Musician Tommy Richman blends music genres based on feeling and impulse; his vocals come from the heart, not pen and paper. As a DIY artist, several of Tommy’s songs have streamed into the millions, including the warm and lush melody of “ELECTRIFY TONIGHT,” the punchy “Games,” and the frantic glitchiness of “Chrono Trigger.” His diverse catalog reflects a broad scope of abilities and moods. “I feel like I switch up my style every four months,” Tommy notes. The artist does not overthink his direction or classification. Instead, he creates from the heart with intention and care. That authenticity attracted multi-platinum artist Brent Faiyaz, whose new imprint, ISO Supremacy, now backs Tommy along with PULSE Records. That partnership unfolds with the two artists touring together and releasing Tommy’s EP, THE RUSH.
Named after the famed Mötley Crüe drummer, Tommy seemed destined for music. He grew up just 30 minutes outside Washington, D.C., in Woodbridge, Virginia. Deeply rooted in his local music community, Tommy Richman took a risk. In early 2022, he relocated to Los Angeles. The move changed his life. There, he recorded “Games” and mynameisntjmack collaboration “BUNKER/PREROLL” songs garnering millions of listens. Brent’s team heard and presented this music, leading to Tommy's signing. THE RUSH shows range, depth, and emotion. “I mix genres of music, but I make it make sense with a great curated experience.”
Dori is a Nashville-based indie/alternative singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist originally hailing from Amarillo, TX. Currently finishing her debut body of work with critically acclaimed producer Tony Berg, Dori is poised to become one of indie music’s brightest up-and-coming stars.