Here comes another artist appearing out of no where with a sweet track but no information about them on the web at all! This frustrating me but I understand, like the song below sometimes it's good to be minimal. This is Say by Elah.
Shockingly it's been over a year since I first blogged about the beautifully talented Chloe Black. Since the Australian born UK resident has been playing shows and working with the likes of The Arcade (Iggy), Balistiq, Jim Eliot (Ellie Goulding) and more to create a collection of powerful songs. This first track from the collection, 27 Club, is a demonstration of that. Inspired by the greats who passed away at 27 - never holding back Chloe approaches the dark subject with a sense of nostalgia. A great track!
This right here feels like a long time coming. I've been aware of Ryan Ashley for a long while now from when he started posting covers online. With the covers I was never too sure what direction he'd go in but since joining the PMR team he's been cultivating his sound. With features on tracks from Blonde (sick!) and Cyril Hahn Ashley is now ready for the solo limelight. This debut track Hands perfectly shows that!
I last blogged about the super talented Brayton a few months back with his track Jaywalk. Now the Philly native brings us another delight in the form of new single 'Runaway'. The track perfectly toes the line of funk and pop, it's a complete breath of fresh air.
I've been a fan of Kaleem Taylor for years now, in the past his music has mostly been R&B which I liked but wasn't really going to cross him over to the mainstream but with a feature like this it could definitely help him bridge the gap. Love it! French producer Tchami on the 1s and 2s here.
After the creation and unfortunate break up of reggae-pop inspired girl group SoundGirl it was very unclear what the members would do next. The youngest of the group, Little Nikki went on to sign to Columbia and release a few tracks without really having a hit. Now it's time for another member, Liv, to step into the solo spotlight. The insanely attractive singer seems to be taken an electronic route which I'm really diggin.