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Angela Predhomme – Hidden Wings: Ethereally Grounding Lounge

Hidden Wings is the latest mesmerising single from Angela Predhomme which didn’t fail to stand as testament to the songstress’ ethereal talent. Hidden Wings is a poignantly beautiful cross over of what you’d expect to hear lounging in a coffee shop and what you’d drink in at a Jazz bar. The fluid ambiance of the track emits a succinct resonance over the soulful instrumentals whilst Angela’s rapturous vocals draw you in even further with her harmonious vocal styling. If you’re a fan of Norah Jones, Corinne Bailey Rae and Macy Gray it will be hard not to fall in love with artists grounding soundscapes. If her vocal offerings weren’t impressive enough, Angela also composes her music on the piano. It’s really no wonder that the US based recording artist has picked up so many awards during her career with her command over lyricism and melody.

Hidden Wings is the first single from Angela Predhomme’s up and coming album ‘Love’ which will be released in fall 2018.

Her expressive style really isn’t one to be missed, you can check out the single now on SoundCloud

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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Check Out Shawn Forrest’s Chillout Track “Wayward Travels”

When the term “mood music” is used, it evokes a very specific mood. With the knowledge that music can have such an effect on the brain, it’s no secret to the public that mood can be intentionally changed with the right media. Some fear the descent of naturally occurring emotion, which will fall by the wayside once our overlords have perfected their media distraction methods… Others just like the way it feels. Shawn Forrest is one of such people who get to stand behind the speaker. He knows that with each key he strokes, he can wield your brain like a basketball. Bouncing to the rhythm of Wayward Travels, you’ll find that his only intentions are far from sinister. The mood to best describe this music is chill.

This music is perfect for easing frustrated feelings after a tough day, a way to maintain clarity on your morning commute, or maybe just the background you need to focus on your tasks at hand. No matter how you use it, this song has an infectious tone. With expressive keyboard sequences dancing over steady beats, there’s no dissonance here, only good vibes. It may not put a smile on your face, but it will certainly help you find your center, keep you mindful, and be there to prove your paranoias invalid. For those in need of a destination, see Wayward Travels.

-Paul Weyer