Brett’s latest track is a dreamy Cascine family reunion.The Source Article test
I think at this point we can all accept that we’ll never be able to keep track of exactly which month is being celebrated by Boston singer/songwriter Jeff Meff’s project. We wrote about him last year when he was Fat History Month and was releasing songs including “Sad History Month” and “Bald History Month,” and [...]The Source Article test
Swedish pop/soul artist Seinabo Sey (pronounced Say-na-bo Sea) has revealed her 2nd single “Hard Time”. The track will be out for sale on May 14th in Scandinavia & June 30th in UK/Ireland (US TBD).
“Hard Time” follows the release of debut hit single “Younger”, which has garnered over 420K plays hitting #1 on Hype Machine with widespread support for websites & tastemakers all over the globe.
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A vocal powerhouse having collaborated & toured with various Swedish artists over the years, 23 year-old Seinabo Sey is now setting focus on her solo career. Working alongside revered producer/songwriter Magnus Lidehäll, most recently noted for his production of Mapei’s hit single “Don’t Wait”, they are “recording pretty intensely” for Seinabo’s debut album due out later this year.
Growing up between Sweden & Gambia, the homeland of Seinabo’s late father Mawdo Sey (a famous musician in West Africa), Seinabo describes, “I’ve had to live between two different cultures where you don’t really feel you belong anywhere and you have to understand people first to make them understand you.”
With such diverse & humbling roots, Seinabo Sey is defining a sound seated deeply in soul with a modern pop overlay & lyrics that feel as emotive as they do invigorating.
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Tommy James went solo in 1970 with a self-titled affair on Roulette Records. The album’s contents are not too far off from the likes of “Crimson and Clover” and “Crystal Blue Persuasion,” some real melodic psychedelic pop. However, side A contains a true outlier, a singular slice of underground cool by the name of “Midnight […]The Source Article test
The impressionist sound-sculptor Julianna Barwick is maybe not the first person you’d associate with the practice of slamming brews, but she has just teamed up with the craft brewery Dogfish Head, who make some good goddam beers, to make her own IPA. As Pitchfork points out, Barwick’s beer, Rosabi, has red rice and wasabi flavors [...]The Source Article test