Under The Covers is a game-changing new video series that showcases the very best, cutting edge artist from around the world in high quality audio and video experiences. It’s free to watch, is expertly curated and has already made stars of some fo the acts it has showcased. As we’re all stuck at home and live music remains on pause, there is no better way to scratch your itch for new music that via Under the Covers.
Pieter Schrevens hails from Belgium and makes looping videos of his favourite indie artists such as Tame Impala and Unknown Mortal Orchestra. He plays a part on a guitar, keyboard and drums, often all in the same song, and strips tunes down to their most emotive essentials. His voice is buttery smooth and that come over on his cover of Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s ‘Hunnybee.’
Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Hunnybee – Cover by Pieter Schrevens
Youngr is a multifaceted talent whose recent performance was a real masterclass. He covered a big Caribou tune and played the keys, guitar, drums, and various music production tools all while singing live from his home studio. It’s as mesmeric performance for sure.
A guitarist at heart, Firas is a 21 year old producer from Beirut who is also studying for a degree in engineering. He is working on his first album and fusing jazz hop and ambient electronic, but recently covered Kendrick Lamar ft SZA in fine fashion.
Kendrick Lamar ft. SZA – All The Stars – Cover by Firas Farah (Lebanon)
Tina Brown Africa
Born Tina Brown in Surulere in Lagos State, Nigeria Tina is the newest, most trailblazing Afro artist in Ghana and is poised to take the world by storm. She is fluent and sings in English Yoruba as well as a laid of other languages and her sounds span Afropop, AfroBeats and AfroDanceHall. Her cover of dvsn ft. Popcaan’s ‘So What’ is sure to win you over.
dvsn ft Popcaan cover by Tina Brown Africa – So What
Apollo Mighty is an r&b and soul star on the rise who hails from Chicago. He’s always loved music and has been described as “a mix of John Legend and Kid Cudi” and “The Weeknd meets Frank Ocean”. We don’t disagree and you won’t once you’ve heard his cover of Little Dragon’s ‘Another Lover’.