In The Spotlight

Halia Jack – “Waited Long Enough”

Growing up in North-London, surrounded by an eclectic soundtrack of musical genius – from Jimi Hendrix and Red Hot Chili Peppers to the Motown soul of Al Green and Diana Ross – this singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist carved out her own artistic path. Inspired by Nile Rodgers and Madonna, she fused pop with vintage soul elements and created a decade-spanning aural identity of her own.

Introducing her vibrant musical mixture, her debut single layers a buoyant disco beat, shimmering 80s synths and reverb guitar plucks, giving it a luxurious groove. Teasing the release of her debut EP “Dreamland”, expected at the end of Summer, the opulent melody harmonizes perfectly with her luscious, 90s R&B-touched vocals and creates the exquisite, impassioned sound you’ve been waiting for.

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Music History

Savage Garden – “The Animal Song”

From their album “Affirmation” (1999):

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New Music

Haley Reinhart – “Deep Water”

From her album “Lo-Fi Soul” (2019):

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In The Spotlight

Lukas Setto – “OMG”

Born from a slew of different incarnations, such as Lee Henry and Tru Menace, comes this London-based singer, songwriter and producer’s latest moniker. Raised on a diet of Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder, he studied popular music at Stanmore College and won the Urban Music Award for Best Unsigned Artist. Debuting his new persona, he released “What Turns You On” in 2019.

His new single is brimming with delicious vintage soul, wrapped in a retro disco haze. The 80s vibe created by the bouncy beat, searing synths, disco strings and blazing brass is both enchanting as it is exhilarating. His luxurious vocals range from velvety to hitting falsetto notes with ease and raises this vivid, soul-dripping treasure to new, ear-tingling heights, encouraging your feet to get movin’!

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Music History

Joss Stone – “Super Duper Love”

From her album “The Soul Sessions” (2003):

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New Music

Old Dominion – “Never Be Sorry”

From their upcoming self-titled album, to be released on 25 October 2019:

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