Capturing the lulling unrest of a break-up and the contemplative “what-ifs” Kelela brings a new and sensual exploration of raw emotions that come with the end of trust.
The electronic mixing is jarring, the sounds deconstructed and the vocals haunting and other worldly, yet sensitive, gripping and ultimately infectious.
Co-produced with Kingdom the track “Rewind” start with some amazing synth horns and builds clap tones – until Kelela fills the chorus with “and I can’t rewind”…that is lively in tone and somber in meaning.
The Cut “The High” produced by Blessed and Gifted, overlays beats and beat breaks with a trance inducing vocal array, by the supremely focused artist. The EP chronicals a breakup in reverse
Call Me A Fool
In Collaboration with Prada
A Stunning Third Album
What's Your Pleasure
Can't Stop Spinning
by Land Rover
A Creative Sensation
'I didn't know that you were lonely'
Norman Fucking Rockwell
A beautiful force
Sultry Sounds of Modern Brazilian Pop
This young superstar can bring it
Willie Nelson 'Summer WInd'
Funk From The UK
Cat Power 'Woman' featuring Lana Del Ray
Chaka Khan #LikeSugar
Arresting Style and Substance From Young Jojra Smith
Janelle Monáe An emotional, sexual bender
Subtle Thing by Marian Hill
'Love What Survives' Mount Kimbie
Alison Moyet Her Way
GoldFrapp Beats Beyond
'Cause it's Missy.
Making it better.
Boo Hoo from Nite Jewel.
It Means I Love You by Jessy Lanza.
Laura Mvula - Being Beautiful!
Advising women to run to their husband arms when they arrives home from work may not be message that resonates well today, but this song, message aside, is perfection. With a stellar vocal performance Cecile McLorin Salvant brings a new life to the stunning 1963 Bert Bacharach an