James Low and Ade Omotayo are both no newcomers to music. With Omotayo intially performing backing vocals for Amy Winehouse, followed by featuring on records by the likes of Quincy Jones and Mark Ronson, just to name a few, Low was part of Submotion Orchestra. Coming together as Equals, the pair have released some of the most soulful and touching music around. Their latest track ‘Husk’ is surely no exception. Teaming up with singer Awkward D’Nure to contribute vocals, the seductive and lush soundscape Read more […]
There aren’t too many artists who can cover a classic track such as Sade’s ‘No Ordinary Love’ and truly do it justice. However, East London duo Equals have not only hit the mark and then some, but their ultra sexy and stimulating version is so good that you almost forget that it is indeed a cover, as the band manage to breathe new and refreshing life into the tune. The song is taken from their ‘Old Habits’ EP, out on Fresh Selects/Senseless Records.
Hackney duo Equals are scheduled to release their forthcoming EP ‘Old Habits’ on Novemeber 20th via Fresh Selects/Senseless Records. One of the songs included in the new work is the soulful piece ‘Old Habits’ featuring Essa. Combining fuzzy synths with the warm vocals of Ade Omotayo, the song is that slice of electronic soul that has sorely been missed.