Monday, June 24, 2019

Will Young - Lexicon 2019 ( Free Download )

Will Young - Lexicon 2019
Will Young - Lexicon 2019
Enduring success eludes the sad majority of reality music show alumni with very few exceptions. Back in 2002, Will Young defied all expectations to win the inaugural season of Pop Idol over hot favourite, Gareth Gates. At a time when appealing to the teenage girl market was widely perceived to be a non-negotiable pre-requisite for public popularity, when asked who his ‘perfect girlfriend’ would be, Young famously replied ‘the Queen’, thereby deftly avoiding the shitstorm of coming out before he was ready to with a characteristic humour that has accompanied him throughout his subsequent career. He also took on Simon Cowell when the latter had the temerity to describe his vocal performance as ‘average’. His reputation was established.

Six albums and several TV and film appearances later (including a brief stint on Strictly Come Dancing before withdrawing), Young is back with Lexicon. Produced by Richard X, the twelve-track album is a testament to all that makes the 40-year-old so enigmatic; at once vulnerable, moving and honest.

Opener and lead single, ‘All The Songs’ is one of the best tracks to be released in 2019 so far. Like the overdue twin to Robyn’s legendary ‘Dancing On My Own’ and set to a rip-roaring dance beat, its bittersweet impact is owed largely to the lyrics, charting the pain of struggling to move on when the person who broke your heart very much has (‘Can’t escape from these chains / All the songs remind me of you’). The video further underscores Young’s unique ability to be self-deprecating yet profound at the same time.

Richard X’s production, which so elevated 2011’s Echoes, arguably the zenith of Young’s career thus far, is matched by the nuance and poise of Young’s vocal delivery. Over the course of the last 18 years (yes, really), his voice has gradually matured while retaining the character that makes it so instantly recognisable. Each track wraps itself effortlessly around Young’s timbre – a sublime marriage that makes for a remarkably elegant musical experience.

Nowhere is this more evident than on ‘Scars’, on which Young continues to explore the theme of lost love (‘We’re putting fires out with flames / But baby, you’re the high I can’t replace’) over blissful shimmering synth. But, as is typical of Young’s lyrical dexterity, the vibe changes to one of self-confident challenge on ‘I Bet You Call’, with the singer placing a sonic bet on the ex who cast him aside calling on him to provide a shoulder to cry on when the man who replaced him calls it a day (‘I bet you call / I bet you can’t help yourself / I know you’re drunk on wasted love / You think you’re free / I think you’re still locked up’).

The album features some outright ‘bops’ too. Alongside the aforementioned opener, ‘Forever’, for example, is a 90s dance-tinged highlight with a super-catchy chorus sure to get your head nodding. Second single, ‘My Love’, with its piano-driven hook and smooth bass line, cries out to be played at full volume with the car windows open.

Lexicon is the album that was never meant to be. Following some well-publicised mental health issues, Young had publicly renounced his music career in favour of other ventures. It was only after some tentative studio sessions with Richard X that the project organically came to life. The best oeuvres are precisely those born out of pain, sorrow and loss and the consequence of an unforced, cathartic process.

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Artist: Will Young
Album: Lexicon
Released: 2019
Style: Pop
Format: MP3 320Kbps
Size: 106 Mb
Total Track: 12 Songs
Album Review
01.All the Songs
02.My Love
03.Scars
04.Get Me Dancing
05.Ground Running
06.Dreaming Big
07.I Bet You Call
08.Forever
09.Freedom
10.Faithless Love
11.Say Anything
12.The Way We Were 
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The Raconteurs - Help Us Stranger 2019 ( Free Download )

The Raconteurs - Help Us Stranger 2019
The Raconteurs - Help Us Stranger 2019
 If you’re looking for a crowded hangout, try Jack White’s Wikipedia page. From fully realized bands (like the Alison Mosshart-fronted Dead Weather) to one-off collaborations (like his duet with Alicia Keys for the James Bond track “Another Way to Die,” or partnering with Danger Mouse and Norah Jones on the Spaghetti Western album “Rome”), White has always kept a full dance card, before and after the White Stripes disbanded in 2011.

But for all of the different hats that he’s worn, it’s White’s tenure as a member of the Raconteurs that has most consistently showcased his myriad talents. Formed in 2005, the band paired White with Michigan solo artist Brendan Benson and garage rockers Jack Lawrence (bass) and Patrick Keeler (drums) of the Greenhornes. On their 2006 debut, “Broken Boy Soldiers,” and its 2008 follow-up, “Consolers of the Lonely,” White and Benson traded off vocals and guitar licks in a blues-tinged, sometimes psychedelic take on classic rock. Then they decided it was time for a break … a long one.

