Founded in Ohio in 2017, 90’s Kids combines elements from multiple genres across the pop landscape to create a fresh spin on modern music.
The Infinite Daisy Chains are made up of two members both local to the Washington D.C. metro area. Ian Dandridge and Kristina Westernik-Dandridge met in a dimly lit garage to meet for rehearsal, and are now married five years later. Kristina specializes in the violin, vocals, and Ableton push, whilst Ian is the guitarist of the duo. As well as the pair boasting years of experience in playing synthesizers and drum machines, Kristina was featured on the violin on Oceanids’ track ‘Tapestry’.
Much of their music was inspired by their honeymoon experience in the Californian desert, as they say, “The marriage secured their commitment to each other, and the emotion that spills over into the duo’s creative process.”
Jon Tyler Wiley & his Virginia Choir teamed up with Ryan Newell from Sister Hazel for this amazing recorded from home version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Oh Well” presented by Crossover TV.
sophie meiers (no it’s not supposed to capitalized) wears her gothic Lolita aesthetic like armor, turning the dismissive notion of this feminine archetype on its head. She grew up in a Mountaintown in Colorado, and you can definitely tell it inspired her music. After escaping a toxic home environment at 14, paving her way through creative ingenuity the 20-year-old singer, songwriter, visual artist, and producer emerged from the online SoundCloud community creating genre-spanning songs that sound like 90’s Gwen Stefani produced by Trent Reznor.