Lennon Stella

“Like Everybod Else (Acoustic)

The 19-year-old Ontario, Canada native Lennon Stella first gained national attention in 2012 when her and sister Maisy’s cover of Robyn’s “Call your Girlfriend” went viral (their YouTube channel has over 100 million views and nearly 800,000 subscribers.) That same year, Lennon landed her starring role in the hit television show Nashville as Maddie Con- rad. 2018 is an exciting year for Lennon as she signed her first label deal with RECORDS LLC. / Columbia Records. She released an acoustic version of her original song “Like Everybody Else” in August, which hit #1 on both the US and Canada Spotify Viral Charts. Lennon Stella is currently working on her debut EP to be released later this year.


flora cash

“You’re Somebody Else”

Alt-pop duo Flora Cash signs to RCA Records who are seeing major success with their current single “You’re Somebody Else.” The track has amassed over 10 million streams on Spotify and the music video has gone viral having been viewed over 7 million times. They recently performed the song on The Late Late Show with James Corden and it is #10 at Alternative Radio and climbing. It is also one of the most Shazamed Alternative records of the year. The track was also used in a Movistar commercial in Mexico, which has been viewed over 25 million times and has been picked up through Central and South America.

The husband-and-wife duo emerged when Minneapolis- native Cole Randall uploaded his music to Soundcloud and caught the attention of Sweden-based Shpresa Lleshaj who stumbled upon his account and started leaving comments under the songs. Facebook messages gave way to an introductory phone conversation, which snowballed into marathon Skype sessions, which eventually led to their marriage. The mystique of the music offset the exuberance of the union between them. The duo stitched together a singular style from threads of personal anxiety, struggle, and ultimately triumph. In 2017, their full-length debut, Nothing Lasts Forever (And It’s Fine), attracted widespread tas- temaker praise, including a coveted 9-out-of-10 score from Earmilk as well as acclaim from Noisey, Paste, Wonderland Magazine, Elmore Magazine and The Line of Best Fit.

In addition, Flora Cash are on a North American Tour opening for SYML. They will perform in major cities including New York, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, and more.


Johnny Orlando

“Last Summer”

Johnny Orlando first expressed his passion for music when he was just eight years old, posting his first YouTube cover with the help of his older sister. The video, created as a fun Christmas break activity and shared online for family and friends, racked up several thousand views in a few short weeks, so the pair continued to post. Johnny’s fan base grew, then exploded into massive growth, netting him multiple Teen and Kids Choice Award nominations and a combined social following of 17 million dedicated fans.

He’s come a long way since that first post – touring the world with co-headlining and sold-out North American and European tours, signing a recording deal with Universal Music Canada / Island Records, releasing new music (“What If” and “Last Summer”) and working on his debut EP, set for release in the coming months.

Orlando (now 15) is at the forefront of the next generation of Canadian artists impacting a global music stage. He’s been featured in VARIETY, Teen Vogue, Paper Magazine, J-14, Tiger Beat and Just Jared Jr and much more.



“El Dorado”

Hailing from Dallas, TX, vocalist and songwriter Shaylen is both equal parts veteran and neophyte to the music industry. A former pop group member turned solo star, Shaylen became classically trained in piano and took master classes at the world renowned Septien Entertainment Group (home to other superstars like Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato); and after a short-lived stunt in a successful global touring group Shaylen found herself moving to Los Angeles to re-start her music career. While working multiple jobs and pushing out her music on social media, she began to create a sizable buzz in the industry. But it was through her songwriting and producing skills that she found her true identity, inking a publishing contract and collaborating with up and coming EDM producers on Soundcloud. Fast forward to a major deal with Republic Records, Shaylen’s new infectiously dark debut single, “El Dorado,” details her journey and the highs and lows of both love and loss. The empowering, yet unapologetic track was inspired by the myth of Columbia’s Lost City Of Gold, as Shaylen explains, “but also it’s about a man in search of the city of gold. I am the gold.” It’s the story of a rising powerhouse who is back… for the very first time.


Vintage Trouble

“Can’t Stop Rollin’”

Since forming in 2010, Vintage Trouble have quietly become rock ‘n’ roll’s best kept secret anointed by its very gods on international tours in every corner of the globe. Distilling swaggering rock, soulful blues, R&B grooves, and pop ambi- tion into a bold and brash brew, the quartet—Ty Taylor [vocals], Nalle Colt [guitar], Rick Barrio Dill [bass], and Richard Danielson [drums]— have logged 3,000 shows across 30 countries on tour with divinities such as The Who, The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Lenny Kravitz, and Bon Jovi, to name a few. Along the way, they also performed on Later… with Jools Holland, Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, Conan, and The View in addition to receiving acclaim from New York Times, NPR, The Wall Street Journal, Billboard, Rolling Stone, and more. With a trio of albums under their collective belt, namely The Bomb Shelter Sessions, The Swing House Acoustic Sessions, and 1 Hopeful Rd., their new 2018 EP, Chapter II, marks the beginning of what might be Vintage Trouble’s greatest chapter yet.