The kind of song that will easily suit the moment of reintroduction – that day when we are finally able to meet up in groups and celebrate our freedom and overcoming.
Focused on taking full advantage of the chance to use your voice, For The People takes a soulful and funk-kissed route towards motivating people to take action and vote.
Climate Change (I Wonder) intrigues from the offset for the sheer clarity and soul of the sound, yet it goes on to envelop listeners in a wholly rhythmic, increasingly inviting groove and mood.
Undoubtedly an artist at the top of her game, and the perfect vocalist to offer up such a relevant & heartfelt hit of songwriting.
Simple production accompanies an almost acoustic performance of piano and vocals from soul singer and pop songwriter Josephine Okujeni.
“I hope to bring integrity, self- empowerment, and consultation for those who will come after me, giving them tools that could hopefully make their path a little smoother.”
Smooth and soulful vocals lead us through a Gospel-soaked vocal ambiance, complete with thoughtful, heartfelt and poetic lyrics, as Jawan’s new EP Aligned softly pours into the room.
Love And Let Die strikes with pure rock power, multiple layers of detail, that long-missed live sound and energy, and gives off more of a broad experience than simply a catchy or hooky single.
Featuring a certain finely-tuned balance between smooth production and a clean, clear recording style, Smoke sets the mood with ease and feels all at once nostalgic and brilliantly fresh.
Forever an act worth sitting back and cranking up the volume for, The Stone MG’s bring through some of their best ever songs on this short yet striking EP Good Times.
Bristol-based brother and sister duo Perfect Soul, Sam and Chelsea Watts, introduce their finely honed skills and unity as a band with this beautifully crafted EP of originals.
Choose any one of the tracks and the sheer quality and caliber will likely blow you away. Superb and honest musicality – a real treat to let play right about now.