Jake Garrett, Author at Conversations About Her

Conversations About Her

Letsuo – Daym | New Music

  Daym! Now this is a cool beat for you all to indulge in. An old skool Hip Hop beat with delicate scratching and dancing keys – two minutes and twenty one seconds of music you are guaranteed to listen to more than once. Sometimes you hear a Hip Hop based beat that hits the spot and this is one[…]

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Kali Uchis – Know What I Want (esta Remix) | New Music

  Last month, Colombian singer-songwriter Kali Uchis released “Know What I Want”, a bouncy, Reggae entwined pop tune that had a lot of colour despite its minimalist music. What made the track was the singer’s cool, catchy R&B vocals that where held back by a lack of feeling and sound from the music. EDM producer esta has released these vocals[…]

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Liu Bei + Rachel Goswell – Fields | Music Video

  Epic music men Liu Bei have released some visuals for the second single from their upcoming EP Goodness. “Fields” is a throbbing, emotional heart sweller with a melancholy synth, soft strings and vocal harmonies. Liu Bei have appointed Rachel Goswell from Slowdrive to provide some cushioning backing vocals that help blend everything in the single together. The new video[…]

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Menace Beach – Ratworld (Album Stream) | New Music

  Since their formation, Menace Beach have been vocally confident of their own ability. Compiling a five piece band with members from Pulled Apart By Horses, Hookworms, Komakino, You Animals and Sky Larkin, the group are streaming their debut album Ratworld in full from today. The band manage to produce a sound which is gritty yet clear, a raw yet[…]

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Django Django – First Light | New Music

  Django Django caught everybody’s attention in 2012 with their self-titled debut album. Now the Edingburgh-born four piece are back, dropping the first single from their highly anticipated second album which they hope to release in Spring this year. So, with so many people waiting to listen to the next chapter of the Mercury Prize nominees, does “First light” deliver?[…]

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