Posts tagged "multi-instrumentalist"

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  We recently spoke to multi-instrumentalist after the announcement of his debut single ‘Play It Cool’, released on the 1st of September 2023. Inspired by early Tame Impala sounds, it’s a superbly delectable slice of psychedelic rock. With its distorted, heavily compressed guitar and drums and washed out vocals, it’s a retro feeling

When electronic music composer Nicolás Jaar and jazz multi-instrumentalist Dave Harrington unleashed their collaborative project Darkside onto the world in 2013, they changed the game. It was the sort of musical meeting of minds that felt entirely serendipitous and to this effect, a bit precious. The fuzzy psych rock of

Image by Estudio Primo The arc suggested by French electronic ambient composer and multi-instrumentalist Colleen’s latest offering, The Tunnel and the Clearing, is simple. It is a journey from darkness to light, from one opening to the next. However, Colleen’s invocation of this journey takes what is otherwise a linear

    Photography credit: Daniel Blenman London music fanatic, label head, and musician Zeb Samuels has officially released his new EP Vibration Exploration. The EP features a stellar team with Marc Cyril (who has worked with Joss Stone and Keziah Jones) on bass, Byron Wallen (previously worked alongside George Benson, Chaka Khan

A traveller at heart, Kayobe is currently based in Toronto, Canada however, he has previously lived near Victoria Park in East London, working out of a studio in Hackney and traveled to over 25 different countries (including Peru, Spain, Colombia, USA Panama, and Nicaragua) while writing and collecting influences for

Matthew Pena aka Frythm is a multi-instrumentalist originally from El Paso in Texas, but is currently based in Los-Angeles. He premiered his song titled ‘Colors’ via This Song Is Sick. The song is directly off of his upcoming album release titled Flow(15 May 2020) via SXN (a.k.a soulfulxnature). The music

Ben McKelvey has recently released his folk-rock track ‘Wild Child’, with an accompanying video. The Brighton-based multi-instrumentalist has performed across the USA, the UK and Europe in venues such as The Royal Albert Hall, the O2 Arena and the London Palladium, providing support for Wet Wet Wet in 17 arenas,

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