St Vincent has been keeping a relatively low profile as of late, but has dropped off a stunning cover version of ‘Something On Your Mind,’
Reminding us just why she’s one of the most dynamic artists of recent years, the cover version of the Karen Dalton classic is a part of the movie soundtrack for Disney flick Pete’s Dragon.
Duffy has released a new single. It’s an amazing redention to timeless classic “I Put A Spell On You”. A track that confirms that Duffy should have been years ago the voice of the James Bond’s official soundtrack. Will this cover of “I Put A Spell On You” the start of a new album?
Who said Bossanova, Jazz and Catalan Hip-Hop can’t go together? Citrus Dude Inc are back to prove differences are never a barrier but an opportunity when it comes to creating music.
Quim and Werio are opening up the summer season with “Belle”, a laid-back “Jack Johnson” style with a twist of citrics served hand-in-hand by no other than El Bueno Films. Take a sip, lay back and give your ears a joy.
Electropop duo Fenech-Soler just dropped an EP that consists of covers of some of the 80s greatest hits. Appropriately titled “The Covers EP”, Fenech-Soler pays tribute to Prince, David Bowie, Talking Heads, Robin S., and Janet Jackson. The group released “Zilla”, their second album, in February, so it’s a nice surprise to get more music from them. Fenech-Soler does a great job keeping the essence of the original songs while infusing it with their unique style of electronic, pop, and a little rock. Prince’s “I Wanna Be Your Lover” is definitely our favourite one.
Known for being both an actor and a renewer of Brazilian pop be it solo or with Farofa Carioca, the band with which he debuted in 1998, Seu Jorge comes to Primavera Sound with a very special project: the live reinterpretation of the songs from “The Life Aquatic”, Wes Anderson’s film for which the Brazilian artist stripped down and put into Portuguese classic songs by David Bowie such as “Rebel Rebel”, “Life On Mars?”, “Starman”, “Five Years” and “Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide”. This re reading of Bowie’s songs is only one of the multiple facets of a musician who has spent over fifteen years mixing samba, funk and bossa nova to offer his own vision of popular Brazilian music. He was playing last week at Primavera Sound.
Alex Lahey recently went on Triple J in her native Australia to participate in their Like A Version cover series, and she did Natalie Imbruglia’s iconic “Torn” alongside the rest of her band.
Father John Misty is back with more music. The oddball songwriter is featured on the Mondo Boys’ score to Eddie O’Keefe’s Shangri-La Suite, which the group has just released as a 30-minute mixtape. On it is Father John Misty’s cover of The Velvet Underground’s “Who Loves the Sun” from the band’s 1970 album Loaded.