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What stands out about Mango Reinhardt is their ability to bring together different genres in unexpected ways. “We have always drawn from a variety of influences – 50s Doo Wop, early 60s girl groups, The Beatles, the soundtrack music of Ennio Morricone as well as contemporary bands.” Consisting of Will Boire on guitar, Lisa Liskovoi on bass, Katelyn Plant on drums and Emily Copeland on vocals, the Toronto-based pop noir group creates music that has a great sense of melody mixed with a good dose of attitude. Both their self-titled debut EP and the follow-up, Night Glow, draw from these common denominators. By the time Night Glow was written and recorded, Mango Reinhardt had come into its own and developed a dark, brooding sound. “We have a better sense of who we are as a band and have honed our sound.”
MOJO is punchy pop with attitude and a large dose of self-empowerment. The project of Swedish-raised, Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Moa Munoz, MOJO is what a self-help book would sound like if written by a beat-obsessed, whirling dervish. With bouncy bass lines that make you want to get down and hooks that stick like gum, MOJO is your new favourite, confidence-boosting cocktail. You can also see Moa on tour playing bass for Olivia Rodrigo.
Simeon Ross has proven himself to be a talented and tireless pop songwriter. He has written and released more than 10 albums as a solo artist and with various bands including Red Autumn Fall, Charmer, Infighter, Shoot The Image and Uniter. Shoot The Image’s album was produced by Boz Boorer (Morrissey/Adam Ant) at his studio in the mountains of Portugal. About his music, Simeon says, “You got to put in the time. Do not make excuses for not doing the work. All those hours and days I put into music matters.” The songs on his most recent EP, Westmount, have been described as “often hopeful and full of bright choruses”. His indie pop sound is timeless and resonates long after the initial listening.