For the next few weeks on Musicvein, Singers, Songwriters, Bands, Dj's, Radio Broadcasters and more will be sharing their thoughts on the 5 Albums that changed their lives. Here to begin the series is London singer, songwriter Louise Golbey. You may recognise Louise from playing alongside Ed Sheeran at one of his very first London gigs...
Like the finest aged cognac Matt Bianco's music has developed an air of elegance and superiority evident in the band's new album 'Gravity'. Encompassing a heavyweight rhythm ensemble, individually noted for backing up artists like Natalie Cole, Jamie Cullum, George Benson, Sting and Jamiroquai - 'Gravity' is the jazz renaissance album we've been waiting for.... Continue Reading →
'Veludo' the album by Guida De Palma & Jazzinhowas a real labour of love, the release of which came to fruition through the help of fans and crowd-funding platform Indiegogo last year. It's the third album by the group and one of my favorites to date, keeping with the sounds of 70's Jazz and Bossa nova. Guida... Continue Reading →
Tonight Juliette Ashby takes to the stage at the Jazz Cafe Camden to showcase her brand new EP 'Take It Over'. The 5 track 'amuse-bouche' EP tantalizes the eardrums and leaves the listener eagerly scavenging the net in hope of finding more gems from this songstress. A mixture of Reggae and RnB, this EP -... Continue Reading →
The 3rd album by Jazzinho & Guida De Palma entitled 'Veludo' is due for release next month. Recorded between London and Lisbon, Veludo is a mixture of Bossa Nova, Soul and Jazz. Originally only set to be a 4 track EP, the further the group entered into the project, the more great material kept flowing... Continue Reading →