Whether you’re in search of new artists to add to your rotation this month, or just looking for a quick escape from your desk today (guilty as charged), we’ve compiled some thrilling and inspiring videos from our latest Sofar shows just for you. Take a look, browse around, and keep your eye out for more amazing shows from these impressive artists.
Natia Chichinadze (aka Creams) is a Georgian electronic artist who’s been writing songs since she was 14, or as she describes it, “transforming life into waveforms.” Her haunting performance in Tblisi has us eagerly awaiting whatever she creates next (when she’s not working four jobs to fund her music career — talk about a hustle!).
We’re still swooning over this moving performance from Ofelia in Sofar Warsaw. Her incredible vocals are stacked with ‘70s vibes that give us that driving-highway-101-with-the-top-down feeling we didn’t know we needed.
After growing up in Baghdad, Iraq, Ahmed Moneka decided to bring his Arabic heritage to life with brilliant jazz melodies to form the six-piece band, Moneka Arabic Jazz. Their performance in Toronto was a small glimpse of the range and emotion this band gives to everything they do. Check them out!
Indian singer-songwriter Dhruv Visvanath continues to dazzle us with soft melodies and rich storytelling lyricism. With a cult following and and his thumb on the evolving indie-folk genre, this artist is going places and we’re ready to cheer him on along the way.
Adrian Galvin (aka Yoke Lore) has created quite the name for himself with his talent for layering banjo, percussion, and pop melodies together seamlessly. He’s gained recognition from record labels, had his songs licensed for Netflix and MTV, and most importantly, has kept making impressive music that pushes the boundaries of the Indie Pop world.