From the bottom of the globe hours from me is a smooth songstress named Airling. This Australian looks like your girl-next-door until she her voicebox begins to release hypnotizing and soothing sounds. She came out with a project last year but right now we are talking about “Stallin”, a song about letting go of her boyfriend.
“I’ve been listening to quite a bit of RnB goddesses like Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, even Beyonce… I just really wanted to get away from the electronic pop side of things and do something really truly sexy and a bit ’90s RnB,” she told triple j.
I just heard this Australian singer/songwriter via our StackorStarve Instagram while doing some social promotions. At Female Flow we give everyone a chance (a listen) which is one of the codes we work by. You just never know who you will find while exploring online. From the looks of her online presence she is just getting started with her music but her single, “Love & Psycho” which is available for download on iTunes is a pop track about mixing her relationship. Love can make you a little crazy, right? Mel Smith has been writing since she was as young as 11 years old as well as tackling some covers and we look forward to hearing her original material. Check her out and let us know what you think? @FemaleFlowMusic & follow her on Facebook!
Alli Simpson has been counting numbers as she has reached over 15M views on her youtube and currently has 1.2M Twitter followers. It’s crazy that we are just now hearing this 15 year old Australian, now living in LA, who tries to get her love interests attention in the video of “Notice Me”. This singer, actress and model enjoys swimming, styling (she regularly blogs about fashion), dancing and going to the beach while saying in her bio,
“Life is too short to not do what you love, so make sure you live life to its full potential. My brother, Cody, simply says, “No Worries,” and I really admire his outlook on life. Life is a beautiful thing, so go and live it up! Step out into this world with confidence and treasure yourself.”