“I just wanna press you against the wall, love you til your body starts to shake.” Azekel uses his beautiful falsetto to new effect on his romantic new single, “Don’t Wake The Babies.” The London-based singer/songwriter lets us in on the personal side of his life, as he seeks to find ways to reignite romance . . .
Azekel has a voice that is very tender. It’s subtleties convey an array of emotions throughout the duration of his latest release, “Linger.” The United Kingdom-based singer/songwriter croons about the lasting feelings that hang around, even after his lover has departed. He does so with admirable range and control, over futuristic instrumentation filled with surging . . .
British singer and songwriter Azekel tackles some ambitious subject matter with “The War Inside,” focusing on issues of racism and discrimination as well. He speaks to the internal conflicts that often ensue as a result of the external strife we observe. His high-pitched falsetto is a powerful vehicle that conveys the weighty emotions of the . . .
Azekel‘s Raw, Vol 1 EP is truly a one-man show. The London resident wrote, produced, mixed, and sang all seven of the songs heard on the project. The multi-talented creative’s music has a distinctly dark and organic feel to it, despite its futuristic influences. Stream Raw, Vol. 1 below.
Silhouettes and spinning records abound in Azekel‘s video for “Mad About The Boy.” The London-based singer and producer has a new-age hit on his hands with the moody single. The newly released visuals feature a strong color palette that serves to add more power to the song’s strong, enticing emotional pull. The song will appear . . .
Azekel‘s infectious brand of new age R&B resurfaces, thanks to his latest single, “Mad About The Boy.” At times the London vocalist draws comparisons to Frank Ocean and Miguel. While the comparisons are not completely without merit, it’s safe to say that he is completely in his own lane, thanks to his new age influences . . .
Azekel‘s “Chronophobia” is a brooding, menacing piece of experimental R&B that showcases his prowess as a singer and songwriter. For those unfamiliar with the European creative, “Chronophobia” can serve as an eloquent, well executed introduction. Haunting back up vocals accent Azekel’s smooth, sensual vocals as he paints pictures with his words. Stream “Chronophobia” below.
Azekel follows up the release of his “New Romance” video with a new single entitled “Holy Matrimony.” Slow and minimalistic, “Holy Matrimony” features subtle, soulful instrumentation that allows us to focus almost completely on Azekel’s rich vocals. “Holy Matrimony” is romantic enough for a wedding ceremony, and sensual enough to spice up the honeymoon that . . .
London vocalist Azekel‘s new video for “New Romance” features iconic monochromatic footage that matches the song’s echoing acoustics to a tee. The visuals, directed by Jem Talbot, refocus our attention on the singer’s Circe EP, which released last year. Distorted, imaginative videos will leave viewers feeling like they’ve been given a window into an alternate . . .
Last year Azekel turned heads with an EP entitled Circa, which drew from a number of producers, such as Blacksmif, Youan, Adelight and Vincent Perez. “New Romance,” Azekel’s newest release, is an experimental, self-produced gem that quickly captures the imagination. The A side will be accompanied by “Holy Matrimony,” and is due to release on . . .
Soul singer Azekel lays down a relaxing vibe with “Official ’07,” a relaxing new release with warm instrumentation that allows his impressive vocal range to take center stage. “Official ’07” will be featured on Azekel’s forthcoming EP, Circa, which is set to release on October 2013. On the song, he professes his desire to overcome . . .
British singer-songwriter Dornik sets off the warmer season months with the laid-back vocal delight Drive. The singer, who sporadically drops his gems via his SoundCloud page, combines his subtle falsetto with a mid-tempo funky groove pattern for the ultimate chilled out vibe. Those familiar with the sounds of Azekel will now have a new artist . . .