#Releases | #Jazz | | Authentic Jazz standards EP “Jump for Joy” is a small collection that refused to die. Shelved for more than ten years - after Callie released her second Jazz standards album - this new release delivers a fresh and authentic perspective on five Jazz standards.
#Releases | #Rock | #Pop| #Blues| #Canada| #Benin | Album release "Pardon" is the second release by Guy Mapoko. The 14 tracks on this album are an amalgamation of his West-African roots and the music of his second home, Canada.
#Releases | #Rock | #Indie| #USA| All This Huxley | Album release This eclectic indie album from All This Huxley shows off the band's considerable talent for pairing their erudite, dystopian lyrics with majestic guitars and insistent riffs, drawing inspiration from the likes of Modest Mouse, Tom Waits, Warren Zevon, The Districts, and old Wilco.
#Releases | #Pop | #AdultContemporary| Barry Alexander King | Album release Barry Alexander King has delivered an album full of top-quality songwriting, hooks, lyrics, and production. Meaningful lyrics wrapped in entertaining music.
#Releases | #Soul | #Pop| #Jazz| #Latin| #NL| Girl Town | EP release Girl Town is a generational project: father Jeff and daughter M'lissa. Together they have re-worked 5 classics into some very refreshing and new that will have appeal to all generations.
#Releases | #Jazz | #Argentina| Roxana Amed | album release 8 intimate pieces by singer-songwriter Roxana Amed - recorded in different cities and with small ensembles - with a jazzy mood that distinguishes the singer when approaching popular music.
#Releases | #Pop | | The highly anticipated follow-up EP "Giants" is officially dropped! In Capelle’s own words: “I want people who listen to my music to feel like they know me.
#Releases | #Soul | Badasonics| Caz Gardiner| #Reggae| #Funk | Funky Soulsteady Beat from Washington D.C. & Belgium The Badasonics mixes Soul and Funk together with Jamaican riddims and horns with the soulful rock and Reggae voice of Caz Gardiner to deliver a pulsating party of soul steady beats.
#Releases | #Reggae | #Funk| Bill King | The backstory to this track is as interesting as the track itself It was 1974, and Toronto was undergoing a cultural shift. The usual pop fare was starting to assimilate the rhythms of the Caribbean – not just Soca, and calypso – but a music known and beloved by those who immigrated from Jamaica called, ‘Reggae.’