinese artist. Her debut EP Typical of Me comes out April 30. It features “Street By Street”, “Best Friend” and “Magnolia.”

In addition, Earlier today the BBC announced that Laufey will present a new music series for BBC Radio 3 and BBC Sounds. A twelve-episode mood-music series entitled “Happy Harmonies with Laufey,” the series is announced alongside another series with Lianne La Havas, and both begin on Saturday, April 10th on BBC Sounds.

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