While great things are happening with different genres across various music studios, the pump in technological development has made things as smooth as silk.
Earlier, it was a difficult task for musicians and bands to market their music and make it reach the public at large due to the confined means of media and technology.
However, as times have advanced, a single recorded by a budding artist in one corner of the world reaches another corner in a clicks time with the help of the world wide web. It has become easier for even newbies and first-attempters to broadcast their performances and gain name and fame without much resources or investment. Adding to the utility of this worldwide network, we have compiled a list of 5 rising bands, each of whom are on different levels of their journey while experimenting with distinct genres:
1. Big Thief:
This Brooklyn’s band has been in the field since quite a while, but the release of their album Capacity in 2017 was their strongest and most precise hit which led them to greater heights. Their arena of perfection remains to be folk rock infused with electronic music. The approach for name and fame followed by the Big Thief continues to be conventional as they believe in touring and personal interaction with fans over social modes of making connections.
2. Men I Trust:
This trio which budded in Montreal has been steady in creating abuzz in its fans via its warm and romantic musical notes which come with surprises of electrical melodies. Men I Trust believe in self-reliance as they engage in recording, mixing and producing their music on their own. Few of their hits which gave them sufficient elevation are Lauren, Show Me How and Say, Can You Hear.
3. Hello Yello:
Constituted of three men, Dylan, Jaden and Martin who continue to be in their early 20s, the Hello Yello formed in Oakland. Its been a matter of only three songs produced by these three very young men that they have already established their versatility and style. The formation of this band is entrusted upon the foundation of brotherhood, friendship and distinct tastes in music. Their recent single I Don’t Care has taken away hearts of the youth by being as catchy as it could be.
4. Slow Pulp:
This band was formed in Chicago at a time when all the bandmembers were of a very young age and decided to synchronize their emotional and artistic perceptions of music. the Slow Pulp possesses the talent to make their songs sound very nostalgic to the ears of the listener which adds an edge to the performance of this band. Although they have not produced enormous number of songs, but their prodigious adjustability to different genres, whether rock energy or classic rock, has left its fans awestruck.
5. Show Me The Body:
Having worked with Tony Seltzer and Princess Nokia, Show Me The Body are the perfectionists in creating an amalgamated and incorporated version of electronic, emo and hip-hop music by making best use of their raw and original energy with tints of hissing and kinetic vocals. They are the producers of music that is very unforeseeable and leaves the fans in utmost surprise and joy. Their hit albums and singles include Dog Whistle, Camp Orchestra, In a Grave and Trash.