Black Magic Piano – Jump Right In (Spotify)

“Black magic piano is the indipendently released debut album of the homonym group that creates a unique ambient through neoclassical approach to music. Jump right in is a beautifuly orchestrated track with deep warm vocals embelissed with piano and guitar solos”

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The first single from an independently released debut album. The visual album premiered on Amazon in October here: https://amzn.com/B08J1WW48C

DANIEL JONES – We’ve Been Here Before (Spotify)

“Despite all the restraints covid-19 imposed in 2020 Daniel Jones was determined to deliver his seven track album until the end of the year and he succeeded. We've been here before is an acoustic folk guitar solo of high caliber with warm vocals that will surely stir emotions”

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After being signed to a Parisian Music producer in November in 2019 but the project being put on pause, due to the COVID 19, Daniel started writing and using his time to write his first EP that will be released in September 2020, his first single Take Your Time was released in June 2020 the Old Home Town in July which both got Radio play in England and Daniel was interviewed by BBC RADIO for his track Old Home Town and showcased on London Hayes FM!
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Folkus – Blue (Spotify)

“Dylan James the singer and songwriter behinde Folkus is about to debut with an EP the forthcoming months and here with Blue is introducing us in an introvert folk journey with an acoustic ballad rich of deep beautiful tones and soul searching lyrics”

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The song speaks for itself, it was written in the drivers seat of a 2002 Toyota Echo!https://www.instagram.com/folkusmusic/

Kate Vogel – Rain (Spotify)

“A theme to see the good in other people like Rain does, washing the pain and hug whole world as rain does with no exceptions. Lot of goosepumbs through these amazing lyrics and ethereal voice of Kate Vogel.”

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Few words about Kate Vogel:Kate Vogel fell in love with storytelling lyrics at an early age. At 16, Vogel moved to Nashville, Tennessee and began co-writing, performing, and recording her first record. Not unlike many women before her, Vogel’s ambitions came to an abrupt halt when she fell victim to a predator in the industry, and subsequently stopped singing for 9 years.A decade later, on the coattails of the MeToo movement, Vogel found the strength to release her debut single, Reasons to Stay, a hopeful ballad born from her trauma and experience with suicide. Vogel confidently sings, in her steady soprano, “the beauty will outweigh the pain, we’ll all find a purpose one day.”Leaning on musicians from both the Pop and Americana worlds, the result is a beautiful hybrid of vulnerable singer-songwriter music with strong pop sensibilities. Raw and intimate, Vogel’s music captures the metamorphosis of unimaginable pain into the beauty of hope.“Kate Vogel has one of those rare voices that can make you truly feel the emotion of the lyrics without relying on vocal tricks... Call it Singer/Songwriter, Americana or simply Commercial music if you will but labels are unimportant when an artist can draw you in and immerse you in the feelings this well. ” — Travis Erwin (LA on Lock)

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