Posts Tagged ‘Jonny Stemp’

September 29, 2016

MOOSIQ MOSAIC : 09.27.2016

Featured music – September 27th, 2016

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September 28, 2016

Aside from appearing as a guest vocalist on electronic duo Love Thy Brother’s stellar new deep house track Holy Days, Brighton singer songwriter Jonny Stemp has also unveiled his latest atmospheric heart render, Purge. From its tender opening chords and Jonny Stemp’s sedate yet emotively beautiful voice, Purge feels cathartic. It’s a deliverance of a song, a slow building display of meticulous grace and grave grandeur. Jonny Stemp single handedly delivers us into the arms of redemption with this stunning hymn, a somberly lifting, spiritually reviving experience.

September 27, 2016

Over the summer, Canadian sibling duo Love Thy Brother dropped their long awaited debut original, and they straight nailed it on Love Me Better, a melodic enchanting, rosy endearing fusion of dance pop and house featuring vocals by Ariel Beesley. We now get a grand remix of that track, courtesy of Toronto production whiz Tep No.  The moment I saw a track that involved Tep No and Love My Brother, I knew we were in for a sublime aural treat. Tep No gives Love Me Better a crisp glowing, electro whirring re-work that shines ebulliently like gold. In the meantime, Love Thy Brother also released a second original not to be missed. They’ve teamed up with Jonny Stemp on meditative and orchestral deep house marcher, Holy Days. Stream below.