SAVE THE DATE! After a 90-day successful trial run on LUM, several of our artists' debut EP will be officially released this Spring.
Alt-Pop, Synth-Pop, Avantgarde
Jayce’s music is an original synthesis between a sad boi ethos expressed in heart wrenching vocals overlaying cinematic musical arrangements, all filtered through a non-binary gender identity. Jayce got their start while singing in school musicals, when they attracted the attention of a music teacher who guided their formal vocal training. Upon emerging unscathed from a teenage identity crisis, Jayce embarked on a journey of self-discovery that took them across four continents and led to them becoming fluent in Mandarin… Eventually, they wound up in Los Angeles to pursue a career in music. Currently, Jayce is recording their first album.
B Zaro is a LA-based rapper, singer, and songwriter of Black and Korean descent. After losing his father at the age of nine, B Zaro’s teenage years were marked by a sense of alienation and bouts of depression. At the age of eighteen, he enlisted in the US Navy and got deployed to Okinawa where his passion for rap only deepened. After releasing his first mixtape on SoundCloud, he performed small shows across Okinawa. In 2016, upon exiting the US Navy, he moved to LA. These days, B Zaro sits on a trove of unreleased tracks that blend multiple genres in a very idiosyncratic manner. By mixing the screamo accents of punk with the rage-filled rap delivery reminiscing of Fort Minor and Machine Gun Kelly, B Zaro creates bizarre mashups of lyrical intrigue and raw emotion.
Hip-Hop, Trap-Emo, Rap
At the age of nine, Cam recorded his very first album using his family computer’s built-in voice recorder: a 5-song acapella rap album about baseball. The album received critical acclaim from his parents, but Cam was not satisfied. To hone his musical prowess (and to impress the girls) he learned to play the trumpet in the middle school’s jazz band, and at the age of sixteen, he discovered the instrument that would change his life: the electric guitar. Later on, he became proficient playing bass, keyboard, ukulele, harmonica, and the tambourine. As a multi-instrumentalist, Cam has written, recorded, and produced several concept albums containing songs of defiance, mental illness, substance abuse, as well as social commentary, interwoven to narrate the struggles of a young man trying to make that nine year old at the computer proud.
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