Elissa Mielke's new EP Mouse follows acclaim from Pitchfork who called her voice "oceanic.. an immense ocean of an instrument, as complex in its sweetness as raw honey" and Rolling Stone: "Mielke keeps her arrangements sparse, utilizing mostly piano and guitar... allowing her dominant instrument — that richly textured voice that can evoke love, heartbreak, and nostalgia — to take the spotlight."
With a style reminiscent of strong women like Tori Amos, Lucinda Williams, and Carole King, she's taking things up a level with her new EP Mouse.
Benja blends bedroom-infused indiepop with the soulful production of R&B. Like the best of eclectic visions, the Toronto-based guitarist pulls from a variety of sourcebooks. Benja’s dexterity takes many forms: he’s backed up Bad Bad Not Good & Jonah Yano and his own EP is out soon.