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.
Smooth vibes and soulful vocals pour through the speakers in waves of warmth for this brand new single from Jae Alexndr.
Lee Knox pours his heart and soul into this project, and his vocals prove faultless throughout – always emotionally in tune with the subject matter, always full of genuine passion and appreciation.
From the first second, Keep On demands your attention. Actually, I’d go further. I’d say it compels your attention to sit up and chow down.
A welcomed touch of organic funk and soul is just what we need when times are tough and the weather’s letting us down. Throw in a conceptual story-line that inspires unity and optimism, and you’ve got an easy hit. Stunning vocals meet with a gorgeously colorful soundscape of live instruments for this fresh single from … Continued
Forever may be a complex piece, but it flows by in an effortless swathe of colour and skill. It doesn’t sound quite like anything else out there, and yet also sounds familiar. Now that’s a tricky balance to strike, and deserves some recognition.
After a series of stunning singles, the one and only Anthony Nelson & The Overcomers have finally released a brand new EP of originals – a longer playlist of soulful, inspiring and hopeful tracks, crafted and performed to the sensational quality consistently delivered from the act.
Guitarist and songwriter Marlock emerges this summer with a softly soulful, smooth yet emotionally gritty new single, which rises up from delicacy to brightness in a brilliantly powerful way.
It’s a very grown up album, properly thoughtful and mature. It’s quite dense and quite busy. But for those willing to take a dip in What’s That About? there is much that can reward you. I finished the album quite breathless and impressed. You should be, too.
Music that isn’t designed for elevators and supermarkets demands that we should listen; pay attention and not be simply witnesses, too. Witness passes the test, it definitely deserves attention to be focussed upon it.