See above - London artist JONES is yet another artist tackling the seductive female pop market, only her track takes a happier and groovier route than Lily Elise’s. If you’re in need of a summer anthem to melt to, look no further. POUR YOURSELF AN ACID BATH AND SLIP THIS ON.
Good rock should always have an unhealthy dose of angst in it. These Bristol rockers are practically drunk on angst, singer Ellie Roswell’s vocals being sighed out with a mixture of apathy and pain, matched by some brilliantly horrible screeching guitars. How can a riff be so ear-piercingly jarring and yet so curiously addictive?
So far, I haven’t heard a bad single off of this Canadian jazz trio’s upcoming album. It’s all been blissfully GOODGOODNOTBAD (pretty sure I used that pun two years ago on this blog, and it wasn’t original then). The Canadian jazz/funk/soul trio’s latest gloomy single ‘Lavender’ is no exception, and features electronica wizard Kaytranada, who adds to the groove. I'm particularly liking the jazzy chord progression in the middle there.