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Feb 16 Introducing: Sierra Deaton is Essy

It’s a rebirth. Goodbye Sierra Deaton, hello Essy! We last caught with Sierra in 2016 during the release week of her last project as part of The X-Factor winning duo Alex & Sierra, who announced their split as a group only a few months ago. Today, Deaton is back under a new moniker and with a brand new, fitting sound. Essy’s debut single “Don’t Hurt” was produced by Dylan William (Halsey, Flor) and co-written with rising alt-pop artist LostBoyCrow. “I wanna tell you everything about it, boy / I don’t know if I should / Don’t hurt if you don’t know”...more

Sep 21 ☆ Artists of the Week ☆ #AOTW (Sept. 21 – Sept. 28)

Here at Trendio we like to introduce you up-and-coming artists first. In the last couple of months, we’ve brought the likes of Scott Helman, Tink, Jess Glynne, Years & Years, Jon Bellion, Devon Baldwin, and many more. The week ending Sept 14, we carried on the ~introduce you to new artists~ tradition with four incredible acts: R&B newcomer Kiana, indie band making waves BABE, German vocal powerhouse Lena, and Los Angeles-native Elle King. This week, our picks for ones to watch are: Jordan Bratton, a multi-talented artist from New York, “pop minded vocalist” Lostboycrow, singer-songwriter Andra Day, and fun music-making...more

Sep 21 Featured: Lostboycrow

Lostboycrow describes his act as a “pop minded vocalist’s dark love affair with the world of modern R&B” — a statement that could not be any more accurate. The artist, who hides his identity under a moniker, moved from Oregon to California to work on his music, and has slowly been growing into a full-blown hitmaker ever since. His sound, a perfect balance between pop and alternative, and genuine lyrics helped the young artist become a favorite among music bloggers and sites like Hype Machine and HillyDilly. His single “Start Something”, produced by Dylan William, known for his work with Flor and...more