Artist News

Run River North x Phorus To Share "Monsters Calling Home" Video; On Tour Now

Los Angeles-based Run River North partnered with Phorus, a subsidiary of DTS, Inc. to share the official music video for “Monsters Calling Home” from their self-titled debut (out now via Nettwerk Records).

As the first company to bring to market a DTS Play-Fi enabled speaker, Phorus set a new standard in the audio industry by streaming lossless, high-quality audio from iOS, Android and Windows PCs, to multiple rooms or from multiple users, simultaneously using standard Wi-Fi. With the “Monsters Calling Home” music video, the company offers a first glimpse of their new Phorus PS5 Speaker in action.

Run River North deals with themes of hope, struggle and identity. As such, album track "Growing Up" is prominently featured in the Ron Howard produced film, The Good Lie, featuring Oscar-winning actress Reese Witherspoon (Out October 3).

Passenger Shares New Music Video For "27"

Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, has shared a new music video for fan favorite track “27” from his latest album, Whispers. Directed by James Lees (One Republic, Bloc Party), the video reflects the message of the song, staying true to yourself and persevering even when inundated with opinions and challenges. Watch it above or here:

Passenger saw career high chart debuts around the globe with the release of Whispers in June, landing at #12 on the Billboard 200, #1 on the Folk Albums chart, #5 on the Rock Albums chart here in the States. He wrapped his North American tour with 11 consecutive sell-outs, including LA’s The Wiltern, and will continue touring through Europe and the UK through the end of the year.

William Close To Release 'Holidays' Album (Out November 4)

Nettwerk recording artist William Close & The Earth Harp Collective – a team of musicians, dancers, aerialists and artists - will release Holidays on November 4. Installation artist, musician and America’s Got Talent finalist William Close has built over 100 one-of-a-kind musical instruments, including the world’s largest string instrument, The Earth Harp. “It’s an instrument unlike anything Bach or Beethoven could have ever imagined,” writes The New York Times.

The re-recorded album is a collection of holiday classics, now featuring guest performances from singer-songwriters Landon Pigg, Lily Kershaw and Gareth Dunlap. Pigg lends his voice on the inspired cover of Joni Mitchell’s “River.” No stranger to collaboration, Pigg has also contributed tracks for several soundtracks, including Shrek Forever After and Whip It, in which Pigg had a supporting role opposite Ellen Page. Also on the album, fellow Nettwerk artist Gareth Dunlap on “We Three Kings” and label-mate Lily Kershaw on “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” Kershaw, whose vocals transform this soulful holiday classic originally sung by Darlene Love, saw her own track “As It Seems” reach #1 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter Chart after being featured on CBS series, Criminal Minds.

Listen To “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)” Here:

Congratulations To ARIA Nominees Boy & Bear, Gossling & The Bamboos!


Nettwerk congratulates Boy & Bear, Gossling and The Bamboos on their 2014 ARIA Nominations. Boy & Bear, who are currently in the midst of their biggest North American headline tour to date, are nominated for "Best Australian Live Acts," which is decided by public vote. Gossling is nominated for "Best Adult Contemporary Album" for her latest album Harvest of Gold and The Bamboos are nominated for "Best Blues And Roots Album" for Fever In The Road All winners will be announced at The Star, Sydney on Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Morgan Page x DJ Carnage - "We Receive You" Feat. Candice Pillay

Acclaimed producer/DJ and Grammy nominee Morgan Page delivers a new original mix called “We Receive You.” Collaborating with audacious trapaholic producer DJ Carnage and South African songstress Candice Pillay, Page once again shows off his knack for fusing seductive vocals with progressive dance grooves to create big room electro.

Watch (and Share) The Official Lyric Video for "We Receive You"
Feat. Carnage and Candice Pillay:

Stay tuned in the coming weeks for big Morgan news.

New Signing: Bobs & LoLo

Nettwerk is pleased to announce the signing of Bobs & LoLo to its label and management roster. The Vancouver-based children’s music duo are prepping to release their brand new album Wave Your Antlers on November 4, 2014, featuring the instant children’s favorite ‘Chris Moose.

Bobs & LoLo are two-time Juno nominated singer-songwriters and the dynamic duo regularly spotted on Canada’s national preschool network, Treehouse TV in their upbeat, musical preschool series - Sing, Dance and Play with Bobs & LoLo. The Canadian pair is dedicated to connecting children to nature and healthy choices with music, movement and make-believe.

