Posts Tagged ‘Bit By Bit’

April 12, 2018
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The world around me seems to come to a stop as Jareth transfixes me with her silvery voice. Her vocals are incredibly clear and crisp, melodious and unsullied. They lead us through Bit By Bit, the London-based singer songwriter’s new single off her solo debut EP. It’s a refined indie soul meets orchestral pop aria from a compelling artist who’s lent her voice to collaborations with Rene LaVice, Bashy, Lioness, and Ghetts. She’s also been championed by will.i.am and penned tracks for Cheryl and Chris Lake. Bit By Bit continues to showcase Jareth as a master of her craft. Her voice glides effortlessly above the song’s luscious strings and tender percussion. Jareth’s debut EP, Moonchild, will arrive later this year via new label Moonshot Music. Bit By Bit is available now, here.

June 21, 2014
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Yep, that’s right, it’s a super electronic late afternoon, and I’m rushing to share my list of features with you before I take off for some live music plans. Out of Japan comes Pa’s Lam System, who have some frenetic, tasty electronic treats for us. I didn’t put much thought into this before, but it makes complete sense that this whole recent Jersey house slash deep house movement, with its tweaked out vocal sample use, actually fits a lot of the hopped up J-Pop music from Japan. It shouldn’t surprise us that some dang good music is coming our way from there. Pa’s Lam System’s I’m Coming summarizes this quite perfectly, with its percolating, dizzying production, bordering on Anamanaguchi’s agitated sound, but not as video game inspired. Bit By Bit, however, has more of a disco flavored R&B sound with its smooth, drawn back, and shimmering delivery, along with the added slickness of rap vocals. It ends up sounding the most like J-pop music I’ve heard in the past, and once again, I’m brought back to the similarity between that sound and some of what’s going on in the overall scene now.

June 21, 2014
http://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/147841056/stream?client_id=3cQaPshpEeLqMsNFAUw1Q?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

Yep, that’s right, it’s a super electronic late afternoon, and I’m rushing to share my list of features with you before I take off for some live music plans. Out of Japan comes Pa’s Lam System, who have some frenetic, tasty electronic treats for us. I didn’t put much thought into this before, but it makes complete sense that this whole recent Jersey house slash deep house movement, with its tweaked out vocal sample use, actually fits a lot of the hopped up J-Pop music from Japan. It shouldn’t surprise us that some dang good music is coming our way from there. Pa’s Lam System’s I’m Coming summarizes this quite perfectly, with its percolating, dizzying production, bordering on Anamanaguchi’s agitated sound, but not as video game inspired. Bit By Bit, however, has more of a disco flavored R&B sound with its smooth, drawn back, and shimmering delivery, along with the added slickness of rap vocals. It ends up sounding the most like J-pop music I’ve heard in the past, and once again, I’m brought back to the similarity between that sound and some of what’s going on in the overall scene now.