Jus Like Music are very pleased to be able to bring you an upfront exclusive from American singer/songwriter Grey Reverend. A recent signing to Jason Swinscoe’s (Cinematic Orchestra) Motion Audio Records label – also home to Lou Rhodes – Grey Reverend‘s new album, Of The Days, is set to drop on 11th July.
A precursor to the album will be the lead single, One By One, available on 9th May, but today we have another track from the album to share with … [read more]
Cornelia is an unbeguiling force to be reckoned with and firmly stomps her own identity on 2011 with the follow up to her debut release Capsule, not only her own label launch (Camp Mozart), but also the release of her By The Fire / Now And Hereafter EP. Signed to Twist Management, the same home to foster Jamie Woon’s rise to fame, Swedish native Cornelia resides in East London, surrounding herself with a tight knit group of outstanding musical talent whom … [read more]
Check this Santi Aguado directed music video for the track Turn My Clock by Barcelona-based Debilos (aka Debilorithmicos), featuring the talented Nordic/Spanish songstress Anqui. Debilos, the duo comprised of El Chavo and Beatspoke, combine laid back instrumentation with solid broken-beat rhythms on Turn My Clock, utilising understated accompaniment and, of course, the soulful tones of Anqui to complete the beautiful puzzle.
American jazz singer, Gregory Porter, released his incredible album, Water, earlier this year on the Motema Music label to much acclaim. Now things have gone one step further; Water has just been nominated for a GRAMMY in the Best Jazz Vocal Album category! To help celebrate this fantastic achievement, the track Pretty (taken from Water) is currently available for FREE download via Bandcamp.
Following on from a couple of weeks back when we posted up the video to P.U.D.G.E‘s track, Dorothy Looks Crazy, we now bring you an even newer one. This track is called Is This What You Want?, features the emcee Chris Clarke and was produced by Samiyam. This too is lifted from P.U.D.G.E‘s PUDGESNACKS VOL.2 “I Didnt know!!! U Rap???” album which is still available on Bandcamp.
The tight production from Samiyam mixes nicely with the slick cyphers from both … [read more]
What an amazing year it has been for the UK’s Andreya Triana! Appearing as a vocalist on Bonobo‘s widely lauded latest album, then going on an extensive world tour with the Bonobo live band, before coming back to the UK to launch her own debut LP, Lost Where I Belong – a whirlwind indeed! But now you have a chance to catch the full live Andreya Triana show at The Tabernacle in London on Monday 13th December. Tickets are available right now … [read more]
Been a while since we’ve had much to shout about regards to straight up rap, but when this arrived in my inbox I was surprised for two reasons. 1. It’s by P.U.D.G.E, of leftfield beat producing fame (All City/RAMP), and 2. particularly considering I didn’t even know he was a rapper, it’s really pretty damn good! This track, Dorothy Looks Crazy, is produced by House Shoes and is lifted from P.U.D.G.E‘s PUDGESNACKS VOL.2 “I Didnt know!!! U Rap???”… [read more]
After his recent (and very popular) D’Angelo remix, Sam Champ is back with another brilliant remix. This time Sam Champ does his magic on the track Soldier by Erykah Badu, and the soulful refix is FREE to download right now! It features production by Sam Champ himself, keys and bass from Tyler Cash, and mixing by Cousin Jacob and OP!.
Having previously worked with the likes of Kissey Asplund and J Period, Brooklyn-based DJ and producer Sam Champ is turning plenty … [read more]
Keeping ones ﬁnger on the pulse of today’s dexterous music scene is a time-sponging, even arduous task. Yet such diligence sporadically uncovers sparks of creative vision that would otherwise languish in the ether. With Sepalcure’s latest XLR8R mix pounding through the speakers, a choppy vocal sample paired to a sumptuous bassline creeps in, immediately catching my attention. The track in question is The Look by Canadian producer Jacques Greene, who notes 90s garage and Chicago house as reference points when composing music in a … [read more]