Elise’s softly confident guidance throughout the intimate listing format and seductive melody works well to really elevate the whole single.
Soul-funk and immediate positivity in both subject and style – Shep Eppinger works hard to uplift and inspire listeners, with the fearlessly hopeful and inescapably catchy It’s Gonna Be Alright.
Impressively introduced by the one and only Ne-Yo, Doc Martin takes on the classic soul of RnB with this seductive and intimate new groove.
Vintage escapism with contemporary stylings – this collaborative release sets the mood and calms the soul as its jazz-kissed, hypnotic intricacies slowly pour through.
EVOK was born of a shared passion for and vast experience with music in its many forms, and the tracks on this debut reflect that connection and love for the process perfectly well.
The very essence of the song is held up unquestionably by the genuine connection of each artist to the subject matter and the music.
Slowly but surely, the imagery and the implications offer a powerful hit of escapism – an appropriate response considering the personal lyrical journey towards the hypnotic repeat of ‘I’m on the moon’.
Their unique blending of vocal layers and the three sounds and personalities combined makes for a truly fresh and soulful approach to modern pop.
Tony Amey brings the good vibes aplenty with this organic soul-funk celebration of life – G.O.O.D lights up the room with ease and showcases an artist at the top of his game.
The whole thing is incredibly unique, seemingly raw at first and minimalist before exploding into its final engagement of elements.
Big-band vibes led by warm rhythms and layers of sax guide us into a smoky RnB single from long-time songwriter Eli Purks.
An inspiring new single, with a timeless air of yesteryear about it that’s comforting in its minimalism and production.