The Liberators are a funk/jazz group from Australia. The group plans to release their album Power Struggle on November 25th, and they have released a single featuring Roxie Ray in anticipation. “Water Somewhere” is incredibly groovy, featuring some complicated rhythms and the smooth voice of Roxie Ray. Here at LeB, we always enjoy posting about a group that has a tight horn section, and the Liberators have just that. You can listen to the single below and be sure to check out the full album in a few weeks.
Tracy Shedd has been on the scene for over thirty years, yet her music sounds as fresh as ever. The Florida native plans to release Arizona, her fifth full-length recording, on November 12. Shedd’s new album is simple yet beautiful. It is her first acoustic release, and there really isn’t much instrumentation aside from a guitar and a few guest vocalists. “Broken Arrow’s” relaxing pulse gives us nice preview of what’s to come. As always, you can listen to the single below.
We have posted about Chela and we have posted about Goldroom, and now we are posting about the two together. Goldroom recently released his single “Adalita,” featuring the smooth vocals of Chela. And after such a positive response to his Embrace EP, the Los Angeles producer has decided to release the new single for free. Like previous tracks, “Adalita” is reminiscent of the lax SoCal lifestyle, featuring warm synths, Chela’s lyrics, and mesmerizing beats. Along with the single below, be sure to check out Goldroom’s tour dates here.