In The Spotlight

Bourn – “Thinking About You”

While living on the Orkney Islands, this British singer and songwriter started to develop her original 80s-influenced electro-pop sound. Now based in Newcastle, she dove into the North-East music scene. She went on to hone her stagecraft while supporting X-Factor winner Matt Cardle on tour. With Taylor Swift-touched lyrical skills and Dolores O’Riordan-styled vocals, she’s ready to take on the world.

With a touch of euphoria and an overload of neon glitter, her debut single brings the glory of 80s pop right up-to-date. The mellow guitar plucks are instantly mesmerizing, whilst her ethereal voice slowly dances over your ear-drums. The soundscape slowly fills up with a catchy beat, sparkling synths and her enchanting vocals narrating the relatable lyrics and makes this tune sound unforgettable.

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Music History

ABC – “Be Near Me”

From their album “How To Be A Zillionaire” (1985):

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New Music

Dionne Bromfield – “Bad Intentions”

Erupting with an infectious funky vibe, this is the new single by British soulstress Dionne Bromfield:

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In The Spotlight

Flavio Jerome – “On Your Side”

This Belgium-born singer and songwriter spent most of his life traveling the globe making music. Barely out of high school he moved to Japan and worked as a drummer. However, a passion for singing and songwriting took him to London, where he honed his skills. In 2016, back in Japan and influenced by artists like Sade, Jamiroquai and Michael Kiwanuka, he started on creating his debut album.

Taken from that inaugural album “Moving In Slow Motion”, released in 2019, his new single is a funkalicious upbeat party. Kicking off with an invigorating beat and 70s-styled wah-wah guitars giving the song some delicious retro flavors, it’s the playful handclaps and his crisp vocals joining all aural elements together. And with sweltering synths seasoning the groove, this is a thrilling funky stew.

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Music History

The Saturdays – “Disco Love”

From their album “Living For The Weekend” (2013):

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New Music

Thomas Oliver – “Coffee”

From his upcoming album “The Brightest Light”, to be released on 6 March 2020:

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