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60s Soul Voices for Your New Year’s Vibe-off

Here is a fabulous playlist of 60s Soul Voices to get you through the new year. Enjoy, like, share, brothers.


Video Premiere: Ofei – ‘Wow’

Twenty-something Londoner, Ofei, has something very special. This is head spinning-ly beautiful music to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand to attention.The unrefined, raw and deeply emotional undertones in his voice are refreshingly unique. Ofei’s ‘London’ EP is an unabashed, riveting culmination of poignant peaks and



Album Review: Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings – Give the People What They Want

After winning the fight against pancreatic cancer, Sharon Jones & her band the Dap-Kings have returned to their Brooklyn studio for their fifth album proper, Give the People What They Want.

Opener ‘Retreat!’ is a drum-enthused entrance, one that sets up the instrumental tones of the album nicely, though …



Introducing: Max Marshall

At just 21 years-old Max Marshall has already established a successful career in fashion. When she isn’t creating 1940s-inspired bespoke clothing, making wigs for Lady Gaga or working for French designer Charlie Le Mindu, Marshall turns to her other passion, music.

Writing music since 14, the Baltimore-born-London-based multi-instrumentalist has …



New Video: SAFIA – ‘Listen to Soul, Listen to Blues’

A lot of the time, songs that open up acoustically with piano and vocals, later on going into a drop followed by some wobbly electronic sounds can either: (A) sound rather cliché, or, (B) be a bit of a disappointment to what started out as a pretty enticing track. But, …



New Track: Myron & E – ‘Clap Sing’

Myron Glasper and Eric Cooke — together creating “Myron & E” — met via a strange twist of fate involving Myron touring as a backup singer, and boy are we glad! After collaborating with The Soul Investigators to jam out a string of tracks on Timmion Records , the California …



Introducing: Kadija Kamara

Name: Kadija Kamara

Real name: Kadija Kamara

Bragging rights: Supported the likes of Anthony Hamilton, Yolanda Brown and Omar Lye-Fook at their live shows in London. Three top 10 Traxsource singles, with a No. 1 in 2011, called ‘Better Things to Come’ with Joey Negro. Several successful …



Upcoming Single: “Sweet Talk” by Jessie Ware (with a Cyril Hahn Remix)

Jessie Ware had a hugely successful debut with Devotion.  Her soul-infused alt-rock style clicked well with both audiences and critics; on top of reaching the top 5 on UK album charts, it also received great reviews from the likes of The Guardian and Pitchfork. Her success seems entirely …



Exclusive Download: SWW – Always

Here’s another awesome track from the brilliant Sarah Williams White. ‘Always’ stays true to SWW’s minimalist style, with her soulful vocals accompanied by just a couple of synth lines for the opening section, before a funk-esque bass line enters. The song’s signature vocal refrain repeats up until a short minor …


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Album Review: Geva Alon – In The Morning Light

He looks like Beck, sings like Bowie and plays guitar Clapton. It’s like a snowball of the noughties’ cream of the crops, and the flame happens to reignite in Geva Alon. The Israeli blues-rock and folk singer-songwriter releases his fourth studio album titled In The Morning Light and with much …