Spring has arrived and it came with so much good music, it was quite a task to select our favorites for the TFE Music Playlist of March 2015! This month was a great mix of newcomers, such as Leon Bridges and Prinze George, but we are so glad to see Blur, Noel Gallagher and Ozark Henry releasing new music, reminding us of their long-lasting succesful careers, and giving the audience a great new sound. Enjoy and keep track of our playlists on Spotify!
To get your week started in a super-duper-relax modus we bring you some soulful sounds of Curtis Harding. His album’s title Soul Power couldn’t be more accurate, because this guy (who used to be on stage with Cee-Lo Green) brings us soul as it supposed to be with his own twist. Next Time is the second track of his album and is definitely on TFE’s favorite’s list.
As energy boosting our The Hulk juice is, how nice and mellow this song is of Leon Bridges. Coming Home is his first release and our favorite song, but do check out Lisa Sawyer, his latest as well! Leon Bridges has that vintage Motown touch, but somehow his tunes feel perfectly fresh. We can’t wait for his first album to be released this summer. Summer – Leon Bridges – cooling drink……sigh…
The Belgian singer/songwriter/composer released his new album last week, cooperating with the National Orchestra of Belgium, and it’s simply amazing. Ozark Henry continuously strives for new development in his sound and for his latest album Paramount he recorded the album in stereo, 5.1 surround sound and 9.1 Auro 3D immersive sound, making him one of the few artists to embrace 3D audio technology. The first single of the album is a cover of David Bowie’s We Can Be Heroes. All we can say is: Experience Ozark Henry!
This artist doesn’t need any introduction, unless you were born late ‘90s….But even then, who isn’t familiar with the classics Oasis gave us? Brings back a lot of memories, doesn’t it? Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds are back with a great new album called Chasing Friday. Kick back, relax and definitely enjoy The Dying of The Light!
These guys from Germany might be young, but if you think they are just starting out, think again! Sizarr have established quite a reputation for themselves since 2010, playing all major festivals in Germany. With two EP’s to their name and the release of their second album Nurture they are now crossing borders and some say they are the sound of a new generation. So listen to their first single Timesick. Do you agree?