This week’s Listenin’ Booth includes music from the Philadelphia soft rock band Diana is Calling, fronted by jazz vocalist and songwriter Mel Juliano. Plus four other essential tunes you should be listening to right now.
Goodbye – Diana Is Calling
“Goodbye” is the new groovy and sensual neo soul offering from this emerging Philadelphia soft rock ensemble, Diana is Calling with jazz vocalist Mel Juliano at the helm. The new single is from the band’s latest EP, “Sanity”.
A soothing and passionate rendition of Philadelphia’s very own, the great and late Phyllis Hyman’s “Living All Alone” from the emerging Philly songstress, Starlene Bey.
Shifting time signatures paired with jazzy, soulful vocal stylings make this new release from Hiatus Kaiyote a standout. “All the Words We Don’t Say” is taken from the much anticipated “Mood Variant” album.
WILSHIRE is the new single taken from Tyler the Creator’s new and brilliantly dynamic “Call Me if You Get Lost” full length release.
“Broke Boy Theory” is the new, forward thinking alternative hip hop meets electronic release from this emerging Johannesburg, South Africa rap duo, Stiff Pap.