What began as a small collaboration in 2003 between childhood friends Robyn Hardy (Bobs) and Lorraine Pond (LoLo) has led to numerous awards including recognition from the Parents’ Choice Foundation, the Western Canadian Music Alliance and the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada in addition to the JUNO Awards (2012 and 2010 nominees.) Growing up together on Vancouver Island, Robyn and Lorraine have always shared a love of music, the outdoors and a passion for working with children.

Madi Diaz's 'Phantom' Exclusively Streaming On; Tour Launches September 30


“Rarely has an album about being knocked down by life sounded so attractively catchy...Glossy production nicely shapes Diaz' dance-music flecked songs, which throb with subterranean bass lines, ear-tickling refrains and her own genuine, no-frills vocals...a statement record that declares [Madi] as an artist of note.” -- KCRW

“Madi Diaz Writes The Most Danceable Break Up Record Ever” — LA Weekly

“Her best album yet - a raw, emotional journey that hits you in the proverbial gut." — Huffington Post

“Madi Diaz Shows Us How To Get Through A Shitty Break Up” – VICE’s Noisey

“’Stay Together’ does not disappoint, offering crisp melodies, gossamer synths and an explosively hooky chorus.” — CMJ

"‘Phantom' is one of the dance-while-you’re-mad, dance-while-you’re sad collections that sees the Berklee-educated, formerly Nashville-based singer-songwriter fully transitioning from folk to electro-pop. As evidenced by the irresistible single 'Stay Together,' it works.” —

In Case You Missed It: Passenger On CONAN

In case you missed it, Mike Rosenberg, aka Passenger, wrapped up his North American summer tour with a performance on CONAN, where he debuted new single "Heart's On Fire" from latest album Whispers. Watch the performance above and see the official video for "Heart's On Fire" below.

Current Swell Announce Fall Tour Dates


“Current Swell play solid feel good music” – Beatroute Magazine

“Current Swell knows how to put on one hell of a show… between lovely sway-worthy moments to hard-hitting rock tunes, there wasn’t a dull moment in the entire set.”
Music Vice

Victoria, BC’s Current Swell have announced a run of headline tour dates this fall, starting in London, Ontario on October 2 at Rum Runners and finishing at Sanctuary in Ridgeway, Ontario on October 24. A full list of dates is below.

Released on May 6 via Nettwerk Records, Current Swell’s latest album Ulysses landed at #1 on the Rock iTunes chart, #10 on the Alternative Albums Chart and reached a career high Top 50 debut on the Top 200 chart. The latest single “Rollin’” was recently the #1 most added track at Alternative Rock Radio and is now #24, in the competitive formats Top 30 chart.

Gossling Announces First U.S. Tour; Includes CMJ Music Marathon & Culture Collide Festival

"The singer-songwriter is a musical chameleon, who can churn hook-filled songs that sound like Lana Del Rey spent a lot of time listening to Coldplay…it's piano ballads with haunting melodies that will stick in your head for days." – TIME

“both dramatic and danceable” – New York Magazine

“Whatever pause this Australian's childlike voice gives you is almost immediately erased by the sophistication of what unfurls next. She's part Lykke Li, part Feist, and not an iota less interesting than either.”— Esquire

“A traditional pop sensibility structures elements of wandering, atmospheric electronica, while crescendos of rich instrumentation give the collection a classical touch. And then there’s Croome’s singular voice: Utterly sweet, but with the thick complexity of honey, rather than a childlike or cheeky bubblegum smack” – MTV World

“Melbourne’s Gossling is an act on the rise… Croome’s stunning vocals are placed on full display, backed perfectly with a rich, full musical arrangement which reveals a band at the top of their game” –
Indie Shuffle

Melbourne’s Gossling (aka Helen Croome) is set to make her North American debut with the release of Harvest Of Gold on September 23 (available HERE via Nettwerk Records). Croome’s voice has an extraordinary timbre and it’s this distinction that makes her instantly recognizable. Check out Gossling’s cover of “Riptide” by country-mate and friend, Vance Joy.

In support of the release, Croome will embark on her first proper tour of the states. Known for her enchanting live presence, dates will include a special show at Culture Collide in San Francisco and Los Angeles, before heading east for CMJ Music Marathon (dates below).

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