In The Spotlight

Julian Taylor Band – “Learn To Love”

Described as the best Toronto band you’ve never heard, these powerful Canadian musicians are fronted by singer, songwriter, guitarist and sonic chameleon Julian Taylor, who’s tasted a radio hit in 2001, tread the cover circuit, ran his own indie label and now fuses his wildly eclectic influences, ranging from Stevie Wonder to Los Lobos, into a premium vintage sound of  funk, blues and roots ‘n’ rock.

Taken from their new album “Avalanche”, which is released today, their latest single is a blues-soaked auditory experience. Slightly Kravitz-touched, it’s an exhilarating, guitar-heavy powerhouse with infectious hooks and vivid rhythm, allowing the mighty, audacious vocals to soar. Blending 70s funk with bold New Orleans blues and a dash of rock, this is a vitalizing jam which is easy to love.

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Music History

La Roux – “Kiss And Not Tell”

From her album “Trouble In Paradise” (2014):

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New Music

Olly Murs – “Feel The Same”

From his album “You Know I Know” (2018):

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