This week’s Listenin’ Booth includes music from Tsola off of her new EP release, “Winning Streak”. Plus four other essential tunes you should be listening to right now.
Time Four(s)– Tsola
Tsola is a dancer and singer from Maryland. Her latest single “Time Four(s)” is fascinatingly corky storytelling set to the progressive sounds of electronica and neo soul.
“Love Today” song is about simply loving today. Not waiting for tomorrow or another day to show love to each other. There’s an urgency for love given all we’ve been through these past couple of years. Donovan Henry is a singer and songwriter from Philadelphia.
Produced and performed by the etherical Dana Shanti, “Morse” is an epic tale of soul searching and growth. This masterpiece takes the listener on a journey of solitude and longing to belonging and bewonderment. Shanti delivers a powerful sense of self combined with the hopefulness of unity, spread across a palette of stylish jazz, emotion evoking rhythm and blues, all tied together with a contemporary twist that appeals to a wide audience.
New Jersey’s Boogie Down Apocalypse is an alternative music side project from underground hip hop producer and artist, Solo For Dolo. The project contains influences of hip hop, trip hop, punk rock, new wave, and synth wave.
Taken from the new sophomore EP by St. John’s Wort, “my kind of love,” is a statement of desire for self-love, queer love, platonic love and romantic love. Lush instrumental arrangements featuring vibraphone, horns, synth and rhythm section complement a range of moods from vulnerable and airy vocals on the dreamy, sapphic track.