NINA is an Australian electra/pop artist currently residing in Boston. With her down-to-earth charisma and engaging stage presence, NINA’s live set boasts of her passion for music and love for her audience. Not to mention, her quirky and entertaining attitude goes hand in hand with her honest lyrics and melodic songwriting.
Harry Jay is the living definition of Red Hot: a saucy songwriter with a fiery stage presence, unique fashion sense, 4+ octave vocal range, and a knack for writing burning hot hooks. He embarked on two east coast headlining tours, selling out shows in Washington DC, Boston, and Maine, and garnering critical acclaim at each stop, being dubbed “A musical lovechild of Steely Dan and Jamiroquai" by Earbits Radio's Dave Sorrendino, as well as “Effortlessly Cool,” by Atwood Magazine’s Kaitlyn Zorilla. Harry Jay’s music has been described as explosive, exciting, and memorable by those who have seen him live, and in the words of WEMF DJ Ryan Carroll: “He’s damn good!”
Salem is an alt pop artist from San Francisco, California that pulls inspiration from the likes of Billie Eilish and Lorde. During her time at Berklee thus far, Salem has released a song called “Awake,” which she wrote as a tribute to the Parkland shooting victims. The song won Berklee’s “Songs for Social Change” songwriting competition, and has also been featured on WBUR and KCRW radio. She has traveled to China’s Sony ATV Publishing for her writing, and has partnered with companies like AwesomenessTV and Hollister. Salem is now working on an EP set to be released Fall 2018.