Three tracks that need to be listened. Three tracks “buzzzing”. Hand-picked by Last Day Deaf for you…
Artist: Lil Silva
Track: ‘Making Sense’
Genre: cloud hop
UK producer and vocalist TJ Carter is better known as Lil Silva, and ‘Making Sense‘ is a smooth track with excellent production standing somewhere between cloud hop, contemporary RnB & future soul. This is music to brighten our “dayz”, Tremendous synth line too. More than a promising talent…
Track: ‘Nothing Less, Nothing More‘
Wildeyes bear the influence of deep Nashville roots, & rich Western, and along with their charismatic singer’s performance deliver one of the most memorable tracks genre-wise. This is ‘Nothing Less, Nothing More‘ than an ideal appetizer of Wildeyes’ forthcoming album to be released in November, 2018.
Produced by Edward Spear and Alex Laska.
Artist: Remy Morritt
Genre: jazz, avant-rarde
Remy Morritt is a regular of Seattle’s jazz and experimental performance communities, having shared the stage with the likes of Greg Sinibaldi, Ryan Ferreira, Ben Monder, and Bill Frisell.
‘Venera‘ is taken off the drummer’s debut album ‘The Ant‘, and is a pure Zappa-esque experience for the daring ones. On Remy’s unique journey, fellow travellers are Alex Oliverio (electric guitar), Andrew Lihudis (electric bass), Daniel Salka (keys) and Levi Gillis (tenor saxophone). Top-flight.
Curated by: Christos Doukakis