Norfolk singer/songwriter Kelsey Vivien is a young lady with a distinctive voice. We recently finished recording her ninth and final track for her (thus far) digital-only album “Play Pretend”. All nine of these songs are available at digital retailers everywhere but here is a link to her catalog at Spotify as well as her official music videos.
David Haught is a prolific young songwriter whose rough-edged yet soulful voice and insightful lyrics cut straight to the heart of his songs. This piano-only accompanied version of his “Damned if I Do” lets the genuine quality of David’s songwriting ring clearly.
“On the Line” features the dynamic and humorous lyricism of Byron Johnson in outrageous flow as his alter-ego Boobie Stoops and the ferociously nimble guitar acrobatics of Australian über-shredder Jeremy Barnes layered over a relentlessly driving jazz-inflected electronic groove.
Dubbed by a mutual friend and fan as “rainy day music in a good way”, “I Miss You” is a nicely ambient swing waltz graced with the gospel-tinged soaring and emotive vocals of chanteuse Brenda Walston and the ethereal piano of John Toomey.
Written by singer/songwriter Tina Micula and skillfully performed by Míkayah, “So PHAT” is a catchy song of celebration with a casual beach vibe that also embodies an important message about women’s empowerment and self-image.