In The Spotlight

Leonard Luka – “Kimono”

This Dutch vocalist, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer traveled around Asia and Oceania, trying to connect to his Indonesian/Dutch roots. Influenced by the likes of Jordan Rakei and Emily King, he combined jazz, R&B and indie with deeply personal lyricism. He debuted with his 2017 EP “BOY”, played the So What’s Next festival and was support act for Aeris Roves and Steffen Morrison.

Slowly moving into his exquisite soundscape with a Japanese inspired synth, his new single is sparkling with delicious soulful vibes. Taken from his forthcoming EP “Mimicry”, expected later this year, he sings about finding your identity in a polarizing world. With a vintage rhythm, sleek electric guitar and his vibrant, soul-dripping vocals, this smooth groove embraces you with its tempting tones.

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Music History

Marcia Hines – “Whatever Goes Around”

From her album “Shining” (1976):

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New Music

The Waterboys – “The Soul Singer”

From their upcoming album “Good Luck, Seeker”, to be released on 21 August 2020:

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