With a little help from Max Bryk (1/3 of the band Moonchild) on the keys, Nick shows us he’s a hopeless romantic and far from a one hit wonder. This summer his EP will be released as a free download, but for now go swoop up this single for free!
Recently I was chilling with Nick and Seravince in Vincent’s studio and a collaboration is well on it’s way. Stay tuned for that!
Henry Wu is a very talented producer from Peckham, South East London, by way of Taiwan. A few months ago he released an EP on 22a Recordings including the song “All Over” featuring Dziko aka Shepard Manyika on vocals and Mo Kolours on percussion. This was a limited vinyl only press and has completely sold out. Unfortunately the song is not due to come out digitally any time soon, so we asked Mr. Wu if we could share this with the world.
Twenty-two year old Nick Price grew up singing classical music and performed in several operas, with the Canadian Opera Company, before realizing his passion was in contemporary Soul. He grew up in Toronto, studied music at Berklee College of Music (Boston) and moved out to L.A. where he currently resides. With a steady diet of Motown, R&B, Jazz and Neo-Soul, Nick started to shape his sonic vision, which is now coming to fruition with the release of his debut song “Naked Souls“. Max Bryk and Andris Mattson, from Moonchild, are responsible for the production and it’s and honor for us to exclusively premiere this in Europe. Please enjoy an amazing introduction in the form of a free download. Care, share and play everywhere!
Time to congratulate Vince aka Seravince with his debut “Perfect Stranger” video. You all must have heard the song featuring Renee Neufville, but now you can also enjoy the visual translation from British director Gary Nurse. The fusion of music and dance has always been important to Vince, so it was only natural for him to see these two art forms combined in his video.
“Hear To See” is available worldwide in both digital form and on Compact Disc. It is being distributed worldwide by Fat Beats and exclusively in Japan by P-Vine. So don’t hesitate to ask your local record shop what the deal is. For all the digital freaks, get ya freak on over at iTunes and make sure you share with anyone who you think should be watching this video!
So it’s really happening folks! We have succesfully moved to the new site, but it’s going to be one heck of a job getting all the old posts back in working order. Please give us at little time and in the meanwhile take a look around. Some functies are not fully working yet, but after the weekend we hope to have fixed some things. Our shop will be open for business shortly, so hang tight!
After having to push back the release of Seravince‘s “Hear To See”, the time is finally come for you to find out what’s it’s all about. For us this album is heavily Jazz influenced, with the necessary broken vibes. Super organic sounding Future Soul with a little bit of this and that sprinkled on top. The sheer quality of how it was recorded and mixed down alone, make this an album well worth your while. Richard Spaven played took care of the drums, while Sharlene Hector, Renee Neufville and Esperanzah deliverd all the vocal goods. Shout out to all other musicians who participated on this project such as Han Litz and Joni Love on flute, Kasper Kalf and Danny Samar on bass, Arthur Flink on trumpet and Tini Thomsen on bass clarinet.
Head on over to our Bandcamp page to get yourself a CD or digital version of “Hear To See”. Oh and there’s a nice bonus track included as well!
A few weeks ago I talked to Vincent about the Positive Flow remix contest. Since it was the holiday season and he had been sick the whole time I didn’t think there would be a Seravince remix, but..here it is. He managed to create a very proper remix of “Do What I Do” featuring Omar and didn’t even break a sweat. With a little Afrobeat influences and a lot of Hip Hop in there too, this Afrofuzz remix is what we call a keeper! I think the boys over at TDR will like this one and of course we hope you do too.
Our man Ta-Ku hit us up with a little exclusive for you guys. A few weeks ago he did an instrumental edit of a tune that’s making it’s way through the pop charts at the moment. Unlike that version, Ta-Ku’s version features the vocals of none other than Miles Bonny who compliments the beat nicely and turns it into some “Down To Earth Club Music”.
One of the first exclusive premieres and available as a free download below.