Petite Celine is a Franco-American Fusion-Pop artist based in Brooklyn: If Sia, No Doubt, and Glasser went traveling around the world together. As a native New Yorker growing up between two countries, a very petite Celine noticed some pretty big differences in the music that got airplay internationally. French radio aired a diverse selection of music, featuring various languages and cultures - exciting Celine, a multi-linguist herself - while US radio cemented her love for American Pop. While writing and playing music had always a part of her growing up, it wasn't until college, when Celine found herself homeless and busking on the streets of Lower Manhattan, that she discovered the power music has to bring people together from all walks of life. Today, her mission, a Petite World, is about celebrating culture from around the globe and building bridges not borders. Petite Celine's sound is fueled by fusion and uplifted by a love for pop. This can be heard in a variety of collaborations with songwriters & producers world wide, and most notably on the newly released World Pop album, Man Made Fire, which incorporates several languages and musical influences.
Dream Folk duo Wolf & Moon are modern day storytelling nomads and just released their debut album ‘Before It Gets Dark’. Wolf & Moon’s music lives of the dichotomy of their voices and marries dreamy indie folk with electronic elements that invites you to slow dancing and day dreaming. Somewhere between the folky sound of Angus & Julia Stone and the electronic influences of The XX, you can find the resonance of Wolf & Moon. Wolf & Moon is the longing for adventure and travel. That is why you can only find them using a minimal set up which they can easily take on a road trip. A travel guitar, a drum computer and a mini casio keyboard plus their distinctive voices, that is all it needs to get you into the vibe of Wolf & Moon; traveling duo making folky pop with electronic sprinkles.