Some songs just don´t leave your mind anymore. Like the new single by Fusilier, a project by Brooklyn based, Atlanta born singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Blake Fusilier. Two years after his debut EP, he’s back with a new track titled “Upstream” which is out via Brassland (the label ran by National members Bryce and Aaron Dessner) and shows his warm and embracing vocals.
“For me, Good Enough is all about being happy with what you have. I’m a person that struggles to keep my mind away from thinking about what ‘could’ve’ or ‘should’ve’ instead of focusing on reality.” Multi-instrumentalist and producer, Perth’s Ukiyo returns with his captivating new single Good Enough featuring talented Maribelle. 2 minutes and 19 seconds of flowing love.
Oh, that will make you feel warm all over when listening to the smooth new single “Still Here We Are” of Jamaican-British soul singer Vincent Darby. Produced in Shaggy’s Big Yard Studios in Kingston, Jamaica, the track deploys a smooth, downbeat production that allows Vincent’s flawless voice to spoil your ears.
A while ago we chatted to the young talented musician Amilli about her awesome debut hit “Rarri”. And we also don´t want to keep her latest release “Alone In The Rain” from you. A soothing, chilled track accompanied by a beautiful video making us feel all nostalgic about road trips towards the sunset and the sound of the sea.
Knowing when to shut your mouth can be sometimes more crucial than knowing when to open it. It’s not the sexiest thing to sing about, but it’s raw and evocative.…
“This EP definitely feels more authentic and real to me as an artist in comparison to my previous releases. I’ve always felt a pressure to fit into the Pop category even though it was never something I truly wanted for myself. I experienced a huge amount of joy in the writing and recording process of Apex – something I’ve not felt before.”
We sat down with 26 year-old French-Polynesian self-taught multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and producer Pastel to talk about his new song Daylight, teaming up with vocalist Ben Kessler and the very first moment when he felt he wanted to be a musician.
Chelsea Collins understands great pop music. Which is why it’s no surprise her most recent single “07 Britney” is a knockout. The LA-based producer and songwriter has kind of been kicking the door down as of late. C-Heads recently caught up with Chelsea to talk about “07 Britney”, creative process, and her undying love for the pop music of the aughts.
“Stop and smell the roses.” The age old cliche we all forget to listen to. Especially in America; fast paced, the world’s stage. Brooklyn based producer and songwriter Oliva Reid is slowing things down a bit. Not in terms of the music, it’s actually a rather exhilarating production, but in terms of mantra
Covers are fun. Ask any artist, and they’ll tell you. Original music is obviously the ultimate form of an artist’s expression, however, sometimes a cover can mean equally as much. Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Hook must agree.
“I’m really excited… I have a whole bunch of songs I’ve just been sitting on, just need to put it out.” Enjoy a moment with talented singer-songwriter and actress Diamond White where she talks about quarantine, creating and challenges.
Californian indie pop artist Delacey will attest to that. Just weeks after recording her debut album Black Coffee she found herself entering into a label deal. The singer-songwriter, who’s songwriting repertoire reaches far beyond just her own recordings, is flipping things on their head at the moment with a stripped version of her song “Break up Slow Dance.”
21-year-old talented North London based Jazz vocalist/songwriter/guitarist Carmen Lees combines a straight fusion of Hip-Hop beats and urban jazz.
Common themes are all around us. Sometimes they just take a while for us to realize. They’re the context for personal growth. Caroline is laying that down on her newest single, appropriately titled, “Common Theme”. The LA-based singer-songwriter, and recent USC alum, had a very busy 2019, rolling out an EP and a double single, and she’s already back for more.
“This clip was inspired by loneliness and the way we share it with each other through social media. Our intention was to share loneliness and vulnerability in a beautiful way. ” Tin Tin is a music video for Brisbane artist Lucinda R directed, filmed and edited by Danny McShane. The clip was shot on an iphone and is an intimate portrait of longing and vulnerability.