”I think it's amazing that you could now bring the live sound in your room just listening to it and be able to feel the live, you know, ambience and acoustics with it. And I think it's very important that it's delivered well, so that the audience could not necessarily have to be at the place, but we could deliver that anytime, anywhere." -Katie

Sam Fischer

"Right before I went into vocal with song, called Carry it Well, I got a phone call that was like the end of this 10 year journey for me. I was living the song and the emotion that came out with my voice is just unlike anything I could ever recreate...DISCOVER TRUE SOUND"

An Australian singer-songwriter best known for his breakout hit “This City”. Written while Sam was struggling to make it as a musician in Los Angeles, “This City” became a worldwide success with over 200 million streams and more than a billion views. His emotive new track ‘Carry It Well’ focusses on mental health and the famous phrase ‘just because I carry it well, doesn’t mean it isn’t heavy’.

Jordan Hawkins

"Lyrics and vocals kind of really go hand in hand. How you use your voice, the inflections you choose more strongly convey that emotion...DISCOVER TRUE SOUND"

Born in Greensboro, North Carolina and raised in the church choir, he hit his stride when he picked up a guitar in middle school. Just as he began performing solos at church, he started exploring Rock & Roll thanks to an electric guitar he got from his grandfather. At just 24 years old Jordan Hawkins found his sound and his community. Inspired by true performers like Prince, Jimi Hendrix, and John Mayer he brings his own magic to the guitar.

Jas Kayser

"It's just like kind of like a chaotic cymbal sound in a way, but it's definitely creates like bigger energy, I guess. You can really dictate the vibe...DISCOVER TRUE SOUND"

The prolific 26-year-old Yamaha artist is winning an international following thanks to her eclectic adventures in sound which have taken her to Panama, Boston, and the heart of the exciting London scene, where she is now based. Besides having her own band "Jas Kayser & Chums", Jas plays along other international artists like @jorjasmith_ and @alfamist. An alumni of the prestigious Berklee College of Music, Jas has found herself playing alongside many of her mentors, steadily carving out her own niche, with a little help from an ever-expanding collective of musical ‘chums’.

Gemma Griffiths

"Growing up in Zimbabwe, a lot of the influences that I had were the sungura grates, and singora is a very guitar heavy and rhythm heavy instrumental, heavy type of music to be able to create a mood is something that I spend a lot of time thinking on...DISCOVER TRUE SOUND."

A household name in her home country with 4 x ZIMA’s (Zimbabwe Music Award) under her belt, she also counts another two awards from one of the Southern African country’s top radio stations - Star FM & a string of nominations for the prestigious MAMA’s (MTV Africa) and Afrimma Awards. Gemma, who grew up in Harare, Zimbabwe’s vibrant capital, has been putting in the work and her passion for her country, energy, and rhythm remain the driving force of her work.


"There's a lot of thought and effort going into a song, creating a song, because even with my voice I could choose to use how much air in my voice and what kind of pitch I'm gonna use...DISCOVER TRUE SOUND."

Born in Korea and raised in the United States, KATIE is a rising international R&B and pop sensation. KATIE made her debut in 2018 with her hit single “Remember,” a part of her debut LOG EP. Her early success was “no small feat for essentially a debut artist navigating the complexities of a multicultural international pop crossover.” With a strong global fan base and early nods from the likes of Billboard, Pitchfork and Forbes, KATIE’s received overwhelming support as she carved out her discography.