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Trippy key wiz Marco Benevento squirreled away in his Woodstock studio amid countless keyboards and gear to create quarantine-inflicted solo jams.
You don’t have to be born in the US to sing soul, but you do have to be able to convey the right feeling. Helsinki-born Bobby Oroza has that in his soul.
Skye Edwards and Ross Godfrey, best known as one of the UK’s leading trip-hop pioneers Morcheeba, help us chill out with new music on their tenth album “Blackest Blue.”
Since 1971, Sounds of Blackness has lifted the voices of African-American sound through gospel, worldbeat, jazz, and soul.
We first met singer/songwriter Alela Diane as part of the band Headless Heroes and their one-off album of covers back in 2008.
Melbourne quintet Surprise Chef serve up a tasty, moody instrumental ballad in “Spring’s Theme.”
Nine albums in, Montreal’s Stars turn in their first full-length in five years “From Capelton Hill,” to glowing reviews.