neo-soul


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neo-soul

Soul music produced since the late 1990s that closely imitates the style of soul music from the 1970s.
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Akemi Fox's latest track, Lime, released last Monday to rave reviews, is a stunning slice of neo-soul wrapped up in contemporary R&B production.
Her debut EP, Munaasib (2018) reveals the her genre lies somewhere between contemporary R and B, neo-soul and progressive rock.
Also joining the line-up for this year's event, which runs from October 23-27, are Neo-soul star Raphael Saadiq and iconic American singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones.
The rest of the song has gospel music-type choruses amid neo-soul keyboard motifs.
The result is Reinhart's most mature record to date, one in which she moves seamlessly between genres such as neo-soul on tracks such as "Deep Water" and "Honey, There's The Door" to electro-funk rockers like "Shook." Fans will get to hear her live when the 28-year-old Wheeling native performs Sunday, April 14, at Chicago's Park West.
Meanwhile, on the Friday, one of the region's most promising young singersongwriters, Martha Hill, will kick things off in style and will be backed by folk high risers Dansi, and the neo-soul, R&B infused band Portraits.
Meanwhile, on the Friday, one of the region's most promising young singer-songwriters, Martha Hill, will kick things off in style and will be backed by folk high risers Dansi, and the Neo-Soul, R&B infused band Portraits.
Neo-soul star Anto Neo-Soul recently staged a successful show at the Alchemist Bar.
The live performances have received major critical acclaim, mostly due to the highly energetic style of polyrhythmic and complex passages leading to more atmospheric, downtempo parts, combining European Jazz influence with neo-soul, Latin jazz and even Eastern Music.
WEDNESDAY RUSSELL STEWART With influences from 70s funk to 90s neo-soul and jazz, this talented young Glasgow artist playing Stereo is one to watch.
A mid-record standout is "Too Hot," which ingeniously centres Khan in the midst of a neo-soul torch song in the style of Daptone Records.