“Help Us Stranger” arrives 11 years after “Consolers” and finds White at a very different place in his career from when the band first started. He’s created what can only be described as a musical empire of record labels, pressing plants and, not incidentally, a bustling solo career that included 2018’s “Boarding House Reach.” There’s but one reason to explain the return of the Raconteurs after such a lengthy absence: it appears Jack White is ready to have some fun again.

From the first notes of opener “Bored and Razed,” it’s clear that the mood on “Help Us Stranger” is an overwhelmingly playful one. You can sense the giddiness on “Razed,” where frenzied guitars carry the moment and the band’s metropolitan muse, Detroit, gets an early shout-out. The track’s tongue-in-cheek title further speaks to the notion that while White and company aren’t positing that these songs should be taken as jokes, there’s no need to be too serious about them either.

It’s probably safe to presume that most reviews of this record will make a special point of highlighting the contributions of Benson. Though he’ll never have the top echelon fame of his bandmate, Benson is just as integral to the Raconteurs as White. Not only does his presence serve as a foil for some of White’s more indulgent tendencies (look no further than the contrast between “Help Us” and White’s sprawling “Boarding House” for additional proof), but Benson’s affinity for more melodic, pop-adjacent tunes gives the Raconteurs an added bit of sparkle.

It’s as though there’s a melting point for Benson and White — a musical temperature that, when reached, allows them to congeal their talents. This heat can be felt across the album, from the call and repeat chorus of stomper “Help Me Stranger” to the dual vocals and rowdy piano at the heart of “Shine the Light on Me.” There are also a few songs that fail to capture the spirit of White and Benson’s partnership. “Don’t Bother Me” is a frenzied affair that relies too heavily on an oversimplified, repetitive hook and “What’s Yours is Mine” is so focused on getting to its mid-song guitar breakdown that it fails to justify the need for one.

Mostly, though, “Help Us” is a simple, effective return to form for fans of White who continue to hold out hope that a new White Stripes album may one day arrive. That prayer isn’t likely to pay dividends, but with the Raconteurs’ latest offering, listeners can at least take solace in the best consolation prize possible. More importantly, this album is timely proof that White may actually be at his best when he’s constrained by the framework of collaboration. “Boarding House” was an eclectic mish-mash of styles that yielded few gems but revealed White’s willingness to summit any sonic peak he sets his mind on. The Raconteurs’ latest leads one to wonder if his future Everests would best be attempted not as solo ascents, but as part of a team.

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Artist: The Raconteurs
Album: Help Us Stranger
Released: 2019
Style: Alt Rock
Format: MP3 320Kbps
Size: 99 Mb
Total Track: 12 Songs
Album review  
01.Bored and Razed
02.Help Me Stranger
03.Only Child
04.Don’t Bother Me
05.Shine The Light On Me
06.Somedays (I Don’t Feel Like Trying)
07.Hey Gyp (Dig The Slowness)
08.Sunday Driver
09.Now That You’re Gone
10.Live A Lie
11.What’s Yours Is Mine
12.Thoughts And Prayers

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The Fearless Flyers - The Fearless Flyers II 2019 ( Free Download )

The Fearless Flyers - The Fearless Flyers II 2019
The Fearless Flyers - The Fearless Flyers II 2019
 The Fearless Flyers are a quartet of some of the United States' grooviest virtuosos including Joe Dart on bass, Nate Smith on drums, and Cory Wong and Mark Lettieri on guitars. Most of the group are members of Jack Stratton's funk band Vulfpeck, excluding Lettieri, who plays for the Grammy- winning jazz fusion ensemble Snarky Puppy.

Each member brings stellar performances to The Fearless Flyers' original compositions, creating short, layered and approachable funk songs.

The EP kicks off with "Ace of Aces," an intensely groovy and instantly unforgettable monster with simplistic drums, slap bass, and short, smooth licks weaving between relentless rhythm guitar. In barely two minutes, all of the Flyers have shining moments, from Smith's tight fills to Dart's expressive, speedy basswork in the track's climax. "Ace of Aces" is easily the most fun song on the EP, and a perfect introduction to The Fearless Flyers' sound.

"Barbara" opens with a laid back, idiosyncratic drum groove reinforced by layers of lead guitar and bass playing the same punchy, ascending lick. Smith's strongest drumming on the EP appears here, as the simple guitars and bass give him plenty of room to display his constantly-shifting, deft touch. Despite its slow and stripped-back nature, "Barbara" is one of The Fearless Flyers' most complete songs.

