Canadian Indie Folk gems Campfire Sigh light up the room in an instant, with the multi-layered harmonies and soulful organic embrace of their latest EP Mother Brown & Other Assorted Chestnuts.
Armed with the brand new album Breakout II, genre-fusing songwriter, artist and Christian Deejay Wells kindly took part in an interview. We talk creativity, vocal strength and training, inspiration and intentions, plus much more. Here’s the conversation in full. Hey Deejay – great to chat, thanks for the opportunity. For those new to your music … Continued
Translating to Mother of Mankind, or Garden of Eden, ALKEBULAN is thought to be the ancient and indigenous name of Africa prior to its colonization. This album celebrates homecoming and ancestral connection.
“I grew up in church, my family was always in the worship team and so they were the main musical influences in developing this style and all the styles of music that I do is just creativity, and trying new things.”
Recently released as a deluxe version with 11 tracks in total, Homebound features the likes of an infectious and impressive Overtime, and proceeds to keep things stylish and versatile throughout.
Featuring an impressively vast 127 voices from 15 different nations, Sing In Unity is a huge project but with a notably accessible, musically-minded simplicity at its core.
Organic warmth and classically soulful, Gospel-esque vocals introduce the increasingly passionate new single A Christmas Letter, from producer and songwriter Aria.
Breathtaking design and performance unite to stunning results, as this new releases undeniably showcases the strength of creative collaboration.
The Truth is everything its title implies, softly calling out on behalf of the highs and lows of human struggle, whilst providing an alluring and emotive place to escape from it all for a while.
Deeply moving and mighty vocals unite for this gospel meets soul-rock single from Collaborations.
Retro electro keys and nostalgic funk rhythms elevate the warmth and melodic embrace of Keicon’s latest EP.
Formed in 2012, Proclaim Music comes from the Miracle Center Cathedral of Kampala, Uganda, and celebrates faith in a refreshingly contemporary, organic and soulful manner.