In The Spotlight

Luna Li – “Cherry Pit”

Born and raised in Toronto, this Canadian vocalist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist grew up training in classical music and studied violin at McGill University in Montreal. Inspired by local bands and the new garage rock scene, she dropped out at 18. Playing guitar, harp, violin and keyboards, she debuted her dreamy, classically touched indie-pop sound on her 2017 single “Opal Angel”.

Cherry-picked for your listening pleasure, her new single combines her classical background with contemporary vibes. Opening with dramatic drums and electric guitars, the track suddenly enters her mellow and shimmering world. A simple electronic rhythm and lavish sunlit keys accompany her mesmerizing, silken vocals and lead you by the ears through her hazy and sumptuous soundscape.

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Music History

Electric Light Orchestra – “The Diary Of Horace Wimp”

From their album “Discovery” (1979):

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New Music

Fickle Friends – “Not In The Mood”

From their upcoming EP “Weird Years (Season 2)”, to be released on 7 May 2021:

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In The Spotlight

Joel Culpepper – “Thought About You”

Hailing from South-East London, this British singer and songwriter grew up with classic soul music from artists such as Donny Hathaway and The Temptations. His time at college added rock influences from bands like The Doobie Brothers. Cultivating his own style from modern soul with funk flourishes and his distinctive vocal tones, he debuted with his mixtape “The Adventures Of Pensmith” in 2009.

Instantly dazzling with an 80s bassline and funky guitar riffs, his new single is refreshingly groovelicious. Taken from his upcoming debut album “Sgt Culpepper”, expected on July 23rd, it’s the bopping rhythm, retro synths and his sparkling falsetto vocal acrobatics, that are dancing over the melodic juice. Sensual and spellbinding, blending neon with contemporary hues, this electrifying jam is sublime.

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Music History

Cher – “You Wouldn’t Know Love”

From her album “Heart Of Stone” (1989):

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New Music

Bakermat – “Walk That Walk”

Featuring the rich vocals of Nic Hanson and fusing dance, soul & jazz, this is the new single by Dutch DJ Bakermat:

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