The artist’s vocal performance has a wonderful warmth & strength to it. The song is well written with enough quirky, unique character to make it stand out.
Stone White puts every bit of heart & soul into his performances. His voice will carry you, his honesty & poetry will remind you of the things that matter.
The Jazz genre encompasses a wide array of music. Our’s is a mixture of weird soul, jazz & funk. We like to introduce ourselves as a gangster funk band.
Atmospheric, charismatic – instrumental music at its very best. A Latin rock backbone surrounded by Victor Samalot’s ever impressive guitar playing.
The song has a captivating delicacy, expressed almost as a whisper, with lyrics that consistently light up the concept & this feeling of quiet & calm.
Speaking up & speaking out – the cementing of historical shame. It’s a beautiful track in what it stands up for – it’s poignant, powerful.. unforgettable.
The freedom of it all is beautiful, plus the precision of the performances, the thoughtful nature of the structure – an original & impressive collection.
There is poetry & soul here, oceans of each – the genre of the music could be just about anything behind a force that fuses those two elements so intensely.
There’s an honesty about the song that is often more associated with folk music. The instrumentation is creatively interesting & appealing.
The musicality has been kept to a classic, nostalgic level – simplistic yet effective. A vintage approach fused with something fresh & greatly appealing.
The songs reflect genuine emotion alongside a pleasant & professional musicality. It’s an album you can refer back to again & again.
If you weren’t yet ready to sit back & enjoy a cosy evening by the fire with some mulled wine, you soon will be. A lovely way to kick off the season.