Posts tagged with: soul

Young Fathers – “Only God Knows” (ft. Leith Congregational Choir)

T2: Trainspotting doesn’t come out in Montreal until April so I still have a little more time until I found out whether it’s a worthy sequel, but at least we...

BenZel – “Waiting…” (ft. Ben Abraham)

Producers Benny Blanco and Two Inch Punch formed like Voltron to make BenZel, and they’ve consistently put out some amazing productions over the last two years.  Their latest, featuring Australian R&B...

Hozier – “Take Me To Church”

Can I get an amen? With the year winding to a close, this new release from Irish gospel-americana singer Hozier is a stunning preview of what to look forward to...

Dornik – “Rebound”

Adding to the list of 2013 list of “sounds like Frank Ocean & The Weeknd” R&B producers is British crooner Dornik, who spent time touring as PMR Records labelmate Jessie...

Sway Clarke II – “I Don’t Need Much”

Maybe Drake or Rob Ford’s crack pipe won’t end up being the hottest thing out of Toronto after all. Now based in Berlin, Sway Clarke II comfortably fits in with the new...

Max Frost – “White Lies”

As much as this artist goes against my wish to see the “white guys making soul music” trend go away, this track from new Austin-based artist Max Frost is an...

Lady – “Money”

Lest you thought this blog was going to get all dub nasty after the events of SnowGlobe, here comes a deliciously retro jam from Terri Walker and Nicole Wray. The...

Wave Machines – “Ill Fit”

This is one of those rare occasions where I’m at a loss for words. Came across this quartet from Liverpool today and was immediately addicted to “Ill Fit,” a jam...

Frank Ocean – “Pyramids”

Frank Ocean is the Michael Jackson of R&B. Oh ho, heavy proclamation you say? Obviously you haven’t heard “Pyramids,” the first single off his upcoming debut, Channel Orange. There’s an...

The Neighbourhood – “Sweater Weather”

So Electric Guest thought they could get away with being LA’s resident white kids with soul. Not so fast, says Newbury Park natives The Neighbourhood. After releasing “Female Robbery” on...