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Caleb Hawley - I Just Want You

Harlem’s Caleb Hawley is an American soul singer, songwriter and performer. Like savvy throwback crooners Mayer Hawthorne and Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings, Hawley channels early Stevie Wonder and other Motown sounds into a complete, magnetic package. Raised in Minneapolis by a family of preachers and therapists, Hawley’s family fueled his on-stage charisma and perceptive, witty lyrics. “Growing up in an acapella church, we didn’t have instruments. It forced everyone...Read More »

The Elle - Drifted

Chicago-based singer-songwriter The Elle recently dropped her first EP, 5 AM. She began her musical career in the summer of 2011 and has been performing regularly around Chicago since 2014. Despite being relatively new to the scene, her lyrical style is reminiscent of early Erykah Badu and is strongly rooted in the neo-soul movement. 5 AM plays out like the evolution of a relationship in five songs. On the first...Read More »

Kenny Lattimore - Love Me Back

The Music Of Grammy-Nominated Singer/Songwriter Kenny Lattimore Reflects The Best Of All Worlds Because He Combines The Timeless Sounds Of Traditional R&B With His Own Unique Contemporary Flair To Create A Universal Sound That Transcends Boundaries And Appeals To Audiences Of All Ages, Races And Genres. His Body Of Work, Which Includes Hits Such As “Never Too Busy” And The Grammy-Nominated “For You,” Has Garnered Two Gold-Selling Albums, The NAACP...Read More »

Winters Island - Ares

Their debut single Ares, crafts a sound that is both familiar and unique, mixing layers of electro pop and indie with dark thrills from noisier genres. The journey since their launch in March 2014 has been packed full of surprises especially the interest shown by some of the industry’s heavyweights; Dermot O’Leary broadcast ‘Fire’ during his BBC show “a great track, very different I can’t wait to hear what you...Read More »

Idesia - Away

Idesia’s got more than a little something goin on, blending a delicious R&B, hip-hop, neo-soul, jazz smoothie into a satiating gift to the ears and soul. Sophie’s flawlessly unique timbre weaves in and out of the hip-hop drums, glossy keyboard lines and cleverly placed bass lines. One would think Dilla, Madlib or Flying Lotus are the masterminds behind the off-beat drum grooves in the verses, but they’re not. It’s just...Read More »

G dot & Born - God Vibes feat. Planet Asia

G. Dot & Born relay the struggle of survival in the streets with hard-hitting raw lyrics, traditional gritty street beats and a confident delivery that takes Hip Hop back to its essence. G. Dot and Born stay true to the city that raised them and 90’s Hip Hop influences like J. Dilla, Sean P., Big Pun, Edo G., Kool G. Rap, AZ and Nas by embodying a humble braggadocio that...Read More »

Kehlani - How That Taste

The Bay Area native got her start as a dancer — both ballet and modern — and attended Oakland School for the Arts. After an unfortunate knee injury leaving her unable to dance she transferred into vocal training and the rest is history. She began her journey into the music business when she joined Poplyfe in the 8th grade and hasn’t looked back since — even appearing on America’s Got...Read More »

Okay Kaya - Damn, Gravity

Kaya, aka Okay Kaya, has an interesting musical background, and not one you’d normally expect from a folk-tinged singer-songwriter. Born in New Jersey, Kaya moved to a small peninsula outside Oslo, Norway, before joining her brother’s black metal band as a guitarist when she was 15. Now, she finds herself in New York, but the melancholic dirge of black metal has been transposed into something more minimal, more soulful. “Damn,...Read More »

Kid Astray - It's Alright

Benjamin Giørtz, Elizabeth Wu, Alex Meek, Even Steine, Håkon Carlin and Jakob Bechmann – for it is they – may have only just finished school, but their musical studies have already earned them massive summer festival slots back home, critical plaudits from the likes of Rolling Stone and Radio 1 and a premiere of their brilliant Taking You With Me on Noisey. With sky-scraping hooks and earworm melodies, Kid Astray...Read More »

Toro Y Moi - Run Baby Run

Chaz Bundick returns as Toro y Moi with his fourth full-length release, What For?). Previously revealed singles “Empty Nesters” and “Buffalo” have teased Bundick’s new fascination with ’70s disco and funk sounds. While the album’s latest track “Run Baby Run” continues to mine retro styles, it plays in a slightly different genre sandbox. The song still shines bright and easy like what we’ve heard from What For? so far, but...Read More »

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