Tag: Radio
image for Feel Good Funk from Germany. - Cuezy. x Mindsogone: Can't You See
Posted by Krister Axel
Using sound and frequency to alter your dimension, embracing music played on vinyl, classic hip hop, and 70s-style funk.
image for An Inspired Mix of Modern Pop and Classic Soul. - Rowe: Daze
Posted by Krister Axel
Mixing elements of chilled-out synth, layers of vocal harmony, and riffs on the electric piano into a personal testimony about losing yourself in the throes of confusing love.
image for Baltimore Writer and Performer Makes Soul Magic. - Imani Wj Wright: So I Thought
Posted by Krister Axel
We are left to wonder why the end always comes too soon.
image for Instant Classic from California's Latest Soul Sensation. - Khamari: Tell Me
Posted by Krister Axel
Features a sticky, easygoing groove, a buttery bass line, and layers of Khamari's signature vocal presence: warm, intimate, and full of passion.
image for This Talented Vocalist is the Step Daughter of Pop Legend Daryl Hall. - Introducing: March Fry: Waiting Up
Posted by Krister Axel
Weaves her classic sense of Soul into a modern production aesthetic, with an absolutely gorgeous vocal presence and a wide, bubbly mix.
image for More Big Hooks from Philly. - KID TRAVIS: ALL I NEED
Posted by Krister Axel
Another single that combines the best elements of soul, R&B, and electronic pop.
image for Stunning Soul Pop Debut from Dutch Artist Based in Sweden. - Valère Géron: You Don't Want My Heart
Posted by Krister Axel
This vibrant combination of retro tones and lively pop energy takes notes from Amy Winehouse, The Gorillaz, and even The Police.
image for Upbeat Soul from Los Angeles. - The Never Ending Fall: Like She Does
Posted by Krister Axel
Their eclectic repertoire includes various styles that range from heavy hitting indie rock to a lighter, soul-drenched affair.
image for Enticing Old School Soul from the UK. - Stealth: Sold Me A Dream
Posted by Krister Axel
Stealth channels that 'music of a broken heart' that we remember from the classic days, exposing his personal and vulnerable style of writing to a worldwide audience.