“One day we both remember, we were asked to set up an experimental performance. We had to go crazy on the scene: Two girls, two voices, a guitar, a keyboard and a sampler. So we chose to arrange old R&B and hip-hop stuff from the 90’s and early 2000’s with sexual connotations. That’s how juicy was…
After settling down briefly from the whirl of publicity that blessed the band in their early days, they took a short time to head into the studio and put together their self-titled debut album. Capturing the same energy that caught the attention of so many with their first singles, the band show themselves to be versatile and able to sound more thematically cohesive than most bands can muster on their debut.
There’s a duality at play on Soft Spots, Steph Knipe’s newest album as Adult Mom.
After two years, Kudu Blue shares their debut EP, Shaded, as a clear signifier of the British band’s unique style.
Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN.’ is all about the struggle – the struggle within, the struggle to belong, the struggle to survive.
Shake Off Your Troubles casts them as the introspective guy sitting at the edge of the club near the bar; unmoved by the loud music and sweaty bodies, and more concerned with dealing with reality and problems as they are. Here the band sound like they’re ready to replace the club with an empty hotel bar at 2am.