Posts tagged "R&B"

Q+A: Five Minutes With Davis Caruso

  Soulful Michigan based R&B singer Davis Caruso released his new single ‘REGGAE IN AN ICESTORM’ on the 22nd of September via MICHIGROWN. The experimental American singer-songwriter has built up an extensive catalog of self-written music, and has performed primarily as a busker on the streets of Ann Arbor and

Art can come from anywhere. A wealthy neighbourhood. A run-down household. Sometimes, musicians rise from formal fields of study. And Amber Jones is one such artist. As a nurse, she helps others through her efforts, and as a musician, she hopes to do the same, while simultaneously fulfilling her deep

American singer Klay Cartier is difficult to categorise. His music spans from the warm, romantic notes of R&B to the brash, thrashing grit of rock. Delving into new territory, his latest release, ‘Good For Nothin’’, is precisely a combination of these elements. Listening to the way he hum-sings over the

Gowned in an oversized Kimono, wearing the war paint of a warrior, KID BE KID confronts what it means to live in a technologically-obsessed, image-fixated, exhibitionist environment that is the internet, or more broadly speaking, the modern world. And she does so in 10 beat-focused tracks, which she has compiled

From blue-eyed soul to bassy heavy disco-house, these are the tracks you need to hear this week. Check them out below.    Nicky Romero, Jonas Blue, Nico Santos – All You Need Is Love The latest single from superstar producer Nicky Romero is a collaboration with Jonas Blue and Nico

SBTRKT and Sampha go way back. The English producer and South London songwriter have a history that extends over a decade back, with Sampha serving as a particularly essential presence on SBTRKT’s eponymous debut album twelve years ago. The collaborators reunite on L.F.O, the latest single from SBTRKT’s upcoming album

On the striking cover of her new album, Raven, the face of Ethiopian-American singer Kelela emerges from the depths of a restless, mercurial sea. Both her and the waters surrounding her are the colour of onyx, raven black, making it unclear where one ends and the other begins. It’s an

If anyone over the past year can truly claim the title of ‘viral sensation,’ it’s the UK’s PinkPantheress. The alt-pop singer’s quick, energetic tracks may be programmed for the algorithm that thrust her into the cultural conversation, but it’s her undeniable talent that has made her a part of discourse.

From ambient soundscapes to unexpected remixes, we roundup our favourite releases of the week. Listen below. Follow our Roundup Selections playlist on Spotify to stay updated on what we have on repeat.   Nakhane – My Ma Was Good The latest single from Nakhane’s upcoming EP, Leading Lines, continues their

When Canadian record producer Kaytranada walked away with the Grammy for Best Dance / Electronic Album in 2021, it felt like the beginning of a process of reclamation that would see house and dance music return to the hands of its Black pioneers. To this, Kaytranada is essential. His music

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