In The Spotlight

Ruth Koléva – “I Don’t Know Why”

Born into the turbulent tides of a transient post-communist Eastern-Europe, this Bulgarian artist found her escape of the harsh times in the soul classics of Marvin Gaye and Nat King Cole. She started to immerse herself in everything music had to offer, ranging from soul to hip hop and adopting a sultry soul/jazz style. This lead to the release of her debut album “RUTH” in 2014.

Her latest musical morsel is an opulent synthesis of vintage jazzy tones and touches of modern R&B. The smooth instrumentation of soft percussion, velvety violins and polished horns radiates a sensuality and warmth, welcoming her seductive, creamy vocals into its musical arms. Singing about the uncertainties of love, it’s a lavishly rhythmic gem with an alluring flirtatious side.

From her upcoming album “Confidence. Truth”, to be released on 30 March 2018:

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Music History

Heatwave – “Boogie Nights”

From their album “Too Hot To Handle” (1976):

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New Music

We Are Scientists – “One In, One Out”

From their upcoming album “Megaplex”, to be released on 27 April 2018:

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