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Early listeners have been floored by singer-songwriter Genevieve Stokes’ amorphous drifts between brooding piano ballads and crisp modernity. At only 18 years old, she has been composing gut-wrenching songs decades beyond her years, waiting for the right moment to unveil her stories of loneliness and heartache to the world. Finally, that moment has arrived. In the summer of 2019, the Portland, Maine native released the first two songs from her debut EP - “Simple Love” and “Morning Dove”. The forthcoming EP, a bold collection of songs conceived initially as part of a senior year project, marks the kick-off of a fresh and triumphant new force in music.
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Son Kuma is a self-produced recording artist from Los Angeles, CA. Kuma began making music in 2017 during a one-year academic suspension from Stanford University, but his music quickly gained traction amongst many audiences. Listeners gravitate towards Son’s music because they relate to his lyrics and appreciate his ability to write songs that explore greater meanings from his everyday real life experiences.
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Gebreezy is a talented rapper and singer based in Atlanta, Georgia who has been making music for as long as he can remember. His music takes the form of a melodic rap style, characterized by ornamented vocal runs and heavy hitting drums. With over 11,000 Spotify listeners from multiple countries, Gebreezy is quickly emerging as a recognizable force in the music community.
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penelope is a Los Angeles based artist born and raised in New York City. She was originally recruited to play soccer at Stanford, but after an injury required her to medically retire, she switched her focus to music. A lover of all things indie pop and rock, you can find her listening to Phoebe Bridgers, HAIM, and Alanis Morrisette at any time of day. Her sound draws upon these influences, as well as the retro sound of Stevie Nicks and Joni Mitchell, and offers raw lyricism supported by playful energy. Her favorite color is blue and she loves ramen.
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20-year-old Jacob Eisenach began recording as eisenach in the spring of 2019. Eisenach’s upbringing in Berlin led to an early start to his music career, as he grew up busking in the city and playing at bars with his indie band, Cardboard Hearts. His move to California prompted more songwriting, and culminated in his upbeat, optimistic debut EP, “Transitory Places,” which he created in his freshman dorm room. In addition to the dorm setting, influences from indie rock and bedroom pop led to friends dubbing eisenach’s music DORMPOP. In the Spring of 2020, after leaving college for his Uncle’s basement in Colorado, he recorded and produced his second EP “Thoughts in Motion”. It’s a quarantine project - but full of themes reflecting on campus life.
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Rory Knight has been "making sucky music since 2018."
- Rory Knight
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The blind barbers
The Blind Barbers, a rock 'n' roll band from Healdsburg, California, produced their first record titled "Lollygagger" in 2017. Since then, they've released a number of hit singles including "Hotel Candles" and "The Night Sky."
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Born in Prince George's county Maryland to Nigerian Immigrants, music has always been a part of Seyi’s life. Before high school, Seyi taught himself how to play the guitar and drums and not so long after that, he picked up the keyboard and taught himself how to produce music. After moving to Stanford, California to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science, he started a creative collective, Supastas Entertainment, dedicated to promoting positive content. Through this collective, he would release his first EP “A little personal” which was featured on AcidStag, Dummy Mag, and Jams Supernova “EP top 5” on BBC 1xtra radio. Seyi is passionate about telling stories through music. He shares a personal experience he’s been through in every song in hopes to inspire anyone listening.
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Cat Rian is a singer and songwriter born & raised in Las Vegas. She grew up singing and performing at various venues across the Las Vegas strip, most recently as the lead singer of the resident bands at the Delano Hotel and the MGM Signature. In 2015, she teamed up with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and she donates proceeds made from her song “You Are Strong” directly to the cause. Cat also served as the first Student Ambassador of Positively Arts Foundation in Las Vegas, which allowed her to help teach vocal and performance skills to children in Southern Nevada. With PAF, she also headlined the "Anti-Bullying School Tour," where she taught elementary school children the lyrics to "You Are Strong" and talked about self-love and empathy. In 2020, she released her most recent single, "Don't Worry Baby," with the intent to donate all streaming revenue to the Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts' Coronavirus Relief Fund. Cat currently studies Symbolic Systems and music at Stanford University, where she performs as often as possible around campus with her band. Cat loves music and people, and her ultimate life goal is to use music to help enact positive change in other people's lives.
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Originally from Kent, Washington, Tomasi started recording in a dorm room and is still recording in a dorm room.
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Looi/Liz Ooi is currently a senior at Stanford University. Growing up most of her life in New Jersey, living in New York, going to school in California, and currently hiding out in Wyoming, she doesn’t have a lot of geographic loyalty anywhere but appreciates a good 24-hour diner when she comes across one. Primarily a songwriter, Looi wrote her first song at the age of 14. Since then, she’s been involved in many musical projects and most recently joined The Reptile Room, where she wrote several originals, including "All is Well." On April 7, 2020, she released her first solo single "Alice." Looi’s current musical and personal aspiration is to actively take up more space, so stay tuned!
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Known online as Adam Gray, Adam Gurary is a singer, songwriter, producer, and guitarist from Cleveland, Ohio. Adam spent most of his artistic time in musical theater before pivoting to music production in the summer of 2018. Adam's first release, "Numb" (feat. Son Kuma), recently broke 190,000 Spotify streams in over 50 countries. Adam is influenced primarily by classic rock, alternative/psychedelic rock, hip-hop, funk, and jazz. He was raised by refugees from the U.S.S.R. and he now goes to Stanford, where he studies Mathematical and Computational Science.
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Zoie Perry is a singer-songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. She has been singing and making music ever since she was young. Her music style is more lo-fi with an alternative and R&B feel. She plans to continue her musical career at the Berklee College of Music while releasing more songs on more platforms in the future.
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CLAIRE BROOKS is an independent musician from Los Angeles, CA. She has been singing and writing music for as long as she can remember and has up quite a few instruments over the years. Recently she has taken her hand at production, and is currently working on producing her first EP. She has a cult following of listeners who appreciate her lyricism and genre-bending compositions. Currently attending Stanford University, she plans to kick off a career as a musician after she graduates, while writing and producing as many songs as she can in the mean time.
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Chloe Cullen is a 17 year old indie folk singer and songwriter based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has been singing and harmonizing as a soloist and in a cappella ensembles since she was 5 years old. Last year she wrote, recorded, and self released her first EP. Check it out on Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music, and more!
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