In The Spotlight

Iris Gold – “All I Really Know”

This charismatic singer/songwriter grew up living a rather nomadic life. Born in the UK, she grew up in Denmark surrounded by a hippie-like lifestyle and was exposed to the 60s and 70s psychedelic sounds of Jefferson Airplane and The Grateful Dead. In her late teens she became enthralled with hip-hop, so she forged an unique sound of her own, incorporating all those musical influences.

This special “hippie-hop” blend comes to full fruition on her latest single. With a dash of soul, a touch of pop and a generous pinch of retro hip-hop, you get a ferociously driving rhythm causing the infectious sound-waves for her insanely powerful vocals to coast over. It’s an anthemic powerhouse which sounds defiant, punchy and extraordinarily intoxicating.

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Music History

Deacon Blue – “Real Gone Kid”

From their album “When The World Knows Your Name” (1989):

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New Music

Earl St. Clair – “Christmas Without You”

This is the new festive funky single by American singer, songwriter & producer Earl St. Clair:

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