In The Spotlight

RJ Thompson – “So Right”

Hailing from a village on the outskirts of Newcastle, this British singer and songwriter spent his childhood learning as many instruments as he could. He debuted with his album “Illogical Life” in 2006 and went on to play famous venues worldwide, supporting artists such as Midge Ure, Gabriella Cilmi and Jools Holland on tour. More recently he launched an independent label called Codename Records.

Coloring in from an 80s sonic palette, his new single is an exuberant slice of retro synthpop. With an infectious electronic beat and a fresh piano easing the listener into his colorful auditory world, they are soon greeted by the vibrancy of the upbeat chorus. Lyrically warning about the danger of losing our childlike excitement to social media, every single part of this joyous tune is just so right.

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Music History

Louise – “2 Faced”

From her album “Elbow Beach” (2000):

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New Music

Raul Midón – “I Really Want To See You Again”

From his album “The Mirror” (2020):

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