James Chatburn is an Australian R&B singer based now in Berlin. Chatburn’s “Cracks and Breaks” is the last song from his collection of 2015 singles. Chatburn’s tenor mixed with a sonic palette of ethereal electronica and ’90’s R&B production puts his emerging sound in good company with The Internet, Blood Orange and Teddy Riley. All four of his singles including “We Drink” with Frank Nitt are available on iTunes.
Daily Archives: March 14, 2016
Jodie Abacus’s “Hot Kitchen” gets a remix from house veteran Armand Van Helden. The South London native released his For Real Life And Not Pretend four-song EP last month and he is getting ready to embark on a European tour with Jamie Woon this Spring.
“Sonic Bloom” is the newest addition to Sean C. Johnson’s Race The Sun series and it’s inspired by the challenges people have with temptation in a Christian world. “Sonic Boom” is available for download from Johnson’s official site.
Black Milk has recorded a jazz-funk project of mostly instrumentals with his Nat Turner band that he calls the Rebellion Sessions. “4 Blacks” has the asset of a rare vocal from him about seeing old friends and police officers looking to abuse their badges. The Rebellion Sessions comes out on his Computer Ugly label on April 4th but “4 Blacks” is a free download.