Parisian producer Allure has been someone who we have watched closely over the past year. Known for his golden production that glistens with sexy soul, electronica and Hip-Hop, he has worked his magic yet again by remixing Frank Ocean’s ‘At Your Best (You Are Love)’. The dreamy RnB rework is insanely melodic, creating the perfect soundscape for Frank Ocean’s vocals. Allure is unquestionably on our list of top producers. Stream the song below.
South London has been bubbling with young artists delving into the sounds of jazz and soul with a Hip-Hop sensibility. Oscar Jerome is among those that have been delivering impressive recordings for the past year and a half. Dropping his self-titled EP back in 2016, Jerome’s latest single ‘Smile on a Screen’ featuring James Massiah is a silky selection bursting with radiance. The track is reminiscent of the golden period of acid jazz, early 90s Hip-Hop and the 70s jazz fusion era all rolled up into one well presented package that is fitting for the now.
Bristol’s Henry Green has announced the release of his debut album ‘Shift’. Landing March 30th on Akira Records, he has also unveiled his new single ‘Another Light’. The tune is a blissful and soulful splash of electronica, layered with floating vocals, head-nodding kicks and delicate keys. It’s quite hard not to be engulfed in the song.
Los Angeles-based singer Spelles walks a perfect line between power-packing soul and dark alt-pop. Initially making her entry with the song ‘Dead In The Water’, she made an impressive follow-up with the epic tune ‘Teach Me How To Pray’. Refusing to slow down one bit, Spelles now hits the world with another grand cut titled ‘Light Me On Fire’. Skyrocketing with beyond incredible vocal delivery, the haunting mesh of hand-clapping soul and eerie rock-topped pop is monumental in sound, flying in Read more […]
A few months back Stockholm’s Bishat unveiled her smoking single ‘Under My Skin’. A glorious delight of upbeat pop, she now brings forth the remix courtesy of The Endorphins and Pure P. Completely restructuring the cut, transforming it into a sultry RnB bit, this rework is the complete definition of sexy. With both The Endorphins and Pure P all equally known for producing quite the hot tunes, factor in Bishat’s magic and it’s a win-win situation. Check it out. Read more […]
Australian singer ILUKA taps into the lifting spirit of Motown-esque soul with her latest single ‘Sympathy’. One of those jump out of your seat tracks, full of lively energy, marching drums and blazing horns are all led by ILUKA’s sharp and soaring voice. ‘Sympathy’ is one of those feel-good tunes that can raise the dead from their grave and force them to start dancing with joy.
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 […]
Quickly rising up the ranks of R&B, Essex singer Robyn Paige has shared a stream of her new EP ‘Genesis’. Weaving through a variety of sounds ranging from seductive soul to more subtle dance-driven production, showcasing Paige’s range of versatility. A soundscape dripping with atmospheric textures, ‘Genesis’ is currently out now.
South London-based duo Bamboo Smoke have shared a number of well-crafted songs stemming back to last year’s ‘Treehouses’. With their latest single ‘Sleepless’, the group knock out another moody electronic pop tune layered with a soulful glaze, built on spacious and atmospheric production. Bamboo Smoke are definitely ready to make a huge name for themselves in the coming year. Regarding their sound, Bamboo Smoke mentioned: “We like things fairly loose and unpolished, and tend to retain Read more […]
With the cost of living continuing to escalate in London, the ever problematic housing crisis and the exodus of Londoners who can no longer afford to stay, siblings Eastern Barbers have addressed the issue of gentrification in South East London in their new single ‘Blue Flakes’. The mellow, slow-rolling soul/jazz instrumentation is coupled with commentary of things that are no longer the same and the clearer understanding of the changes as one gets older. The lyrics also bask in the more simple Read more […]