Alitheia, means truth in greek.
Nasa explains: We always tend to speak the truth when we’re intoxicated so the song represents a moment of struggle between holding back and being honest with someone you love.’
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The track came out of a car ride with producer TruOmega and it was then brought to life by Nasa.
He overcame dark times to reach where he is now, rising West-London-based singer Nasa Woods comes through with ‘Alitheia’, sporting an experimental urban sound that competes with the likes of Zayn Malik, Usher and Justin Timberlake.
Talking about the single ‘Hurt’, Jazz Mino says “Hurt is by far the most honest and difficult song that I’ve ever written, and the closest to my heart. Many see me as a happy and positive artist, so initially I was hesitant about releasing my true feelings; but everybody goes through extremely difficult times and to cut out such a devastating time of my life, and pretend that losing somebody so close to me has had no effect; would be a false and dishonest reflection on my life”.
She has supported Lianne La Havas, The Noissettes, Stornoway (How The Light Gets In festival), Professor Green (Kiss FM Music Cube) and Lucy Rose (BUPA Westminster Mile, Innocent Unplugged). She has also performed at Innocent Unplugged Festival, BUPA Feel Great Britain Festival, BBC Bristol live session, Beefeater Gin Sponsored Bulgaria tour, Ronnie Scotts Jazz Bar (Upstairs),
She has also been featured on Record Of The Day (Superwoman single), Breeze FM record of the week and Ticketmaster Rising Star!
“Hurt” will be available from September 23rd
This has to be one of the strangest collaborations on paper, but it really works! The electro synths of Liverpool’s Kids On Bridges meets the New Orleans Funk of Zigaboo Modeliste from legendary band The Meters, producing ‘Say Ok‘, a perfect feel good summer track.
Described as Beck meets Prince and so fresh you could eat it, the track has already had 88000 plays on Spotify thanks to Kids on Bridges’ growing reputation as one of the UK’s most exciting emerging bands through their top 25 iTunes hit ‘Something in the Water‘ and Hype Machine Number 1 ‘When The Needle Drops‘.
This unlikely but inspired collaboration came about when Zigaboo and Kids on Bridges singer Christian Bragg first met at a Jazz Festival in New Orleans; their subsequent bonding over a mutal love of funk and electro was further bolstered by Christian’s love of all things New Orleans. Kids on Bridges were invited to remix two tracks on Zigaboo’s EP ‘New Life’ and his appearance on ‘Say OK’ was a natural progression.
Kids on Bridges have headlined two shows at legendery New Orleans venue Tipitinas, appeared at MOM’s Halloween Ball and Christian DJ’d at The Meters reunion gig at the Howling Wolf. The growing connection between the two bands led Kids on Bridges to join Zigaboo for a jam session in London where ‘Say OK’ was born.
Kids on Bridges’ New Orleans Connection continues to grow; they’ve supported The Hot 8 Brass Band, worked with New Orleans poet Chuck Perkins and the Grammy nominated singer Ledisi. The have also opened for Friendly Fires, Soulwax, 2ManyDJs and LCD Sound System as well as representing the UK at The Special Olympics alongside Stevie Wonder and Beck.
Some nice chilled out indie-rock from FELLOW BOHEMIAN
Check out their track, “Ceremony” on Soundcloud below:
The Californian group have a beautiful summer sound that’s perfect for getting you in the right mood to drive through windy roads with the car top down!
You can find them on Facebook here:https://www.facebook.com/fellowbohemian
A new Soundcloud discovery this week is Amanda Palmer and her gorgeous sound.
Amanda describes herself as “Performer, writer, giver, taker, yeller, listener, love-lover, rule-hater.” She has created a beautiful collection of delicate covers ranging from Bowie’s last piece to Space Oddity itself. She has called the creation: Strung Out In Heaven: A Bowie String Quartet Tribute and it’s well worth a listen, Bowie fan or not.
A multi-instrumentalist and producer from Mosfellsbær, Iceland who mixes strings & piano with loops and edgy beats crossing-over from ambient/electronic to pop.
Check him out on Soundcloud here:
Ólafur wrote the original score to ITV’s hit series Broadchurch. His work on the series won him several awards including Televisual Bulldog Awards and BAFTA. He also collaborated with So You Think You Can Dance choreographer Travis Wall and Shaping Sound Co. on a crowd-funded funded dance film.
Watch a trailer below:
Catch him live at one of these dates:
|25th Jun 2016||Paradise City Festival (Kiasmos) Brussels, Belgium||BUY TICKETS|
|14th Jul 2016||Montreux Jazz Festival (Kiasmos) Montreux, Swiss||BUY TICKETS|
|16th Jul 2016||Love Box / Peacock Society (Kiasmos) London / Paris, United Kingdom / France||BUY TICKETS|
|4th Aug 2016||Space (Kiasmos) Ibiza, Spain||BUY TICKETS|
Speaking in Tongues was the 5th studio album from the iconic Talking Heads discography.
Released in 1983, it’s full of classic 80’s funk and rock that leaves a groove in you forever. The album was the American’s breakthrough record giving the band their first (and only) top 10 hit with “Burning Down The House”.
Fill your cloud with the sound below:
The tour of the album was documented in Jonathan Demme’s film Stop Making Sense which led to a brilliant live album of the same name. Acoustic versions of “Psycho Killer” and “Once in a Lifetime” make this an essential to your collection.
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