Fyfe rarely releases collaborative efforts, but “Belong,” which features Kimbra, proves to be a very solid match. Fyfe and Kimbra both have very clear vocals and impressive falsettos, which they put to great use over refreshing, melodic electronic production. Let’s hope that we hear more from these two in the near future. Stream “Belong” below.
Talented vocalist Kimbra connects with Thundercat for “Love In High Places,” an adventurous new record from her forthcoming project. Kimbra’s crystal clear vocals and Thundercat’s funky guitar riffs prove to be an ideal match when combined over futuristic, chilled out production. Look for Kimbra’s The Golden Echo to release on August 19th, with features from . . .
Australian producer M-Phazes grabbed our attention with a colorful remix of Kimbra‘s “90s Music.” The track begins somewhat slowly in comparison, before descending into a futuristic, bass-heavy symphony of melodic bliss. Stream the M-Phazes remix of “90s Music” below.
Minneapolis native José James released his fifth studio album While You Were Sleeping via Blue Note Records on June 10th, his second release on the label. While You Were Sleeping follows his 2013 album No Beginning No End, a great listen in itself. As with his previous albums, James exhibits a sense of control and . . .
Citing a diverse array of influences such as Nina Simone, Ray Charles and Kimbra, London native Angela Ricci stands poised to make her presence known, thanks in large part to her seductive new single, “So Good.” Backed by a big band, the songstress showcases a powerful voice that has been honed by serving as backup . . .