Jarreau Vandal and Olivia Nelson are a blissfully refreshing combination on “Someone That You Love.” This is Jarreau’s first single of 2017, and it was worth the wait. This is also the first time I’ve heard of Olivia Nelson. The London-based singer/songwriter doesn’t have any solo material on her SoundCloud – just a repost of . . .
ROM, Jarreau Vandal and Emmavie are an absolutely amazing combination on their new collaborative release, “Murder.” ROM and Jarreau Vandal team up to create an instrumental that toes the line between refreshingly organic and intriguingly futuristic. Emmavie steals the show with lush, soulful harmonies. Stream “Murder” below, and purchase via iTunes.
Did you know that Jarreau Vandal can sing? Neither did I, but the Netherlands-based producer delivers an engaging vocal performance to top things off on his recent collaborative release with Mr. Carmack, a remix of Rihanna’s “Jay Joint.” It should come as no surprise that these two include a number of subtle surprises to keep . . .
Amsterdam-based producer Jarreau Vandal takes us on a cinematic journey through his world in the newly released video for the title track to his Suburb Superhero EP. Jarreau explained to Pigeons & Planes: “I grew up in the suburbs of Amsterdam which are not like the fancy suburbs in the states or whatever. They are . . .
Jarreau Vandal’s stock will continue to rise with the release of his three-track Suburb Superhero project. As part of the diverse Soulection roster, Jarreau Vandal is seeing increasing levels of success and notoriety, thanks to his continued focus on his individual efforts. Jarreau just finished the “European Sounds of Tomorrow” tour. His newly released EP . . .
Jarreau Vandal puts his renowned skillset to work once more for a forward thinking remix of Rihanna‘s “Work,” which features a number of well-orchestrated parts, including a sample shared with Punjabi MC‘s “Beware,” which came to prominence in the hip-hop arena when Jay Z remixed it. That’s far from the only element that contributes to the . . .
As Jarreau Vandal gears up for his Suburb Superhero EP, he releases a unique collaboration with BMB Spacekid and Jelani Blackmon called “Rabbit Hole.” The new drop has a quirky but enticing feel to it, as Jelani proves himself to be equally adept at creating infectious choruses and nuanced verses. Stream “Rabbit Hole” below.
When I saw that Jarreau Vandal and Brasstracks were together on “Nobody Else,” I was already excited. Jarreau’s name has been bouncing around for a minute now, and he’s rightfully gained a reputation as a visionary producer and instrumentalist. His remix of Kendrick’s “Alright“? Bananas. True to their name, Brasstracks has been making a killing . . .
Soulection producer, Jarreau Vandal, goes in on Hannah V‘s “It Ain’t Right” single. He gives it a new face with a jazzy twist by infusing elements of G-funk and smooth r&b that takes the original club ready jam and turns it into a feel-good r&b track. Stream the “It Ain’t Right” (Jarreau Vandal Remix) below.
Soulection labelmates Wantigga and Jarreau Vandal connect for a jazzy new cut called “So Flute” to be featured with Netherlands-based collective Werk Space. The song is modern and jazzy, featuring a number of different influences that manage to work together harmoniously. Stream “So Flute” below.
If you loved the Mura Masa original, you’re going to definitely enjoy this Jarreau Vandal take on Lotus Eater. Vandal adds in some new synth and vocal effect elements, paired with the original’s signature flute chop, and a more distinct and distorted sub-bass to create a more enhanced and moving version of Masa’s original track. . . .
Jarreau Vandal takes a familiar, iconic chorus in a new direction with “Be Alright.” Think of this as the jazzy, chilled-out version of Kendrick Lamar‘s “Alright.” In place of Kendrick’s ferocious verses, we hear lush instrumentation fit for a late night lounge. While the original will always be a favorite, this is a refreshing alternative. . . .
Vic Mensa‘s “Down On My Luck” pushed him to a new level of notoriety. Esta‘s latest remix, which features Jarreau Vandal, Mr. Carmack, and Sam Gellaitry, ups the ante. Stream the Esta remix of “Down On My Luck” below, and download for free via SoundCloud. (OkayPlayer)
Soulection-affiliated producer Jarreau Vandal connects with vocalist Bemyfiasco for “Twenty Years,” a soulful listen that soothes the ears. Bemy’s cultured vocals are an excellent match for Jarreau’s dynamic, vibrant production. Hopefully we’ll hear these two working together more in the very near future, because this is just excellent. This is the twelfth Myself & Others . . .
After a great deal of anticipation, the title track to Anik Khan’s forthcoming Kites project has arrived. The mellow record is produced by Jarreau Vandal, Raj Makhija, and Anik himself. Anik is primarily an emcee, but he flexes his vocal prowess this time around. Anik told Beats 1 Radio: “‘Kites’ is about having an aerial . . .