“Hard Times,” off of their debut album Paradise, is a truly representative manifestation of what Con Brio is all about: the confluence of energy, passion, struggle, and the desire and motivation to overcome oppression.
A hybrid of soul, rock and roll, reggae and jazz, front woman Kam Franklin described their dynamic style as a ”chaotic paella.”
Crumb has taken a noticeable, and welcome, turn towards psychedelia and jazz.
High Sierra Music Festival, located in the heart of the Feather River Country, near Lake Tahoe, in Quincy, CA, provides the holistic, freeing escape that many festival-goers so yearn for.
Seratones, a nifty little outfit out of lovely Shreveport, Louisiana, has created a sound that somehow, someway, seamlessly blends the polar opposite genres of grunge rock and soul music.
Even though Vibes Hi-Fidelity Earplugs were designed for concerts, there are many, many other uses for them. Really, Vibes are great for any loud environment where sound quality is important, or there is a need for communication.
With Vibes Hi-Fidelity Earplugs, children and adults with autism and sensory disorders can enjoy activities that would otherwise feel uncomfortably loud, while still being able to engage in conversations and hear everything clearly.
Soundset was tasked with the tall order of cultivating a lineup that reflected the diversity of today’s hip-hop landscape, and they hit the nail right on the head.
“Come on Home” is a summery piece of art, the sonic equivalent of a flowery sun dress, and a timeless testament to the internationally ubiquitous feeling of joy.
Inspired by American pioneers like GRiZ, Gramatik, and Pretty Lights, French duo The Geek x Vrv are planting their flag in the fertile soil of electro-soul.