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Posts Tagged ‘jazz’

Gospel R&B and Jazz Icon Connie Harvey releases her stunning E.P. worldwide

Connie Harvey was raised in a small town called Halifax County, NC with a population of 1,937 according to last year 2016 census. No one know for certain or are aware of the fact that a celebrity of her statue resides in this t...


Lexisugar: “The Journey” is focused and consistent

Currently there are many names bigger than Lexisugar when it comes to R&B and Soul mass acclamation. This may be because the Nigerian born record producer, audio engineer, musician, singer, songwriter, music consultant and ...



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Pasko: “The Lonesome Traveller” takes you on a journey

The first time you hear Australian singer-songwriter, Pasko, you’ll probably think your ears are playing tricks on you. Surely, you reckon, this has to be a new record by some legendary soul singer trying his hand at a 21st C...



Illuid Haller: “Magic Theatre” – an unparalleled attention to detail

Illuid Haller aka GwangHyeon shows a unique flexibility and verve, a glowing life that drips, melts, and molds around the original sounds to be found on the album, “Magic Theatre”. He never competes with his contemporari...


Kimia Penton: “Where the rain falls” – a beautiful balance of organic instruments

Kimia Penton was born in the Middle East, raised in London and now calls Dallas, Texas her home. The singer, songwriter, violinist and psychologist who started classical violin lessons at the age of 7, plays a fusion of pop, j...



“Miracles” – ARTEM CITHARA (ft. Nicole Elizabeth & Slick Sax) features extensive musicality

Artem Cithara (producer, composer), Nicole Elizabeth (vocals) and Slick Sax (saxophone), make a dynamic team on their brand new single “Miracles”. At once haunting, retro and modern, you’ll fall in love with Nicole...


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Omar Omar: ‘On The Sly’ – a full vision of how they should sound

Omar Omar is a Norwegian pop band who describes their 10 track album, ‘On The Sly’, recorded at Flatcity Records by Jim Berget, as being “white eyed soul to jazzy funk,” while the lyrics are about how “terribly hard i...


Inactive Spaz: “Bread” – genius or madness?

Inactive Spaz’s style is minimalist in every way – minimal allegorical lyrics, minimal production, minimal photos, and minimal graphics. But in a way, less is much better. Inactive Spaz is probably one of the better dis...



Singer-songwriter Glenn Polin with a series of new songs

Glenn Polin is an amateur artist, singer and producer. Frank Topper is an organizational development consultant from Greenbrae, California, who writes lyrics on his day off. Together the two moonlighters have been working on a...


Doc Jazz: “It Takes Love” – rekindles the soul and ignites a fire in the heart

Doc Jazz’s songs are emotional, some are slow, others are upbeat, and most of the songs weave melodies through stories in a way that has you holding your breath to hear the words – then again, if you want, they can just ha...