Review: The Brand New Heavies – TBNH

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The Brand New Heavies don’t have much left to prove. The acid jazz innovators – officially comprised of multi-instrumentalists Andrew Levy and Simon Bartholomew, joined by vocalist Angela Ricci for the band’s current world tour – have been exploring and revising their unique brand of funk for the past 35 … Continue Reading →

The Highwomen

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Country music supergroup The Highwomen has released their self-titled debut album. The newly-formed quartet of Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Maren Morris, and Amanda Shires made their live performance debut in April and gave their first full concert in July at the Newport Folk Festival, previewing songs of their album. The … Continue Reading →

Johnny Gill – Game Changer 2

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Soul singer Johnny Gill releases “Game Changer 2”, his eighth solo studio album. Five years after his original “Game Changer” album, Gill presents a follow-up well worth the wait. “Game Changer 2” includes the beautiful lead single “Soul Of A Woman”, along other standout songs like “Fiesta” featuring Sheila E. … Continue Reading →

Lindsey Stirling – Artemis

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Lindsey Stirling is set to release her fourth studio album, titled “Artemis”. The EDM violinist, who turns 33 this month, won Billboard Music Awards for two of her albums, “Shatter Me” and “Brave Enough”, both of which reached the top ten on the US charts, while her self-titled debut album … Continue Reading →

Common allows Love to lead the way

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It’s been over 25 years since he released his debut album, “Can I Borrow A Dollar?”, and eleven albums later, Common doesn’t look like he is about to hit the brakes anytime soon. It’s hard not to pay attention to a Common song when it comes on. He has that … Continue Reading →

Review: Taylor Swift – Lover

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Taylor Swift’s stardom is so big that it doesn’t really require comment. It’s obvious – banal even. What’s more interesting is how unassuming and univocally likeable she’s remained after ten-plus years of certified superstar spotlight and scrutiny. Of course, Swift isn’t just a likeable personality, she’s a talented songwriter and … Continue Reading →

Review: Raphael Saadiq – Jimmy Lee

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A veteran in R&B and beyond, Raphael Saadiq has spent decades being a musical storyteller. The artist from Oakland, California, started his career touring with Prince in the mid-80s and as a founding member of the group Tony! Toni! Tone! and has recently produced hits for musicians like Solange and … Continue Reading →

Seratones – Power

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Soul rock band Seratones has released their sophomore studio album, “Power”. The band from Shreveport, Louisiana, formed in 2013 and published their debut record, “Get Gone”, in 2016. Their new album comes with equally sharp lyrics, but a more mellow sound, and for the title track “Power”, which was released … Continue Reading →

Robert Randolph & The Family Band – Brighter Days

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Robert Randolph & The Family Band release their sixth studio album, “Brighter Days”. Led by renowned pedal steel guitarist and singer Robert Randolph, the three-time Grammy-nominated band from New Jersey delivers an eclectic mix of blues, funk, soul, gospel, and rock ‘n’ roll since 2001. The band’s new ten-track LP … Continue Reading →

Half Alive – Now, Not Yet

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Electropop trio Half Alive has released their debut studio album “Now, Not Yet”. Formed in 2016, the group from Long Beach, California, had their breakthrough in 2018 with the single “Still Feel”. The uniquely choreographed music video of the song attracted a lot of attention which led to a major … Continue Reading →

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