In The Spotlight

Sonia Stein – “Do You Love Me”

Born in Berlin, this globetrotting singer/songwriter has also lived in Warsaw, New York and Boston, but is now residing in Shoreditch, East-London. She started writing her own songs at 15 and grew into an impassioned, emotional story-teller. She released her debut EP “Symbol” back in 2014 and is currently opening for power songstress BETSY.

Her latest single is a sophisticated electro-pop song, dipped in some smooth 80s magic. Lyrically focusing on romantic insecurities and doubt, her vocals are emotive and sumptuous and by adding funky 80s-dipped synth action and a catchy beat, it has a bewitching and infectious vibe which, despite the heavier subject matter, makes this track feel uplifting and bright.

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Music History

Linda Ronstadt – “Get Closer”

From her album “Get Closer” (1982):

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New Music

Field Music – “Count It Up”

From their upcoming album “Open Here”, to be released on 2 February 2018:

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Birthday Song

Mumford & Sons – “The Cave”

Happy birthday to Mr. Winston Marshall, banjoist with Mumford & Sons, who is 29 today.

From their album “Sigh No More” (2009):

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Music History

The Pointer Sisters – “Could I Be Dreaming”

From their album “Special Things” (1980):

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New Music

Lissie – “Blood And Muscle”

From her upcoming album “Castles”, to be released on 23 March 2018:

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