Tag: Jazz

Juliet July shares blissfully beautiful EP – ‘Palm trees in the mist’.

Amsterdams very own, alt R&B artist Juliet July debuts her highly anticipated and introspectively gorgeous EP ‘Palm trees in the mist’. The 6-track project includes previously released treasures such as ‘Sunday Afternoon’, ‘Easy’ and ‘Blue Paradise’. To add to the already delectable mix she includes the single track ‘Gone’ which is a true testament to …

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glue70 drops second summer chill-hop hit ‘Days Go On’.

Majestic Casuals glue70 has dropped his next double track single ‘Days Go On’, combined with the previously released track ‘Til You Say’. The second instalment of twin track releases from the Mancunian, as he is gears up to a fully blown 12-track album release – ‘2070’ on August 14th. A bittersweet melancholy lies at the heart …

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In Conversation with Flossy Jones

Combining electronic beats with cinematic instrumentation topped off with a sultry vocal line, Flossy Jones is the modern-day femme fatale. Described as “a phenomenal artist” by Melita Dennett from BBC Introducing, this Brighton-based dream-pop sensation is constructing her own dark reality. We spoke with Flossy about her new single ‘Poolside’, staying motivated and much more! Why …

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In Conversation with Melissa Salazar

Born in Tenerife in 1995, Melissa Salazar is a Franco-Spanish singer/songwriter.  After graduating with a degree in Vocal Jazz from a school of contemporary music in France, Melissa recorded her first EP As Long As I Live in 2018.  Soon after this, industry professional, Bob Leone, encouraged Melissa to write original songs, five of which were …

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