Former Artists



Dolltits is a riotgrrrl feminist acoustic pop band from NYC on a serious mission to dismantle the patriarchy. The ladies of Dolltits, Magie and Therina, were both victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. The band was formed shortly after the two friends confided in each other about their experiences and decided to write songs together as a form of therapy.

The band gave a voice to their deeply personal experiences and provided solace to them, while raising awareness toward issues close to their hearts. Their music is happily catchy, quirky, and filled with pop hooks that are cleverly juxtaposed with their heavy lyrical subject matter. Their lyrics tackle sexism, domestic abuse, sexual assault, misogyny, toxic masculinity, rape, depression, and body shame all while dressed up in candy coated acoustic pop songs. 

We released "Locker Room Talk" (audio track & video) to rave reviews in The NY Times, Inc. Magazine and more. 




Brooklyn-based singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist ÅMBE, creates a deft and entrancing electro-pop hybrid, masterfully blending her cascading layers of violin and piano, with hypnotic synths and minimalist beats. Her sensual vocals coalesce with evocative electronics. Her heartfelt songwriting and remarkable vocal range creates an unmistakably recognizable sound. 

In April 2017 ÅMBE released her debut EP “Enemy Of The People” on ADIM Records, along with a music video for the single “Of Your Crimes”. The EP was nominated by and was the recipient of The Independent Music Awards Dance-Electronica Category (2018). The EP brought ÅMBE quite a buzz and features in RIFF Magazine, SOM Magazine, Glamglare, “Wolf In A Suit” and “SBS” among many others. 
In March 2018 ÅMBE released “ACHE” - the first single from her upcoming album. 
ÅMBE also writes and produces songs for other recording artists in the US and all around the globe. Among other collaborations, ÅMBE has been recording and performing with Grammy-winning composer Fernando Otero, and was the featured vocalist on his Grammy-nominated “Ritual” album. She has performed in such venues as Rockwood Music Hall, Pianos, The Cutting Room, The Bowery Electric, Nublu, Bitter End, Berlin Bar, The Delancey and 92Y Tribeca among others.

Alan Goldsher


Today’s EDM scene is a melting pot of sounds, and bassist/producer Alan Goldsher is among the most qualified artists to meld classic jazz, EDM, electronica, funk & lounge music with modern dance grooves. And he’s done just that on his debut double- album, “The Pocket” and "The Other Pocket" a collection of funked-up grooves that run the stylistic gamut from hip-hop to house, from ambient to lounge.

A stalwart of the jazz/hip-hop movement of the 1990s, Alan performed with, among others, Janet Jackson, Questlove, Cypress Hill, Naughty By Nature, and Digable Planets. He was also the house bassist at the legendary New York club Giant Step, where he accompanied Grandmaster Flash, Maceo Parker, and Gang Starr.

As an author, Alan has written 14 books, including the bestselling Beatles/horror mashup “Paul Is Undead: The British Zombie Invasion” and the acclaimed jazz study, “Hard Bop Academy: The Sidemen of Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers.” 

Alan lives, writes, and makes music in Chicago.