Nashville’s John-Luke Carter, aka Mokita, is a singer/songwriter/producer known for his lyrical and buoyant electronic-based pop. Carter was classically trained in piano in his youth and first started performing in his church. Later, he taught himself to play guitar and eventually transitioned into electronic music production where he has since worked on music with Kina, Dabin, Ella Vos, Stand Atlantic, American Football, GOLDHOUSE, Luca Schreiner, Slenderbodies, Don Diablo, R3HAB, Sarah Reeves, Lost Frequencies, Gavin Haley and more. To date, his catalog has 400+ Million Streams on Spotify alone and 12.9 Million streams on Apple Music. For some artists, music might be an exercise in aesthetics, written emotionally guarded at arm’s length, or from the perspective of another. But for artists like Nashville’s Mokita, it’s an unrelentingly honest, deeply personal, unwaveringly confessional form of expression, an outlet to tackle the sincerest of subjects many songwriters are all-too-often afraid to address with such candor, in a style that bridges Mokita’s classical training and singer-songwriter upbringing with his work as a producer and a penchant for crafting layered and atmospheric modern electro-pop. With press support from Fault Magazine, Billboard, Wonderland Magazine, Ones To Watch and many others, Mokita is certainly an act to keep an eye on for the rest of 2021 and beyond.
His latest offering “Clear Eyes” is another lush combination of Pop and Electronic sounds that show off his songwriting and lyrical ability as a rising talent on the scene who continues to turn head
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