Posts Tagged ‘acoustic jazz’

December 22, 2017

Of course, Bruno Major would have the perfect voice and intimate artistry to deliver a sublime holiday canticle. I can’t wait to finally see the UK singer songwriter and producer live when he finally makes his way across the pond to perform as part of Noise Pop Festival next February, and now I get to melt into this cozy snug, satin nuzzling song over Christmas, too! Romance is in the air as we sway to I Think It Must Be Christmas, a mellow strumming, jazzy velutinous song. Even Santa would take a moment away from his busy duties on Christmas morning to drift away to the velveteen lullaby. Find out about Bruno Major’s North American tour in early 2018, here. And if you’ve yet to listen to his outstanding debut album A Song For Every Moon, stream it, here.

April 1, 2017

I’m losing track of how many times I’ve melted into oblivion thanks to Bruno Major’s music, though it just so happens that the North Londoner’s new song is entitled Second Time. The singer songwriter, who also happens to be brothers with Dot Major from London Grammar, leaves me blissfully wilting into the cushions of my chair once again with his latest jazzy chill, dewy saccharine gem. Though satin smooth, Second Time also crackles gently. The effect that this gives off us snug and intimate. It’s as if the song has bared a soft underbelly, exposing all that is true and vulnerable, delicate and perishable. Dimly lit, hushed longing Second Time is yet another sublime song from Bruno Major, whose music couldn’t sound any more different from that of his brother’s band. You can also stream Second Time via Soundcloud below.

December 6, 2016

Just in time for the frigid cold of winter comes some brand new Bruno Major. In case you need a refresher despite our eager lauding of this musician’s artistry in the past, Bruno Major is the brother of London Grammar’s Dot Major.  New song Easily is a mellow drifter, a warm and fuzzy, cozy and snug slice of jazzy soul much reminiscent of Tom Misch meets Patrick Watson, but with an extra dash of supple soothing charm. Easily is the perfect melancholic and reflective slow burner for the holidays. You know that moment, right before New Year’s, when you’re staring deep into the flames of your fireplace. Thoughts turn back to the events of the past year and you’re split between regret and hopefulness.