With a soulful vibe that has you entranced with delight, JahMakesMusic! has us all singing along with much music ‘Satisfaction‘ for the freed body to enjoy lovingly.
JahMakesMusic! is an inspirational and gritty Hackensack, New Jersey-born, Baltimore in Maryland-raised indie RnB/soul singer-songwriter, who alongside his trusted producer Tamira Slade, sweetly intermingle that authentic rhythm that is solely created to bring positive energy, to a world that seems dark and hopeless sometimes.
Taken off his two-years-in-the-making debut eight-track EP called ‘Love After Heartbreak‘, you can feel his inner most struggles but positive creation streak through from the cold, each word is sung with a desire to never go back to where he was, as his music transcends all barriers.
This is the story of that sweet love that you want to last forever, as you bodies want the night to stay alive forever. Your souls are intertwined and this could be something special that you will both never forget. You love each other and the aim is to show each other that this is different to the rest.
‘Satisfaction‘ from JahMakesMusic!, is the type of song that warms your heart, as this is the ultimate comeback story of a man who was homeless for a year. He fought back to where he is now, as his voice bellows gloriously to spread a message of peace, love and self-awareness. Life is all about being happy and doing what you truly care after all, no matter what happened in the past.
Stream this new track here on Spotify and see more on IG.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen
With his confidence growing each second, Jahni Bleu dims the lights down low on his hot new single ‘Feels So Right‘.
Jahni Bleu is a flamboyant Maryland, Baltimore indie r&B songwriter, who sings about the deep love he feels and what it was like growing up in the tough local streets, while getting mocked everyday for being a gay man.
He moved on to calmer waters and got away from that life, to now thrive as he deserves, making that sweet-sounding music that fills his heart with purpose.
His voice swirls with heartfelt desire, as he tells the story of how it feels deep inside his stomach, his eyes latched to who he wants to with with so badly. You feel his increasing passion and his sumptuous vocals fills your heart up with so much joy, each word is sung with such meaning and intent, letting you know that this night is going to be extra special.
This is the story of a man finding his way through the smoke and mirrors of the world and then we see him, their eyes can’t stop looking at each others and their heart beats extra fast. The night is young but the sparks are flying fast and the music is only adding to the intrigue of the instant connection.
‘Feels So Right‘ from US r&b singer-songwriter Jahni Bleu, is a lights-down-low track to play with your new lover, as you get to know each other and see where the night leads.
When you have that feeling in your stomach, you just know you have to try and find out if you two can make it work, or whether it was just teasing lust after all.
Hear this thrilling new single on Soundcloud and follow his life on IG.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen
Taken off his latest five-track ‘Astronomical‘ EP, ‘Astronomical Freestyle’ is the lead song off this exciting new release from Adrian Jose, that will certainly get you thinking deeper, while cruising around the streets of this wild world.
Adrian Jose aka Slinky, is a Maryland-raised, now Chicago-based tow truck driver and singer/rapper, who makes that raw edged music, that is packed full of eighty hour weeks, party stories and flows so slick you will run out of hair gel.
The story about being focused while holding things together in your life while pushing your music to another level. Work might be long and hard but you have all these ideas floating around and make a plan to practice your rhythms whenever you get the chance. You have seem how some cats rap and you know that you put more milk in the bowl than most of them.
‘Astronomical’ from Chicago pop/drill artist Adrian Jose, is a tremendous single from an honest working individual who would rather be making music all day, but knows that he needs the bread now so he can bake up and build up his recipe book for a while, until the kitchen is hot enough. He displays a lyrical delivery that is raw and gritty, while being able to relate to the common man.
When you have the self-belief, most things really are possible. Looking to the stars rather than doubting yourself, is the only way to really find out what is out there.
Stream this fine track on Spotify and see more on his IG.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen
House doesn’t often come as entrancingly sweet as the standout single “Woke Me” from Maryland-based artist Chiffon’s latest EP “Third” which dropped on March 27th.
You can expect a serious serving of soul within the inventively-layered vocals which rest atop of the colourful, modernistic, perpetually evolving beats.
The nuanced ambient air over Woke Me makes it the perfect track if you’re looking for good-vibes but don’t want to be left itching to get on a dancefloor. Instead, Woke Me will work as the perfect playlist staple. Each time you hit play, you’ll be able to unravel a little bit more of the artful intricate alchemy.
If this is the future of Experimental House, we’re here for it.
You can check out Chiffon’s single Woke Me for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
Review by Amelia Vandergast
Maryland-based songwriter and producer Will Schaeffer has released ‘Hanging Low and High’.
The weighty density of lyrics almost immediately falls through the ceiling of ‘Hanging Low and High’, with Shaeffer not taking much time to burst into your headphones and suplex you into a soundscape of languid distortion and near-offbeat shuffling. There’s a clear existential pang driving most of what’s going on in the track, and it does some interesting, and pleasantly unexpected stuff to keep interest throughout.
It’s moody, shoegazy-but-also-moan-loudly-at-the-ceiling-style alternative rock for those who like it a little raw, drawn out and psychedelically resilient – and Shaeffer presents an interesting case for the genre indeed.
You can listen to ‘Hanging Low and High ‘ here on Schaeffer’s Bandcamp page.