Category: Soul

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Glenn’s Favorites of 2016: Albums and Songs

Favorite Albums Anderson. Paak – Malibu Jamila Woods – HEAVN Chance The Rapper – Coloring Book Junius Meyvant – Floating Harmonies Y La Bamba – Tender Loving Empire Dyan – Looking For Knives La Yegros – Magnetismo A Tribe Called Quest – We Got it From Here…Thank You 4 Your...

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Margaret Glaspy: If & When

The corner coffee shop discovery, when you sit down with your drink and a friend and hear a most delightful sound flowing from the edge of the room.  The arbitrary singer-songwriter fiddling on a guitar, offering their weekend’s latest pen–to-paper-to-instrument sketch to those who listen with their inhales and trips...

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Hot Soles: “Ready To Burn”

Being awarded and crowned a city’s “Best Unsigned Act” can get you places.  The two-piece from Sheffield, England, Hot Soles know this very well.  After the  Exposed Magazine awards, the Hot Soles have gone on tour supporting acts like The Duke Spirit, Vintage Trouble, Kate Jackson, and  Hey Sholay.  It’s not hard...

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Cold Specks: “Holland”

Sean threw this my way, and I’ll be darned if that guy doesn’t have a good ear.  Al Spx (not her real name) is Cold Specks, a lady Canadian of the lonely soul kind.  Her song “Holland” has gotten wide attention ever since the 7″ released and her set at...

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Mia Dyson: “Tell Me”

What an incredible voice and an incredible talent.  Things from Australia sometimes take their time to get here to the states, but the wait is sometimes really worth it.  For instance; Melbourne’s Mia Dyson.  She’s arriving on our shores with a fantastic record in tow: The Moment is a fantastic collection of  soulful...

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Electric Guest: “This Head I Hold”

The fact that Electric Guest‘s debut album was produced by Danger Mouse should be a pretty clear indication of the potential this duo out of Los Angeles has in their back pocket. Mondo is due out April 24th on Downtown Records, and initial single “This Head I Hold” has soul...