On Our Radar: New Music We’re Listening To

There is too much happening and too much passing our ears right now so we’ve got some sneak peaks and music you can add to your list right now.

Josh Barry – ‘Art & Soul EP

A masterclass in R&B, Josh Barry articulates his soul with spirit churning vocals that push you into dimensions you had no clue existed. Just lay back, close your eyes, listen and absorb Barry’s latest EP ‘Art & Soul‘ available to stream right now.

Wallice & Marinelli – ‘Hey Michael

Hey Michael’ is a revenge anthem for anyone who has encountered a gaslighting, manipulative person” Wallice says.

An ironically upbeat tempo permeates the record with an unflinching desire of expression.

“It’s what I wish I would have said to all the ‘Michael’s’ I have met in my life. It can be substituted by many names, we all know or have met a ‘Michael’ though. Somehow the world revolves around them and they just can’t catch a break, because they never do anything wrong and it’s usually your fault. You should have listened to your gut instinct and swiped left on this Michael.”

Priya Ragu – ‘Chicken, Lemon, Rice’

Produced by her brother Japhna Gold, Priya Ragu delivers a fusion of African and Tamil music for a unity driven vibe. When coupled with the video, you can either follow Priya Ragu’s colourful interpretations or inform your own rhythm. Whatever you decide – it’s bound to be good!

Solomon Grey – ‘Music For Picture: Vol iii (Sequence)

We’re big fans of Solomon Grey, their work is always on in the background of the office having been introduced to them by a team member. An ethereal demand strikes the drum of an unending sound that can be described as ‘purpose’, Solomon Grey are the perfect soundtrack to your life and their chimes of soft pillow-like reverberations can be applied to any feeling you might be privy to.

Laura Roy – ‘Water

A warm and welcoming song filled with inspirations of classic funk/jazz fusions with a hint of folk, Laura Roy releases her latest ‘Water‘ from her upcoming EP appropriately named ‘Tides‘.

The Canadian singer has polished a gem here with incredible production to match. We can’t wait for her EP.