In The Spotlight

Tilde – “I Think I Made You Up In My Head”

Hailing from Gothenburg, Sweden, this singer, songwriter and pianist was born with music in her heart. She started playing piano aged 5 and wrote her first song aged 9. A serious illness in her late teens temporarily halted her career, but she’s back better than ever. Inspired by legends such as Nina Simone, Carole King and Solomon Burke, her music is a synthesis of soul, rock, folk and pop.

The first taster of her debut album, which is to be released in the Autumn, is fanciful retro-tinged pop. The complex instrumentation, from the haunting bass plucks to the intricate percussion, is inspired and mesmerizing. Her gorgeous, organic vocals with a soulful edge sound sensitive and honest. When the two meet, it creates an one-of-a-kind auditory adventure of pure musical allure.

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Maya Killtron – “Satin Sheets”

This uber-talented Canadian songstress is not just a singer and songwriter, but she’s also made her mark as an accomplished DJ and violinist. Influenced by the likes of Prince and Teena Marie, her songs are draped in vintage flair, spanning a diverse mix of soul, funk, disco, pop and R&B across the decades. She’s gearing up to release her first full-length album “Never Dance Alone” later in 2018.

On her latest single she time-travels back to the notorious 90s with a high-energy R&B belter. On a bed of sizzling synths, a bouncy beat and a funky bass, her soulful, satiny vocals radiate bright gleaming sunbeams, despite singing about an affair with a man who’s already involved. With stirring old-school R&B vibes sparking a myriad of musical memories, it’s a slick summertime jam.

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