After a small and well-deserved break, we’re back today, New Music Friday, to share with you some awesome new tunes with flashes. Hopefully, you’ll find your next favourite.
ANAHITA – ARIANA VAFADARI
Bearing within its core a pearl of beautiful wisdom, deep spirituality and an immense softness, Ariana Vafadari’s new album, Anahita, seems to come from another world and another time. The mezzo-soprano brings to us the warmth of Orient accompanied by talented musicians and the charming rhythms of traditional music (L’arbre, Ardvi Sura). But not only that, and that’s when the surprise opens the bridge between the worlds. Jazz and classical music are also there (Tchak Tchak). Philosophical and poetic, inspired by Zarathoustra, this album is now among our favourites.
ALL THE COLOURS – COLOURS IN THE STREET
French band Colours In The Street has nothing to envy to their international counterparts. The meticulous pop they got in their new opus, All The Colours, will rejoice fans and newcomers alike. Full of optimism and enthusiasm, their universe unveils slowly through well-thought tracks that would conquer radio stations, like Comedy Club, Let Me Kiss You or Say My Name. If the album is a tiny bit long, we can’t blame them for their ambition or their savoir-faire. A band to keep close to our ears.
40 – 40 (TAUR)
Taur becomes a conductor and presents 40. It is with a ground total of 56 different artists that the project comes to life. During quarantine, the composer waits patiently and starts to create and to collaborate. It’s like using a form of the game of consequence that the tracks seem to appear, each artist adding a musical line to the previous one without knowing who has done the last one. The result is made of sublime electro-pop (Forty Days, Break). Bonus, the album’s revenues will be redistributed to the Fondation Hôpitaux de Paris Hôpitaux de France. And that is beautiful.
Incantation – Ariana Vafadari
Somebody – Colours In The Street
Forty Days – 40
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