Let’s just say this song was not built for the 1950’s. This one carries a more modern depiction of relationships. Sometimes, a man setting the emotional terms is not the case. A woman detaching herself and choosing to only be about “one thing” can also be the story. …Click to Continue
This collaborative song, entitled “Carry You Home” from EP War Child, is a stripped-down, heart-felt soul session rendered by Jake Isaac and JP Cooper. These two singer songs writers deliver a sincere acoustic guitar performance.
Oh troubled hard oh weary soul How did you get here, get so far from home Under the stars we used to play But now you hold back the tears only wishing…Continue
Treat yourself to a mini concert with NPR Tiny Desk (I love these guys!) presenting Lianne LaHavas. Accompanied by two other vocalists (James Wyatt on piano and Frida Mariama Touray), she has a captivatingly unforced spark. She is soulful and heart-hitting. Listening to La Havas is easy yet emotive.
This Philly strong, gypsy goddess breaks west with soul, hip-hop fusion. She curates silk smooth energy, escapism and anthemic aria. Not afraid to take chances or digging deep, she’ll create on her own terms mixing in an undertone of experimental flute textures and a pinch of effervescence. She has a worldly whimsy and a mission to empower others — it’s a mantra… her message.
I couldn’t click away when I stumbled on the Tank and the Bangas— this beautiful tangled mixed of Louisiana musicians flexing an eclectic use of sax, flute, ivory tickling and diverse percussion. They are New Orleans jazzy sweet and funky blue stitching in hip-hop, poetic call-and-response storytelling. Tarriona‘Tank’ Ball has …Continue
Off her Album “Now that the Night is Fading”,“On and Off” hits 1.9M views on YouTube. Electro-pop singer Maggie Rogers delivers breathy vocals and over a multi-layered production of atmospheric sounds. It intertwines with …Continue
According to Busker Stories’ interview on Youtube (link below), Tash Sultana drew crowds as a street performer in Melvin. It was plan to see as people began to fill the sidewalks and stairs to H&M to watch her play. She is a solo-act, multi-instrumentalist. She has been playing since the age of 3 and has taught herself to play up to 10 instruments! It is no wonder she draws a crowd. Sultana has gone from playing to 4 to 400 people! She describes her sound as “alternative root reggae oak”, mixing live on the spot as she plays for her audience.