Lissie is an American indie, folk rock artist. In 2008 she was invited to be the opening act for Lenny Kravitz on his Love Revolution Tour. “Covered up with flowers” and “Live at Shepherd’s Bush Empire” are Lissie’s latest work. “Covered up with flowers”,which was released on November 2011, consists of only cover songs including three of her most popular covers: Kid Cudi’s ‘Pursuit of Happiness’, Metallica’s ‘Nothing Else Matters’ and Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance’. “Live at Shepherd’s Bush Empire” was also released on November 2011. Lissie has a great voice, she has her own style and she rocks!
King Charles is a singer-songwriter from West London.His style of music is glam rock, folk pop, indie, and pop rock. After signing a global deal in the US with Universal Republic in partnership with his UK independent label, Mi7 Records, King Charles recorded his debut album, Loveblood which was released on 8 May 2012. King Charles has toured with artists such as Laura Marling , Noah and the Whale , and Mumford and Sons. He is definitely a music artist to GET TO KNOW.
Other Lives are an American indie rock band from Stillwater, Oklahoma. The band originally formed in 2004 as Kunek and released one album in 2006 under that name.Other Lives’ self-titled album was released physically April 7, 2009 and digitally March 17, 2009. Their sophmore album Tamer Animals which is available now, was produced by Beck’s longtime drummer Joey Waronker. Band members are Jesse Tabish, Jenny Hsu , Jon Mooney,Colby Owens ,and Josh Onstott . Other Lives opened for Radiohead on the first leg of their 2012 North American tour in February and March, 2012. Like Radiohead, the band played at the 2012 Coachella Festival. GET TO KNOW Other Lives because of their on point, brilliant, unified, real, and one of a kind music. Their sophmore album Tamer Animals is definitely worth purchasing and listening to from begining to end. This is why Other Lives are this week’s Musicologistblog’s GET TO KNOW band. To find out more about Other Lives click this link:otherlives