With so much good music coming through thick and fast, it’s easy for new music to drop online and go unnoticed. To help prevent this, we’ve picked five records you don’t want to sleep on. Stream music from Gregor The Blue, FloFilz, Richard Sears, Bella Wolf and Uffe. If you like what you hear, support the artist.
Gregor The Blue – Estate
London-based vocalist and producer Gregor The Blue recently shared his debut full-length LP titled Estate. This project is perfect late night music. Put it on, pour your favourite beverage and submerge into the murky sounds.
FloFilz – Cenário
Real jazzy hip hop vibe on this new album from Flo Filz. “Cenário” is the follow-up to “Metronom,” his first album on Melting Pot Music which he put out two years ago. An assured and confident second project that’s worthy of repeat listens.
Richard Sears – Altadena
Wow, this album by Richard Sears is amazing! From the very first note up to the final sound, Sears along with Kirk Knuffke (Cornet), Steven Lugerner (Alto Saxophone / Bass Clarinet), Patrick Wolff (Tenor Saxophone) Garret Lang (Bass) and legendary jazz drummer Albert “Tootie” Heath have created an album that delivers on every level.
Bella Wolf – Bella Wolf
“A daring and beautiful work, Bella Wolf is a cinematic experience evoking California meets Latin America in the 70s. Infusing elements of latin flavoured pop with sultry jazz and experimental rock, this is an exciting debut from what will be a new and important jazz ensemble.”
Uffe – No!
“Danish producer Uffe Christensen returns to Tartelet Records with his second LP ‘No!’, a deeply personal LP to follow 2015’s unanimously unfuckwithable debut ‘Radio Days’. Every bit as abundant as his first, it’s a record that scales polyrhythmic percussion, improvised jazz, & billowing ballads. This, that and so much more, it’s a triumph of one man’s instinctive ear and should be consumed in one sitting.”