New video from 2x Grammy-Nominee Eric Roberson. Off of the “Music Fan First” album.
The eclectically talented Georgia Anne Muldrow released her latest project, VWETO – the album title means “gravity” in Swahili – exclusively on iTunes today with the worldwide release, both physical and digital, to follow on January 25, 2011. The album is a tour-de-force when it comes to musical exploration taking on influences from “fOnkrock” and HipHop and runs the gambit all the way down to Piano Space. Innovative and avant-garde, Muldrow’s new album is a breath of fresh air as the songstress and producer continues to push musical boundaries.
To accompany the digital release of the instrumental project, Georgia Anne Muldrow is releasing her first single from the album. “fOnkRocker” goes in hard as the music mimics the tracks title by giving off a heavy dose of funked up base lines accompanied by a fierce Rock ‘N’ Roll vibe. The melodic track incorporates rolling beats – beats fit for both swank underground lounges and clubs. The track embodies the essence of what this West Coast artist has become so successful at: meshing together styles and creating a sound that is fresh and transcendent among any genre.
the album here
source: Mello Music Group
The name Joya Mooi is already beautiful on it’s own, and it sounds promising if you understand the Dutch meaning of the word ‘Mooi’. This new artist embraced music at an early age by listening to jazz. By the age of eleven she started playing the saxophone, but she got more interested in expressing herself vocally. She started to take vocal classes and got accepted to Artez conservatory where she studied jazz during a preparatory course. At that time she discovered other genres of music and began writing her own songs. After one year she was done with the program and also done with music, temporarily at least.
She began an internship at MC, a theatre production company. There she was asked to create a soundtrack all by herself for a theatre play “BH”. This project turned out to become a album with a unique sound thanks to the producers SirOj, Presto, Big2, Hayzee, Wan and Full Crate who took ‘Hard Melk’ to a whole new level.
Mr Nov is back with a new video “BCJC”. A new track to preview his new album “Groove therapy”.
“BCJC” : 4 letters that said “Baskets,Casquette, Jeans Cartonné” and to defend the identity of anyone.
It’s also symbolize the completion of the most anticipated Soul /R&B project of the year.
Groove therapy in stores the 29 november 2010.
Courtesy of Colored Music
This is a jam session. An act of improvisation without preparation.”Is This Love”, was the first video I received from the label last month.
They hear my prayer and finally today is a video continuation of the Bilal and Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Bomb Shelter saga entitled, “Tainted Love.”
Know by many as Synthpop duo Soft Cell’s big hit in 1981, “Tainted Love” was originally composed by Ed Cobb, formerly of The Four Preps and originally recorded by Gloria Jones in 1964 as the B-side to “My Bad Boy’s Coming Home”. The original version was by no means a commercial success. In fact, it was a flop. However, in 1973, while British club DJ Richard Searling was on a trip to the U.S., he purchased a copy and found the Motown-influenced sound was a perfect match for the music movement with was growing in the UK club scene referred to as “Northern Soul. Searling took the song and popularized it.
With new found popularity, Gloria Jones tried again, re-recording “Tainted Love” in 1976. But this again failed to chart.
Several years later, Soft Cell, the vocal-synth pop duo that took the popular track and released a slower, synth and rhythm heavy version in 1981. It reached #1 on 18 different charts. So now, we’re back to the beginning. Bilal, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Daedelus, and more, in the studio jamming away to Gloria Jones’ original version of that great 1964 song.
It’s just pure energy. The musicians, the movements, the sounds.. No overdubs, no retouches, just 100% LIVE.
source: Plug Research