Category Archives: Soul

Top 30 Albums of 2016: 15-1

We are finally here, we are done. Continue reading

Top 30 Albums of 2016: 30-16

Here’s what just missed out on being in the final list:

Nails -You Will Never Be One Of Us [Grindcore] / Mr. Yote – The Terrible Tales Of Scurvy Jones [Experimental Hip-Hop] / OvO – Creatura [Noise Rock/Sludge/ Dead Congregation – Sombre Doom [Death/Doom Metal/ Oozing Wound – Whatever Forever [Thrash Metal/Sludge] / Départe – Failure, Subside [Death/Black Metal] / Trap Them – Crown Feral [Hardcore/Crust] / The Gaslamp Killer – Instrumentalepathy [Electronica] / ColdWorld – Autumn [Atmospheric Black Metal] / Perturbator – The Uncanny Valley [Electronica]

The top 30… Continue reading

Top 50 Songs of 2016: 25-1

The final 25 (and top) favourite songs of 2016. I’ve obsessively listened to these tracks over and over and over. I hope you enjoy them as much as I have.  Continue reading

Top 50 Songs of 2016: 50-26

So, it starts with my top fifty songs of 2016, the reason I brought it back this year is because there were so many songs that I obsessed over that were released as singles or on EPs/albums that didn’t make it in my top albums list. Dig in! Continue reading

Top 30 Albums of 2015: 15-1

Here is the second and final part of my top releases of 2015, these are the biggest highlights in the year for me. Don’t forget to lemme know what your favourites were or to link me your own list. Hope you all had a great start to 2016!  Continue reading

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Lianne La Havas – “BLOOD” Review

Lianne La Havas – Blood
Genre: Soul / Pop

Label: Warner Bros. Records

Lianne La Haves is a s(h)inger-s(h)ongwriter from London, who has managed to turn her soft and powerful range – along with her fingerpicked guitar – into a signature sound in the overlapping world of soul and pop. She made her first big impression on the world (me being one of them) with her single Forget, which was a refreshing pop track thanks to its witty and stinging lyrics, playful timing and raw instrumentation. It was the most infectious, gimmick-free single I’d heard on the radio in years. Literally.  Continue reading

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