Tags : soul

Blast From The Past: Malibu // Anderson .Paak

Five years ago today, Anderson .Paak dropped the Grammy-nominated Malibu, a neo-soul masterpiece often cited as his best work. I’d be inclined to agree with the consensus: Oxnard felt like slightly bland pandering with its excess of features (although the presence of Q-Tip was much appreciated) and Ventura was a bit closer to what was […]Read More

Track Review: I Lied // THÉA

Many songs deal with heartbreak, but some just hit you. Franco-American soul-singer THÉA delivers this superbly on her latest, ‘I Lied.’ Laden with influence spanning the work of Amy Winehouse and Lianna La Havas, THÉA wrote the song about being young, naive and making bad choices. The listener shares a pained delivery as she sings: […]Read More

Film News: Trailer Released for Pixar’s ‘Soul’

While Disney has been churning out stale, emotionally-lacking remakes of their nineties golden-era films in live action or hyperreal CGI form, film lovers have still been holding quiet hope for their subsidiary company, Pixar, to deliver the fun, nostalgic, and weepy animation we deserve. Enter Soul, an upcoming animation film starring Jamie Foxx and Tina […]Read More

Interview: Seramic

I had the opportunity to chat with Seramic and find out more about his current musical project, why he chooses to go the extra mile and create artistic, dynamic visuals for his tracks, how he found his experience performing over in the States and much more… The Indiependent: When did you first start your current […]Read More

Track Review: Give Me Love // Izzy Bizu

Singer-songwriter Izzy Bizu has had quite the musical journey thus far, enjoying an organic rise ever since being found at an open mic night. Brought up on jazz greats, she’s now following in their footsteps swooning thousands at headline shows. Bizu has come in for high praise ever since her Coolbeanz EP dropped in 2013, latest release ‘Give Me Love’ […]Read More