Album Review: Bitter Sweet by Juliette Ashby

A few years ago I came across the artist Juliette Ashby and what I witnessed was an uber talented woman, grafting hard to get her music listened to by the right ears. Those in the know, know that with a click of her finger (literally) Juliette could have been living the mega-high life and riding the … Continue reading Album Review: Bitter Sweet by Juliette Ashby

Dress Code – Camera Soul

Let me start by simply saying, What do you get when you mix together the Bee Gees, Incognito, Earth Wind & Fire, Brand New Heavies, The James Taylor Quartet and Jamiroquai? and the answer is an Italian super group called Camera Soul! Since the birth of this new band - under the tender care of Piero and … Continue reading Dress Code – Camera Soul

So Close To You by Francesca Romana

'So Close To  You' the 3rd album by Francesca Romana,is one that must be listened to carefully over and over to fully absorb all the emotions and meanings being put forth. Here we have one of Francesca's most deeply autobiographical albums to date telling of raw emotions involved in relationships. Though songwriting comes easily to Francesca, … Continue reading So Close To You by Francesca Romana

Lots To Give – Louise Golbey

The first album of the week for 2015 is Louise Golbey's 2014 EP 'Lots To Give'. A late discovery for me as Louise is set to release her debut album 'Novel' later this month and since listening to this EP - I'm eagerly awaiting that release. Just as the album title says, it's clear that Louise … Continue reading Lots To Give – Louise Golbey

Got To Let Go by Nate Williams

Now hands up everyone who loves 80's music, and I'm not talking the electro-pop 'Don't you want me baby' kind of vibe but the comforting sounds of Stevie Wonder, Karyn White, Prince, Michael Jackson, Peabo Bryson, Bobby Brown and Shalamar - need I go on? Well let me introduce you all to the latest UK … Continue reading Got To Let Go by Nate Williams

Get On This Ride by George Simpson

Sometimes you listen to an album, wince and think "...Hmmm where will this fit in? Is it an underground sound? Will people get the message the artist is trying to convey?" but I have to say that 'Get On This Ride' by George Simpson has no such problems there. Journeying on from the fun 'Playing … Continue reading Get On This Ride by George Simpson

The One For Me by Harriet Eaves

I get really excited when I hear artists singing without enhancements and lots of instruments diluting their vocal ranges, so when I received the album 'The One For Me' by Harriet Eaves, believe me I was blown away. Don't get me wrong, I love a good album I can dance around to and get that … Continue reading The One For Me by Harriet Eaves

This Time by Thomas James

I'm very much into representing artists of Jazz, Latin and Soul music as I feel the genres are very much under-represented in the media, but every now and then something pops up in my inbox that, as much as I try to ignore - being a lover of music - I just can't, the album … Continue reading This Time by Thomas James

Sex and Love – Enrique Iglesias

This might be Enrique Iglesias' 10th album but the Latin Prince of pop shows no signs of slowing down in releasing another banging album entitled 'Sex and Love'. Over the years Enrique's sound has moved over several styles, his first 3 albums 'Enrique Iglesias', 'Vivir' and 'Cosas Del Amor' contained Spanish Ballads, while album number … Continue reading Sex and Love – Enrique Iglesias

Where You Are by Natalie Williams

Since experiencing the enchanting voice of soul singer Natalie Williams as she supported Mario Biondi in concert last year with Incognito, I've eagerly awaited the release of her album 'Where You Are' and I love what I hear. The album shimmies off with a toe-tapping, latin affair 'Nobody Like You' a flirty ode to a … Continue reading Where You Are by Natalie Williams