Softee, the moniker of Nina Grollman, is a blend of queer, emotional, genre-bending psychpop. Keep On, her debut album, was predominantly self engineered and produced, and draws a wide range of influences, from Robyn to Kimbra to Dolly Parton. Softee is looking forward to releasing new music, which she worked on in Berlin with a very special collaborator, Sweetbbyj. Nina is from Moorhead, MN (which is right next to Fargo, ND) and has been living in Brooklyn for 9 years.
Day Tvvo is an alt-pop project from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Songwriter and producer, Kevin McGroarty, is your average millennial pacing back and forth in his twenties.
Caught in the tug of war between childhood and adulthood, Day Tvvo arrived as a buffer, a platform to say things he may not be allowed to – to try something one day and allowed to retry it the second.
Lots of room for imperfection, lots of room for mistakes, and lots of room to finally get it right.
The alter-universe of Milwaukee artist Amanda Huff, Lila Realm is a sonic portal into the eye of the storm. Walls of soft distortion and intimate vocals create the bedding for slicing poetry about delusion, disaster and control. Channeling influences such as Cocteau Twins, Karen O and Zola Jesus, Lila Realm embodies the mysterious femme–the sort that wail in the fog, hold your hand in the dark, then burn your house down for warmth.