Jan Daley is a singer and performer with a rather elegant approach to soothing smooth jazz tones. Her vocals performances are rich, dynamic and awe-inspiring. As a singer, she showcases an impressive degree of dynamic control and melodic range, which complements the music beautifully. Their sound is true.
Her recent studio work, “The Way of A Woman”, is a collection of classy, elegant and awe-inspiring tones, which showcase a combination of Jan and Michael B Sutton’s impeccable production aesthetics, Jan’s cleverly crafted composing of six of the tracks and inspired musicianship on from everyone involved within this project. Whether she is offering her rendition of a timeless classic or experimenting with something different, Jan always delivers thoughtful and emotional recordings.
Cocoon slams in today with one of the heaviest techno-heavy line-ups of the season, and it’s all set to be giving us utter filth by the bucket load. Alongside Adam Beyer, Ben Klock, Richie Hawtin, Hito and Nastia we have Scottish duo Slam. […]
First Songs collects Kleenex’s output from 1978 to 1982. Their gleefully anarchic music still feels like liberation, reveling in the limitless freedom that comes with tossing logic aside. Kleenex began with a crash. It transpired one night not […]
T.I.’s political tenth studio album presents itself as a warning to black Americans who find themselves labeled social disruptors for simply trying to live their lives harmoniously. T.I.’s tenth studio album Us or Else: Letter to the […]