Sydney-born R&B artist TIAAN has captivated audiences around the world with her raw, sexy and slightly left of center style. Heavily influenced by her idols Sade and Janet Jackson, she has stayed true to a sound that instantly resonates with her audience. Following the success and acclaim of her 2014 self titled EP which earned her over 11 million Spotify streams, TIAAN suffered through the all too familiar struggle of being trapped in a bad record deal. Blocked from releasing new artist material, TIAAN instead began focusing on her songwriting, working on singles for artists like Charli XCX, Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea. Currently based in LA and now managed by Sarah McCann at B|O|O, 2019 saw the return of TIAAN with three incredible singles. Her comeback single “Ruin It” was released accompanied by a stunning music video shot on location at the site of the Woolsey fire. TIAAN is […]
Over the course of his career, LA producer/writer Sam Smyers has racked up hundreds of millions of streams across multiple genres by collaborating within a community of impeccably talented topliners and artists. Sam’s music has been licensed by Samsung and GoPro and he has multiple upcoming placements in productions that we’re told are going to be released…well, eventually. Starting as a session player in LA, Sam got his start laying down guitar for artists like 50 Cent to Lupe Fiasco. His role soon evolved when he found himself producing Hayley Kiyoko, helping her navigate the music industry at the beginning of her career. Sam has repeated this pattern through his own career, serving both as both collaborator and mentor to a burgeoning community of up-and-coming artists. Sam’s notable recent works include “Nobody Listening” featuring Lizzy Land who recently sang on Alesso’s “In The Middle” and Paul Oakenford’s “Waterfall”, “So Consumed” […]
Evolving from his indie-rock project Boy Rex, Northern Michigan based singer-songwriter Jack M. Senff strikes a warm and sentimental tone on Good To Know You that pays homage to the folk Americana sounds of the early 1970’s. Opting for a more stripped down aesthetic reflective of his own personal listening preferences over the constant second-guessing of what he thought should be making for his audience, Jack M. Senff had but one criteria for songs for this album: “Do I like it? Good.” “Just being Jack now feels like a needed breath of air, or like the rest of my life has opened up before me and I can go anywhere, do anything, write whatever music I want so long as it’s true to me.” – Jack M. Senff The result is a gorgeous and intimate record, with just the right balance of production, tasteful lead guitar work and natural room […]
Italian multi-platinum music DJ/Producer Aron Airaghi (better known as Aquadrop) is among the most talented, prolific and accomplished artists on our roster. Since signing with Bodega, not a week has gone by that he hasn’t sent us a batch of incredible new material. Quarantined in Milan during the worst early months of the pandemic Aron toiled away in the studio, filling our inbox with a mountain of music he produced exclusively for us to place in sync. All one-stop and free of any copyrighted samples. Over the past decade he’s had numerous TV placements around the world and lent his talents to brands like Wella, Arena, Custo Barcelona, Diesel, Forever 21, GoPro, Goodyear, Le Coq Sportif, Nivea and T-Mobile. With releases on Spinnin Records, Armada, Warner, Sony, Universal, Mad Decent, Dim Mak, Ultra, he’s worked with basically every label an EDM producer could ever dream of. Extremely adept at multiple […]
Paying ironic tribute to Johnny Depp’s infamous tattoo (despite him ultimately editing it to “Wino Forever”, which is frankly also not a bad band name), this self-described Indie Jazz Yacht Rock quartet from Montreal is as wonderfully quirky as their namesake. Also aptly named is their album Feelgood, with songs like “Happy Days”, “Joyride” and “Keep Kool” setting a pleasant upbeat tone throughout the record. Their distinctive sound is extremely technical yet very smooth, kind of like Dirty Projectors meets Brian Wilson. If you’re looking for smooth indie rock that plays a bit ironic or comedic, these are your guys. I mean just look at them. You get it.