Said The Sky
Trevor Christensen has been a musician for 20 years, releasing triumphant electronic-pop as Said the Sky since 2014. Freshly signed to friend and collaborator Illenium’s Kasaya and 12Tone Music, he’s exploring his limitless potential, blending the lofty melodies of hits “Rush Over Me,” “All I Got” and “Where’d U Go” with the pop-punk energy of his youth.
He learned piano as a child and studied at Berklee College of Music. When he wasn’t in class, he was in his dorm watching videos about sound design. After two semesters, he moved back into his mom’s basement, got a full time job and two part-time gigs. Every spare second was spent crafting melody-driven electronic sing-alongs.
He met mixing and mastering engineer Chris Cox who introduced him to Nick Miller, aka ILLENIUM. They’ve shared massive hits and helped each other explore the frontier of live electronic performance. Christensen loves the feeling of being in a band, and warping the tremolo effect of his Fender Rhodes on stereo speakers installed in his closet, or sticking a microphone above the hammers to catch the mechanical sounds, he’s inspired to inject more of the ephemeral into his music.
“We Know Who We Are” with Olivver the Kid captures that with acoustic riffs, lilting piano and Kid’s specific storytelling. The two have worked on a slew of new songs, just part of the body of work Christensen is set to release. It’s a new chapter in an exciting story that is far from new but in so many ways has only just begun.
Midnight Kids rally around a youthful sentiment crafted by dreamers, believers and late night rebels. In a world that prides itself on being more connected than ever, the same cannot be said about its people who tuck their fears, doubts and insecurities under the covers. Midnight Kids are rewriting the script, encouraging people to be comfortable with their story. “We are all Midnight Kids. Let’s tell our story together.”
Kaivon has recently established his presence on the scene with his impromptu debut single releases all following a theme of "rebirth." Through these single releases, Kaivon aims to tell the story of how one can lose themselves over the course of their lives, and then be reborn into their true beings. Evidently, Kaivon's message has resonated with his audience as he has already garnered world-wide fans since he debuted this past year. Kaivon has emphasized that he only wants to put out solo originals for the time being because he wants his true, vulnerable self to be conveyed to the world. We all experience a point in our lives where we reevaluate everything we have done to that point and decide whether we continue this life, or we decide to be symbolically reborn into a new one. Kaivon has been reborn and wants to tell his story to the world through music. However, his main goal is to inspire you to be reborn into your true self in your own unique and spiritual way. "I want to make music that inspires people to be the true versions of themselves. That makes people feel feelings they have never felt before. To make people live in the present moment for just a second because those moments when we are all hand in hand and time stops... are the most beautiful sights I have ever seen." -Kaivon
Said The Sky
Playing piano and various instruments since the age of eight, Colorado native Trevor Christensen is coming forward with a fresh perspective on music. Bringing his melodic background and technical training into his music, he works to capture everything beautiful in what people know as EDM. His last 3 years have been devoted to his production, and bring the ideas build up in his head from his entire childhood to life. His music is, what he hopes it to be, an experience: A captivating blend of moving bass lines, and soaring melodies. This is nothing you want to miss.
SadBois are a NY EDM hybrid band whose sound is inspired by melodic bass, comprised of the support of rock-styled guitar leads. SadBois represent the image of the butterfly, symbolizing change and transformation, comfort, hope. Although the SadBois Project seems to have only set an appearance as early as late 2019, music has and continues to live through each member
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