The last album he was this “stunned” by was Amy Winehouse’s ‘Back To Black’.
An truly heartbreaking performance of ‘Sometimes It Snows In April’
I look forward to the result of said love gracing us with a new generation of soul fans in nine months time.
“Archer – urban counter-revolutionary – is reclaiming rock ‘n’ roll as a black idiom.”
We list off the ten most un-missable Bluesfest Sideshows landing in Australia this year.
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The neo-soul legend announces sideshows alongside his appearance at Bluesfest 2016.
Bluesfest just got a healthy injection of soul.
Two of this year’s most successful breakout talents Jarryd James and Meg Mac will be joining forces for an alliterative co-headline tour of Australia’s east coast this December. The short tour will see the two young artists take in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, sharing the stage on all three stops with opener Kita Alexander. It’s
This January marked 15 years since neo-soul icon D’Angelo unveiled his landmark album Voodoo and to celebrate its legacy, artists like Beyonce, Solange, Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth and Janelle Monáe have shared their own stories about how the album impacted and inspired their lives. Voodoo was D’Angelo’s second studio album released in 2000 and is
The Village Voice has published the results of its prestigious annual Pazz & Jop poll, where over 600 music critics from across the world pick the year’s best albums and singles and the results reveal that 2014’s late-breaking D’Angelo album Black Messiah, has taken first place. Despite only dropping by surprise in December, just weeks
To the delight of fans worldwide, neo-soul icon D’Angelo recently announced the arrival of his first new album in 14 years, Black Messiah, and the news just gets better with D’Angelo sharing the album’s first single Sugah Daddy amidst reports that the full album will be available digitally in the next few hours. As previously
American neo-soul and r’n’b icon D’Angelo, recently in Australia for Soulfest 2014, has finally announced his first new album in 14 years, Black Messiah, which will debut this Sunday at a New York City listening session. Black Messiah is D’Angelo’s long anticipated follow-up to 2000’s Voodoo and is attributed to D’Angelo and his band the
When those pole posters first appeared in Sydney, Soulfest seemed as unlikely as it was exciting. The names were like a mirage. Frankly, this kind of lineup was absolutely unheard of, not just in Australia, but in the world, and two names in particular proved most earth-shattering. Don’t get me wrong. Maxwell, Common, Angie Stone,
Good news for Melbourne fans unable to see American R&B god D’Angelo make his Australian live debut as part Soulfest 2014 this weekend — D’Angelo has announced his own last-minute headlining sideshow at 170 Russell in Melbourne next Tuesday, 21st October. So far it appears only the one D’Angelo Soulfest sideshow has been announced. The
American neo-soul singer-songwriter D’Angelo, real name Michael Eugene Archer, will release his third studio album later this year, according to his manager. Kevin Liles of KWL Management has told Billboard that D’Angelo’s long-awaited follow up to 1995’s Brown Sugar and 2000’s Voodoo will see a release by the end of 2014, followed by an international
Soulfest, “Australia’s first ever neo-soul, jazz and hip-hop festival,” has just confirmed date, venue and ticket details for its Auckland leg, giving our friends across the ditch in NZ the opportunity to see some of the world’s most soulful acts onstage this October. The festival’s NZ details were revealed via a Facebook post this morning,
Common, Mos Def, Aloe Blacc and more…