Ethiopian songstress, Saba Abraha, gifts us with the first track off her upcoming EP "Pathway," and it's a true gem.
BlahBlahBlahScience calls it, "a cool unexpected swerve on the sound of modern alt R&B... We're digging the approach and the song's refreshing sound."
This Song is Sick says Cautious Clay "has a hypnotizing, unique sound putting a indie spin on hip-hop, and we can't get enough of it...he shines atop the backdrop consisting of guitar and percussion until he picks up a saxophone to bring even more soul making for an amazing take on his already great song. Don't sleep on Cautious Clay..."
Shiffley's "Cut Out My Heart" is a small taste of what this album has to offer. Paper Cranes has a killer energy that perfectly blends 90's electro-pop and 80's percussive mastery, and is the perfect addition to your "Driving down to the beach because it's 70 degrees in February" Playlist.
Payton Odom bring us his new single "Conventional Wisdom" off his forthcoming EP. With musings on heartbreak woven over vintage guitar, warm horns and driving piano, Odom's track finds a groove to it that is often lost in most contemporary music. Taking it back to simple production, intoxicating vocals, and soul-quenching lyrics, "Conventional Wisdom" is Odom's mark on the world - and quite a mark it is.