L.A.-based singer/songwriter/producer Roxi Jet brings the hair, the heat, and the noise on her debut single, "Bad For Me," a hooky, mid-tempo banger with a heavy nod to 80s and 90s nostalgia. "The song came out of my experiences working at drug and alcohol treatment facilities, where I witnessed many people succumb to their addictions," recalls Jet. "We all struggle with these intense cravings for things we know are 'bad for us,' but that feel so good, whether that's alcohol, drugs, sex, or plain old sugar." Drawing on her early influences such as Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, Paula Abdul, and Ace of Base, while blending them with current favs like Lady Gaga, Dua Lipa, Miley Cyrus, and Sia, Roxi Jet offers a hyper-color dose of retro-tinged pop sure to satisfy your fix.
Renowned soprano and former Family Doctor in the UK, Harriet Fraser brings peace and tranquility to a restless world with her debut album, 'PEACE,’ a collection of 12 a cappella choral pieces beautifully arranged by Shawn Kirchner and produced by Dana Nielsen. Drawing on her successful career performing solo oratorio concerts, film score sessions, chamber music concerts, and ensemble performances with the Los Angeles Master Chorale, Fraser bring us an exquisite meditative choral experience for fans of Eric Whitacre, Morten Lauridsen, Reena Esmai, or for anyone in need of peace, tranquility and beautiful music.