Irish indie-folk singer-songwriter Dylan Goff is a musician based in Vienna and has always been into writing songs, even at a young age. Growing up in Ireland, he was in various bands that were mostly rock and metal as a teenager.
After moving to Vienna at 20 years old, he played more acoustic music. After finishing his bachelor’s degree in forestry at BOKU university in Vienna, he felt he had the mental space to start writing music again and started to play live at small local music venues.
Dylan has recently played at the Volkstheater in Vienna this year and the World Food Forum run by the FAO in Rome last year. He champions these achievements by getting the word out about his previous two EPs.
In his mid-twenties, he decided to study Forestry at the BOKU university in Vienna. He took a break from music to study, as he didn’t have the mental energy to be creative. After ending his bachelor’s degree, he returned to make his second EP.
When not making music, he is an environmental scientist. He mainly does his work by studying the effects of climate change on forest soil.
Emmrose is a 19 year old singer songwriter who is native to New York City as a Groover Obsessions Artist. She additionally signed to Secret Road Music for sync licensing.
Her debut EP Hopeless Romantics was released one week before NYC went into the 2020 covid lockdown, and with all her shows canceled, she decided to perform weekly live streams from her home. During these live streams, she connected with thousands of people in the world who took refuge with her music.
After the release of her debut EP, Hopeless Romantics won Best Pop Album in the 2020 WAM Awards. “The Grass Was Greener” was placed on two Spotify Editorial playlists in May of 2020, the song was recorded and produced entirely remotely during the lockdown.
The song “Five Months” is synced to the opening scene of the indie film “Searching for the Wave”, and the single “Waitlisted” aired on MTV’s Teen Mom in November 2021.
Her songs are a personal and shameless invitation into her soul, which she is not afraid to show her true self to her loyal fan base. Her lyrics are personal poetry written out as stories of her life; the introspective and intense music brings you into the dream world of her loves, anxieties, and the personalities that have inspired her.
At 14 years old she began songwriting while bored in school to later find herself in NYC clubs on the weekends, and by May of 2020 her song “Tonight” exceeded 150k streams on Spotify.
Born and raised in San Francisco, TATE is a DJ and producer who blends electro house and pop trademarks with his multicultural upbringing & calling to build a platform for electronic music beyond the dance floor.
He grew up listening to Motown, disco, hip-hop, and rock. When he moved to MD, he discovered the “Now That’s What I Call Dance” compilation and “Dance Dance Revolution” at suburban arcades.
Now based in Hollywood, TATE has connected the dots and realized hip-hop and house were children of soul and the parents of the “producer/DJ”.
In October 22nd, “Heaven” was a dancepop hit, gaining attention on blogs & airwaves. His official remix for “Hero” by Empire’s Terrell Carter elevated Carter’s original message on American