AndyPfeiler BrainBoogie

ALBUM REVIEW

Andy Pfeiler - Brain Boogie

The Nils Landgren Funk Unit sideman’s fifth album has plenty to say about what we are doing to the planet and what we are doing to each other but does so in a way that exudes hope for the future.

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Linn & Freddie

ALBUM REVIEW

Linn & Freddie - Right Here in The Middle

Music maestro Freddie and vocal songstress Linn have released their long-awaited and highly anticipated second album.

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feels

ALBUM REVIEW

Snoh Aalegra - Feels

Snoh Aalegra is proof, if proof were needed, that the cooler Scandinavian climes and the rain-soaked London streets can also influence music in a positive way.

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Swedish duo Pomona Dream continue to evolve their sound from the 70's electronic glam to include a jazzy, bossa nova sound with - EASY RAIDER.

The new single follows on from their superb track - Tropicana. Easy Raider continues to entice fused with a jazzy saxophone and funky ‘70s influenced visuals. The cover artwork is pure class too!

We sang the praises of Loidimo's debut track - Thousand Million Times, and we're about to sing them even louder now its matched with a good-looking video.

Directed by Teo Dimitriadis, the well-produced visuals highlight the song's quality, as we see Loidimo witness his lover's betrayal.

Thursday, 02 November 2017 13:39

New Video: Emily Simbi - Walk With Me

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Music doesn’t have to be heavily produced to evoke unbounded emotion and depth. Like a solo church choir singer, the tones don’t need to loud for the verbal echoes to reverb in an inner part of us - a part we call the soul.

Danish folk/soul singer, Emily Simbi, who has Haitian roots, touches on these feelings with her new delicate ballad - Walk with Me.
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