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Total music posts:2,578 Total artist interviews:111

Neoclassical Pop Jazz World Music House Electronica Psychill Psytrance Techno Blogwave Rock Hip‑Hop

Total music posts:2,578
Total artist interviews:111

Demi Grace – Alarm (Spotify)

“In -Alarm- Grace managed to convey to the listeners what she wanted; Bright sound palette, emotional and lyrical vocal part. We recommend this to all lovers of neo-soul sound. A gorgeous musical dish seasoned with extravagant and light charm of originality.”

“В -Alarm- музыкантам удалось то, что хотели донести до слушателей. Яркая звуковая палитра, эмоциональная и лирическая вокальная партия. Советуем всем любителям neo-soul звучания, шикарное музыкальное блюдо приправленное экстравагантностью и лёгким шармом самобытности.”

-Nagamag.com

“Alarm” is beautiful and soothing fusion of r&b, jazz and neo-soul with a lyrical message about visibility and being heard the first time.

demigrace.com/

Grace Abidemi Ayorinde (known as Demi Grace) is a Nigerian singer and model born in Manor Park, London. After moving to California at age six, most of her childhood was spent in the SF Bay Area where she grew up listening to everything from gospel to garage rock. The diversity of London and California shaped Demi's early perspective on music and ultimately created her dance-pop sound. Her biggest inspiration and influence comes from Janet Jackson and Missy Elliot. Grace made her debut in 2012 with her self-released single "Want You" which gained airplay in both Brazil and the US. This traction led to a distribution deal with Hitman Records (an indie label partnered with Universal Music Group Canada) under which she released her first studio album Forward Movement Only (FMO). The album was created with notable producers such as Lovy Longomba (Iggy Azaelea, K. Michelle, Tinie Tempah). Grace's music has gained attention in the UK, Africa and the US. In 2016, “We Are Not Alone feat. Kimmy” (FMO) was placed in MTV’s The Real World Television Series and featured in the season's Spotify playlist "Go Big or Go Home". “Want You” (FMO) placed in the 2015 film Phantom Halo (starring X-Men actress Rebecca Romijn). She has performed as a back up dancer with Beyonce and made history as the first woman with dreadlocks in a major hair care ad campaign. Demi Grace continues to push boundaries in her music by fusing different styles of music with dance-pop and gives her fans music to move to.

instagram.com/iamdemigrace

Lenci – Wildflower (Spotify)

LHĒON – I Hate The Way That I Love You (Spotify)

“-I Hate The Way That I Love You- was produced as very atmospheric, regarding the whole composition and its mood. There is a clear feeling that the author introduces her listener into a strong conceptual canvas. -Lhēon- vocals sound organically in the frame of the musical concept invented by her.”

“-I Hate The Way That I Love You- выдался весьма атмосферным, как по композиции в целом, так и по настроению. Создаётся явное ощущение, что автор вводит своего слушателя в сильное концептуальное полотно. Вокал -LHĒON- органично звучит в рамках придуманной автором музыкальной концепции.”

-Nagamag.com

Sweedish born, Melbourne based Neo-Soul singer-songwriter LHĒON has unveiled her brand new track, “I Hate The Way That I Love You”. Fiercely powerful, LHĒON is reaching new heights with her latest funk-tinged offering.

In striking contrast to her previous releases, the electrifying “I Hate The Way That I Love You” is jam packed with a stylish Motown inspired soundscape, topped off by the endlessly powerful and distinctive vocals of LHĒON. Written and produced by Lee Bradshaw, LHĒON brings her commanding presence to the expertly written track. Led by the constant drum beat, sassy hooks and a groove fuelled organ instrumentation, the vibrant anthemic nature of this offering has culminates in a punchy and exhilarating listen.

When asked about her new release LHĒON shared:

“IHTWILY is about the conflicting feelings of knowing someone is bad for you but still being unable to let go.”

Often compared to Adele, LHĒON’s unrelenting talent for conveying the most delicate of emotions in the most relatable yet aspirational way is what has helped her stand out. After the warm welcome to her debut EP, Full Disclosure Pt. I, and the release of the unforgettable “elique” and “pretend”, “I Hate The Way That I Love You” marks the beginning of a new sound with a new EP, Full Disclosure Pt. II.

www.facebook.com/iam.lheon
www.instagram.com/iam.lheon/
twitter.com/iamlheon

Joy Frost – Do What You Love (Video)

“Balance as a source of life, being in a forgotten and immersed in an incredibly malleable and penetrating musical world of -Do What You Love-. It makes a strong impression. Not so much for its charming lyrics as for the overall sound approach.”

“Баланс, как источник жизни, оказавшись в котором забываешься и погружаешься в невероятно тягучий и пронизывающий музыкальный мир композиции -Do What You Love-. Производит очень сильное впечатление. Не столько своей очаровательной лирикой, сколько подходом к звуку в целом.”

