In The Spotlight

Gene Evaro Jr. – “Like It’s 1965”

Dipped in the musical magic of his hometown Joshua Tree, California, known for being a fountain of inspiration for musicians as well as U2‘s eponymous album, this multi-talented artist’s blended sound bounces from 60s folk, via 70s funk/soul, to contemporary electro. Having played festivals and supporting Elle King and Blues Traveler on their tours, he’s gearing up to release his third album.

A spellbinding 70s funky bassline and his slick soulful voice make the title track of his album instantly captivating before bursting to life in the chorus with an invigorating beat and blazing brass. With a modern production emphasizing the vintage sound of the instrumentation and the 60s soul quality of his vocals, this mesmerizing track will have you party like it’s 1965.

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Music History

Blue Zone – “Jackie”

From their album “Big Thing” (1988):

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New Music

Zak Abel – “Love Song”

This is the new single by London-based soul-pop singer/songwriter Zak Abel:

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