We tried to get out of our musical comfort zone and we found out some really cool things to listen to. Flash.
#KINGBUTCH – BUTCHER BROWN
With this new album #KindButch, we are getting into Butcher Brown’s world. We have no doubt their fans will enjoy it as we listen to the jazz hinted of hip-hop that goes through the opus so naturally. Inviting to let go, the album also has captivating and motivating tracks. Good at the start of the day as well as at the end. We’re dancing on Cabbage (DFC) and we meditate with Love Lock and IDK. The occasional voices are hitting our core when we hear them, thanks to their perfect flow. The urban music newcomers and connoisseurs can enjoy it, it’s to be repeated.
TUPLA – ASTRID ENGBERG
Astrid Engberg’s new album is her way to return to her roots and to find a new self. Tupla is of an infinite softness and, in the Nu Jazz genre, gets sober and intimate. Through the bubbles formed by the album’s tracks, we find ourselves contemplating the Scandinavian’s hip-hop inspirations. Quickly, and for us, the album starts to represent and to mark the moment just before dusk, right before the sun appears on the wide horizon. Full of light and yet carrying some darkness, this album is graceful.
LAST THUNDER, THE MOVIES AREA – AT BAY
This is known territory for us. We’ve got a listen to dreamy pop-rock EP by At Bay, lovely named Last Thunder, The Movies Area. Full of strong musical intelligence, the EP has found a good balance and ends with Through the Window, an acoustic track soft and elegant. The singer’s, Sarah, deep voice is followed by fair chords and sublime guitar solos. The whole thing is made of harmony and the two band members’ visible chemistry. We warmly recommend it.
Now Playing :
Love Lock – Butcher Brown
Oasis – Astrid Engberg
Hero Talk (Shadow Walk) – At Bay