-Nagamag.com

Artist said about this song: “This is a song about what it’s really like doing what you love, the good and the bad. It was inspired by carrying my heavy gear everywhere as a busker in Dublin”

www.joyfrost.com
www.facebook.com/joyfrostmusic
www.instagram.com/joyfrostmusic/
twitter.com/joyfrost

Sargeant X Comrade – Beautiful (Video)

“Essentially, a combination of art, music & poetry in a YouTube video format, Sargeant X Comrade, ‘Beautiful’ delivers a soulful & melodic lead vocal over a simple guitar scat chordal pattern, soft percussion that in parts is reminiscent of Jimi Hendrix ‘Little Wing’ There are some interesting vocal harmonies and drop-in’s that really enhance the track.”

-Nagamag.com

Another art video from the Lo fi soul group Sargeant X Comrade. Beautiful is an attempt at conveying the feeling of falling in love through a visual narrative. Taking the “falling” part literal the video blurs the line between reality and fantasy. Reminiscent of a painting done in a contemporary fashion using video techniques instead of the traditional oils and canvas, Beautiful by Sargeant X Comrade combines art, music and poetry into one.

www.facebook.com/SargeantAndComrade/
www.instagram.com/sargeantandcomrade

Jay Marwaha – Free Of Inhibition (Spotify)

“Many independent musicians and composers wish to have a sound of this class in their discography. Work with vocals, professional sound arrangement and special atmosphere for everyone who does not spend a day without neo-soul and R & B.”

“Многие независимые музыканты и композиторы желают иметь в своей дискографии звук подобного класса. Профессиональная аранжировка, работа с вокалом и особое настроение для каждого, кто не проводит и дня без neo-soul и R&B.”

-Nagamag.com

www.instagram.com/jaymarwaha/

Free of Inhibition is explosion of funk sounds and empowering writing, released by RTGAM.

Luke Kohen – This day was made for you (Spotify)

“Minimalistic, sedative sound that gives greater integrity to this creation. Shocking background ambient synths and paralyzing vocals from -Luke Kohen-.”

“Минималистичное, седативное звучание, придаёт большую целостность этому творению. Глубокие ударные, фоновые эмбиент-синтезаторы и парализующий вокал -Luke Kohen-.”

-Nagamag.com

Luke Kohen has given us a wonderful gift to start out 2021 right.

His new single “This day was made for you” is for sure to become an anthem for thousands of entrepreneurs, artists and go-getters out there.

This is a “Crush your day” so you can crush your year kind of song.

Luke Kohen has a mastery in bringing super positive energy and messaging without being cliche, preachy or cheesy.

This neo-soul hip-hop fusion integrates smooth hooks, a dope beat, harmonies and raps that uplift your spirits. It will smooth out the wrinkles of 2020 and get your in the mood to rock your purpose.

Seriously. This song is the equivelent of benevolent bulletproof coffee mixed with tonic herbs for those dedicated to their mission.

Give yourself this gift. Start you day with this one.

www.instagram.com/lukekohen/
lukekohen.com/

Taki Brano, Dan Pomfret – In The Kitchen (Spotify)

“Out of the ordinary Hip-Hop collaborative work with excellent organized ideas. Natural sound samples, carefully selected and transformed into basic track elements. We rarely find something similar in music and the stunning result is "In The Kitchen".”

-Nagamag.com

Everyrthing made from scratch for this song and you can watch the insights here: youtu.be/CQUSUaA5BTw .
Everything from the drum one shots to the riffs were created from household items and instruments and edited / sound designed to how they sound now.

www.instagram.com/takibrano

Ark Woods, RUSL – Slide On You (Spotify)

“Carefully made vibe that targets the Hip-Hop audience and brings fresh air to the scene. The artist proves his own style and talent using high quality sound elements and lyrics describing different aspects of life. "Slide On You" is a bomb you must listen.”

-Nagamag.com

www.instagram.com/arkwoodsofficial

Ark Woods’ music is affecting, funky, and infinitely memorable. His lyrics present an unflinching account of his experiences and beliefs, covering everything from social anxiety and depression, to love and commitment, to domestic violence, police brutality, and the Black Lives Matter movement. His sound is his own and ‘a stunning combination of funk and hip-hop that will continue to set him apart and elevate his profile with each release. With an ear for groovy instrumentals and impressive flows, he makes putting together high-quality music seem easy’ (Ones To Watch)...

www.instagram.com/ruslmusic/

Congregation – The War (Spotify)

“Rhythmic work with '70s style. Distinct bright guitars, powerful drum sound and expressive soloists in the mood of neo-soul and funk. Don't miss it.”

“Ритмичное произведение в стилистике 70-ых годов, с яркими гитарными партиями, мощной драм-секцией и выразительным исполнением солистов в жанре neo-soul и funk. ”

-Nagamag.com

Every human confronts their own personal conflict around temptation - to drive too fast, drink too much, shop and spend too much, to stay at a party too long, too over-eat, to consider cheating on a partner - to take chances that we know are likely more bad for us than good. "The War" tackles this topic by illustrating two characters who run out on their obligations and resolves in a chorus that expands the theme of temptation to be everyone's fight - Everybody Fights The War.

www.instagram.com/congregationdc

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