Taken off their latest ‘Potluck‘ album due for 14th August and which is their second release so far, Dr. Daylight’s Jazz Company bring us back to a classic time on the nostalgic ‘Louisiana Fairy Tale‘ (feat. Rob Pate).
Dr. Daylight’s Jazz Company is a highly entertaining Lafayette, Louisiana-based indie-jazz band created by bandleader Jake Spinella.
Since forming in 2018, they have delighted crowds all over with an assortment of classics and bring with a variety of incredible musicians, who bring that classic-feel back while also keeping things fresh and modern.
”Pull up a chair and transport yourself to New Orleans in the 1920s. Dr. Daylight’s Jazz Co. breathes new life into traditional jazz favorites and transforms “pop” songs into jazz standards.” ~ Dr. Daylight’s Jazz Company
You feel the sincere nature of these classy artists who have formed to help our cold ears warm up again, as you wrap yourself into this tremendous track. This is an experience that has you reflecting on when music was treasured, and not so watered down like today’s charts.
”Their newest project ‘Potluck ‘showcases an evolved sound; rich with brass, rhythm, and special arrangements crafted for the guest vocalists.” ~ Dr. Daylight’s Jazz Company
‘Louisiana Fairy Tale‘ (feat. Rob Pate) from the wonderfully exciting Lafayette, Louisiana-based indie jazz group Dr. Daylight’s Jazz Company, is a fine song that brings you back to the good old days, Sung with so much grace as you feel the amazing band who have celebrated this fine Fats Waller sung classic from 1935, into their own. A monumental feat which needs to be admired, as they continue to bless us with real gems.
Hear this fantastic new single on Soundcloud and hear more via IG.
With an annoyed attitude that has grown tiresome of their silly games, Luke Crimiel brushes off the pesky small-mindedness on the engrossing new single ‘Show Me‘.
Luke Crimiel is an absorbing Lafayette, Louisiana-born, Los Angeles, California-based indie pop singer-songwriter, music producer, skilled dancer, and respected multi-instrumentalist. He is an artist who sings from the heart and its clear that he isn’t afraid to show his emotions, so that he may help others who are perhaps feeling a bit down in life or love.
”My family always had music on. It was a lifestyle. Happy times we play music, sad times we play music. I think it would have been impossible for me not to have been influenced by my musical family.” – Luke Crimiel
You feel his terrific vocals that shows his growing maturity, each note is sung with an enthralling grace that has you wondering who really got him so in depth within this track. The scene has been set and the intrigue is so intense, the beat takes your mind inside the inner workings, and this is such a fascinating listen.
‘Show Me‘ from the multi-skilled Los Angeles-based music producer and indie pop musician Luke Crimiel, is a wildly compelling track which has you thinking deeply about those people who seem to enjoy seeing you lose. You took it for a while on the chin, but are now making the move to end this, as its time to speak up.
Sometimes you need to say something for anything to change, otherwise you might sit back for years and keep on taking unnecessary punches.
Hear this new single on Spotify and see more on the IG music page.
Whilst this 2:11 track is wall to wall in tightly packed lyrics which feverishly flow, no sense followed, and the experience of this track left me thoroughly complexed. On the tenth time of listening to Who’s This? the latest track By Lil Leek, Aka Malik Glover a Hip Hop Rap artist from Lafayette, US I was still perplexed until I listened to his other tracks, and realised just how far Leek needs to come as a Hip Hop artist to be respected.
The sniggering, whooping, and other dubious noises that the artist makes is less than the perfect introduction to a track where you want to be taken seriously, let alone achieve his goal of being great in God’s eyes. Leek may want to refrain from the overly crass lyrics and actual convey some amiable emotion in his music, rather than stick with his current style.
His lyrical ability isn’t in question here, he’s got the talent hidden away under his baller misogynist attitude. The beat supporting his Rap flow is simplistic, and totally gets lost within the mix, the production is less than polished and seems tragically half-assed. There’s enough soulless music out there already. Let’s hope Lil Leek finds his way.
In the meantime, check out the track using the SoundCloud link below: