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Issue 1098

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Ayanna Whitter-Johnson : Rise Up

This EP positively bristles with energy and it's full of imagination and invention as she senses delight at new possibilities and direction.

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JB Rose: Back To Love

Who remembers the motto says: “A happy face, a thumping bass, for a loving race.”? Well it could be applied here to ms JB Rose who is back on the come back trail.

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S.E.L. Ft. Bryan Chambers: Falling

S.E.L. AKA Soulful Emma Louise lives up to her moniker with her sweet, bell-like voice cooing exquisitely on this classy tune that shows great maturity, especially with its songwriting prowess...

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Reuben James: My Line Ft. Col3trane, Jay Prince, Vula & Soweto Kinch (Rufio Records)

James is an emerging classicist, able to incorporate the attributes of the high and mighty who have gone before in the canon, melding a sound that is distinctly his own...

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Innervisions Festival 2020 competition

Win Innervisions Festival 2020 passes

We are giving 1 lucky reader the chance to win a pair of Innervisions passes, that's 2 tickets to every mouthwatering show at this year's festival...

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Alani 1 : Acca

There's a ton of melody in her music and the clever stacking of her different vocal personas are breathtaking just listen to the short interlude of 'In The Land' with its corruscating swathes of blessedness.

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Steam Down : Free My Skin

It's a classic case and fine example of a band taking their time and effort in developing their sound to perfection and showing their skill sets in a different light.

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Maddee : Red Mind EP

Accompanying this airy, grandiose downtempo mood of five songs are, thankfully, a few moments of levity. However this EP has such a feeling of release and catharsis

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Barrie Sharpe : Rhythm Rhyme Revolution # 3

Sharpe always has plenty going on to set him apart from the retrogressive and formulaic stylings of the day as he exclaims with one good notion on 'The Revolution Will Be Funky'.

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Brandon Williams: The Love Factor (Soulasis Music Group)

Brandon Williams: The Love Factor (Soulasis Music Group)

Brandon Williams is equally at home plying his trade as engineer, MD, arranger, multi-instrumentalist or go-to producer who has worked with a real who’s who of soul and R&B stars/superstars...

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