Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Check It Out #29 (23/11/16)

1. Blinded By You - Matt Sellors

Matt is well-known for previously fronting Bristol-based band, Yes Sir Boss, and sharing stages with multiple award winning artists Joss Stone, Cee Lo Green, Madness and Paloma Faith to name a few. He's now launched a solo career and has been tipped as one to watch from the likes of BBC Introducing. 'Blinded By You' is his debut single and is upbeat, honest and filled with warm vocals and lovely melodies combining to create Matt's wonderful sound. It feels like a festival song, if you've been to a festival, I think (and hope) you'll know what I mean... 

2. Fading Away - Adam Naas
'Fading Away' is the first song from French buzz act, Adam Naas, he played London Jazz Festival supporting St. Germain earlier this month and has some exciting things in the pipeline... His self-titled debut EP features four incredibly soulful tracks. His lyrics are incredibly honest and his sound is melancholic and nostalgic, keep an eye on Adam, you'll be seeing him again! 

3. Need Somebody - Parlour Tricks
Parlour Tricks have released their final EP, consisting of six brilliant tracks. The New York band have announced they've broken up and this will be their last release as life has taken over for many of the members. 'Need Somebody' is full of infectious melodies, powerful beats and underlying emotionally flooded lyrics. 

4. Dime - Leo Napier
Raekwon (Wu-Tang Clan) collaborator, Leo Napier, releases his debut single, and it's a catchy one! After contributing several songs to projects by Griz and Gramatik, Napier emerged from the New York electronic music scene, and now the London based soul singer is ready to step into the spotlight with the release of his debut 'Dime'. Get ready for catchy, smooth and funky music... 

5. Teacher - Amongster
Amongster released his debut album 'Trust Yourself To The Water' in a sold-out AB in Brussels - Belgium's most renowned venue last month. His music is a wonderful mix of indie, electronica and pop; with a beat that will stick in your head, infectious melodies, it's an overall great song. Enjoy! 

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