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Gretchen Parlato – No Plan

Always an artist to watch in the current jazz landscape, Gretchen Parlato has been dropping several singles recently in anticipation of her upcoming album Flor, which will see its public release on March 5th. While her first two singles “Wonderful” and “Sweet Love” were thoroughly enjoyable and tasteful as ever, the release of her thirdContinue reading “Gretchen Parlato – No Plan”

Eloise – Hungover

As a lover of Eloise’s EP This Thing Called Living, and of her artistry in general, my expectations for her new releases were extremely high. The anticipation for her new music has grown in 2021, making the pressure high for her first single ‘Hungover’, released on February 12th. Despite the weight of expectation, ‘Hungover’ doesContinue reading “Eloise – Hungover”

An Interview with Amapola

Today’s article is another ‘upcoming artist’ feature – we had the pleasure of interviewing Amapola, a four-piece band who are becoming established on the London music scene. Coming from a wide range of influences and musical backgrounds, Amapola’s music can be described as future-soul, jazz, or even hip-hop beat making after their collab with Peigh.Continue reading “An Interview with Amapola”

Free Your Jazz (and let your thoughts expand)

The scary world of free-jazz seems pretty impenetrable at first, even pretentious. Fans may be quick to dismiss its squealing saxophones as undermining genuinely virtuosic players like Charlie Parker, while simultaneously even managing to be over-indulgent. There’s also no obvious reason to bother to start exploring it, since somebody who thinks you should be listeningContinue reading “Free Your Jazz (and let your thoughts expand)”

An Interview with S-Ilo

We’ve got some exciting new content for you – this is the first of our new ‘upcoming artists’ interviews, beginning with S-Ilo! For those who don’t know, he is a rising figure on the lo-fi scene, making his name as a prolific bedroom producer and collaborator, but is also a highly talented multi-instrumentalist with aContinue reading “An Interview with S-Ilo”

Sophie Marks – River

Sophie Marks is best known for her covers and originals shared on Instagram – her soulful yet subtle vocals and self-made beats help her to stand out against other artists on the platform. Yet Marks is also beginning to release music on Spotify, diversifying from online platforms to the ‘real world’ industry. This transition fromContinue reading “Sophie Marks – River”

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