In The Spotlight

Alexis Evans – “I Made A Deal With Myself”

Apart from great wines, Bordeaux has also produced this exciting new Anglo-French singer, songwriter and musician. He grew up surrounded by Afro-American music and his father taught him to play the guitar. He won the Cognac Blues Passions prize aged 17 for his project “Jumping To The Westside”. In 2016 he released his debut alubm “Girl Bait” and is known as “enfant prodige of soul”.

His delectable new single is a refreshing wave of vintage soul. Taken from his upcoming album “I’ve Come A Long Way”, to be released on March 8th, it takes the passion and the power of 60s soul, adds a touch of Rhythm ‘n’ Blues and blends it with a bouncy beat and blazing brass. His rousing retro-styled voice vitalizes your very core and reveals why he is heralded as the next big thing in soul.

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In The Spotlight

Adia Victoria – “Different Kind Of Love”

Born in South Carolina, this American singer, songwriter and poet started exploring wide-ranging music from Kurt Cobain to Miles Davis while she was in high school. Infected by the musical bug, she moved to New York in search of her own sound. The gift of a guitar led to her expermenting with blues music. Now based in Nashville, she debuted with the single “Stuck In The South” in 2016.

The latest taster of her upcoming second album “Silences”, which is due to be released on February 22nd, is a fiery and enigmatic slice straight out of the mid-60s. The punchy rhythmic beat, sleek vintage electro-guitars and the sexy sax make you feel transported to the swinging sixties, while her bewitching, sensuous vocals add a hot and steamy side to this  dark, lustful gothic-blues groove.

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