In The Spotlight

Brooke Law – “Hunger”

Influenced by her multi-ethnic family, this British singer and songwriter incorporates her values and beliefs in her music. She started writing songs aged 15 and studied at the Institute Of Contemporary Music. Drawing inspiration from powerful female voices like Janis Joplin, Annie Lennox and Sia, she crafted a sound that is honest, empowering and gutsy. She released her debut single “Hidden” in 2018.

Taking an intricate, contemporary production and an emotive pop melody, her new single is both genuine and anthemic. With shimmering synths, imposing drums and her impassioned vocals taking the listener from soft, but poignant verses to the fiery chorus, this rousing tune tackles her own battle with OCD. Blending melancholy with sonic strength, this jam leaves you hungry for more.

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Music History

Prince – “Mountains”

From his album “Parade” (1986):

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New Music

Kat Eaton – “Checking In”

Drenched in salubrious soul with a jazzy hue, this is the new single by British songstress Kat Eaton:

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In The Spotlight

Lexsoul Dancemachine – “Nu Reality”

Based in Talinn, this 6-piece Estonian red-hot funk outfit has been raising roofs and exciting audiences with their dynamic live performances since 2013. They debuted their invigorating feel-good sound on their album “Deus Lex Machina” in 2015, earning them much acclaim by Craig Charles of BBC radio 6 and listeners alike. They continue to set festival stages on fire, like Funky Elephant and Pori Jazz.

With an exhilarating vintage groove, their new single adds a touch of disco to the overload of 70s styled funk. Taken from their upcoming album “Lexplosion II”, expected in May, a thumping rhythm and retro wah-wah guitars are splashing onto the infectious, foot-tappin’ soundscape, while their soulful vocals and unexpected violin solo by Liis Lutsoja truly make this lively jam a funkalicious reality.

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Music History

Belinda Carlisle – “Lay Down Your Arms”

From her album “Real” (1993):

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New Music

Le Flex – “I’ll Be Good To You”

From his upcoming album “Flexuality”, to be released on 17 April 2020:

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