Getting music fans to agree on anything is next to impossible.
That's why the quick rise of 22-year-old sisters Nalani & Sarina — from a small town in west-central New Jersey to national notoriety and recognition — is such an astounding story.
These two audacious young artists have developed a distinctive blend of traditionalist soul-rock and modern pop, and their stylistic alchemy is likely to keep their faces in the spotlight for years to come.
Legendary music critic and Sirius radio host Dave Marsh, recently called their latest EP, Scattered World, the singing duo's latest set, "some of the best music being made in 2016", and fans, critics and taste-makers have echoed his praise.
The pop marketplace can be fickle and fractious, but Nalani & Sarina have all the elements in place for success and stardom.
Kings and Comrades
Philadelphia-based reggae outfit Kings & Comrades began as an acoustic duo but has since evolved into a prominent 6-piece band, including a horn section.
With conscious original music and a modern yet soulful sound, the band aims to take their uplifting message worldwide!
The group has two EPs to their name and recently released their first full length album, "Get Away", which debuted at #7 on iTunes reggae charts.
They've shared stages with bands like Slightly Stoopid, Rebelution, Matisyahu, Tribal Seeds, Stick Figure, The Green, Ballyhoo, Mike Pinto, Three Legged Fox, and more.