Posts Tagged ‘JONES’

March 28, 2017

There’s nothing simple about the way I feel about this song, a gorgeous new future R&B jam from Brixton native and adroit producer Joe Hertz. There’s simply too many feels rising out of its heated bed of synths and blissed out beats. Simple even features UK singer songwriter JONES on sultry smooth vocals. The fresh single, which follows on Joe Hertz’s debut EP How It Feels last fall, is an ambrosial jam both graceful elegant and racy seductive. Simple is out now on iTunes. You can also stream the track off Soundcloud below.

February 23, 2017

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February 21, 2017

UK singer songwriter JONES seems to be having a busy and fruitful month. Aside from her guest role on Shy Luv’s sleek wonky, frisky funking jam Shock Horror a few weeks ago, she’s also just released her Acoustic EP, an array of stripped down renditions of songs off her debut album New Skin from last fall. I suggest you take a deep breath before you let your ears behold the magnificence of her acoustic rendition of Whole. It’s absolutely stunning, a pure and heartbreaking listen on which her flawless voice is even more amazing than I remember it to be. You can stream JONES’ 8 track Acoustic album in full on Soundcloud.

January 24, 2017

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January 24, 2017

Shy Luv, the Manchester duo made up of Karma Kid and Armeria, make a wondrous team with UK singer songwriter Jones on their groovy new jam, Shock Horror. The sleek wonky burner now comes with a spiffy cool music video, too, directed by London based French director duo Bif. JONES lends her silky luscious voice to this funky burbling spectacular, a Metronomy meets Chromeo like electro funk fete with some of Little Dragon’s cheeky piquant soul. Shock Horror is the title track from an EP to be released March 10th via Black Butter Records. You can pre-order the EP from iTunes and purchase the single, here.

September 15, 2016

London’s JONES dropped a gorgeous new R&B soul tune earlier this month named Indulge, one which you must indulge in below. The succulent tune gets a minimalist electronica workover by Brixton native Joe Hertz that clatters and wobbles enchantingly. The graceful and melting remix breaks into supple skipping ebullience, washing over us like a cool rippling, pure invigorating basin of sonic nectar. The original comes from JONES’ forthcoming album, New Skin, out October 7th.

August 10, 2016

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August 9, 2016

While October 7 seems like a long ways out and a long time to wait for JONES’ debut full length, New Skin, new song Air surely keeps us divinely satisfied in the interim. The East London chanteuse’s soulful R&B pop and icy minimalist electronic soundscape entrances deeply, but it’s her breathy, flawless vocals that sets us afire. Air is taken from 37 Adventures’ new compilation Odd Numbers Volume 1, a compendium of new and exciting music from across the spectrum of pop. Stream the compilation in full on Soundcloud and purchase on Bandcamp.

June 15, 2016

It’s a summer breezy soulfulness that engulfs us on JONES’ serene drifting Melt. The East Londoner mesmerizes me with her beautiful voice on the saccharine pure ballad. Its easy going groove and laid back optimism is a welcome reprieve from much of the melancholic anguish and dark moodiness that comes from most other love songs these days. Melt is cool and refreshing, just the soothing treat we need on a warm summer night. If the smooth velour of the song sounds vaguely familiar, it’s due to the fact that its production is turned in by electro soul aficionados HONNE. Melt is out now and available from various outlets, here.

January 28, 2016

East London’s JONES dropped an astonishing, soulful electronic pop beauty a several months ago named Hoops, a taste off the rising chanteuse’s debut album, New Skin, due for release this spring. Hoops takes on a haunting, skeletal beauty on a remix by Brooklyn’s WET, who drape the song in murky minimalism permeated by skittering drums and jittery vocal chops. WET’s remix leaves me with goosebumps and tingles that remain long after the track ends.