Along with the Flyers' original works, the EP includes a few covers, transforming familiar tunes to fit their funky style.

"Under the Sea / Flyers Drive," a reimagined musical number from Disney's "The Little Mermaid," replaces the original's steel drums with rhythm guitars and switches vocals out for a lead guitar performance with heavy bending and sliding. At the halfway mark, the band abandons "Under the Sea" and builds on one chord, adding more and more animated instrumentation before abruptly ending the jam at its zenith. Although this track is not as memorable as original compositions like "Ace of Aces," it preserves the original's carefree mood while remaining detailed and satisfying.

The Fearless Flyers also cover Stevie Wonder's "Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)," transforming the soul track into the Flyer's most bluesy cut. Over the Flyers' rapid rhythm guitar and slap bass, guest guitarist Blake Mills delivers the original track's main melody with crunchy licks and savagely expressive solos. This blues fusion proves that The Fearless Flyers have the chops to blend genres, even if they choose to create mostly similar funk songs.

Despite the undeniable quality of the EP's six tracks, it feels incomplete without more stylistic variety. Their songs are consistently great, but The Fearless Flyers does not come together as a cohesive project. 

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Artist: The Fearless Flyers
Album: The Fearless Flyers II
Released: 2019
Style: R&B
Format: MP3 320Kbps
Size: 44 Mb
Total Track : 6 Songs
Album Review
 01.Flyers Direct
02.The Baal Shem Tov (feat. Joey Dosik)
03.Simon F15
04.Daddy, He Got a Cessna (feat. Chris Thile)
05.Swampers (feat. Chris Thile)
06.Hero Town
 
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Syd B - Water Me 2019 ( Free Download )

Syd B - Water Me 2019
Syd B - Water Me 2019
 21-year-old Syd B has released her debut EP, Water Me, in which she unapologetically blurs the line between neo-soul and old-school R&B with her piercingly honest lyrics and smooth melodies that show an artist mature beyond her years. The EP can be described as being a journey of navigating the world of music, relationships, friendships and adulthood as a young woman. Over five tracks, Syd B shows different sides of her personality, and lets the listener into who she is with views and perspectives that are conveyed beyond a surface level.

"I've been fortunate enough to experience, share, and be vulnerable with some special people, and with this vulnerability I have also put myself in positions where my sense of self has been washed away rather than watered and nourished," says Syd. "These songs explain and allow me to cope with my own ego and the ego of those I surround myself with, power, control, self worth, and intimacy."

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Artist: Syd B
Album: Water Me
Released: 2019
Style: R&B
Format: MP3 320Kbps
Size: 37 Mb
Total Track: 5 Songs
Album review  
01.Night & Day
02.Sweet N Low
03.Ego
04.Water Me (feat. Floyd Fuji)
05.Sober
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Willie Nelson - Ride Me Back Home 2019 ( Free Download )

Willie Nelson - Ride Me Back Home 2019
Willie Nelson - Ride Me Back Home 2019
Two years ago, Willie Nelson delivered God’s Problem Child, a tragicomic heart-stopping meditation on the singer’s rapidly advancing age. A year later, he released an equally sturdy follow-up (2018’s Last Man Standing), and after detouring with his collection of Sinatra standards, the 86-year-old legend is back with Ride Me Back Home, yet another collection of late-life wisdoms and honky-truths.

Despite its reliance on other songwriters to convey mortal meditations (see the pair of choice Guy Clark Covers: “My Favorite Picture of You” and the timely “Immigrant Eyes”), Nelson’s latest is a crucial addition to the legend’s masterful late-career songbook. “Come on time/What have you got for me, this time?” the wordplay wizard asks early on, summoning up his last few years of creative blossoming amidst health scares. “I’ll take your words of wisdom/And I’ll try to make ‘em rhyme.”

Ride Me Back Home is set to the same worn-in light country-roots blend Nelson has fine-tuned over the past decade-plus with producer Buddy Cannon. This time around, however, Nelson expands upon the songbook he’s been drawing from in his carefully-curated mortal trilogy, offering his own versions of Billy Joel (“Just the Way You Are”) and Mac Davis (“It’s Hard to Be Humble”) along the way.

Nelson’s vocal prowess remains unaffected by age, timeless in its singular phrasing and unconventional approach to rhythm. On Ride Me Back Home, he uses his voice, that profound American musical instrument, to convey his Texas zen on songs like the title track and the fresh original “One More Song to Write.” “I’ve got one more hill to climb, and it’s somewhere in my mind,” he sings, utterly at peace, on the latter. “I’ll know it when it’s right/I’ve got one more song to write.”

File Information:
Artist: Willie Nelson
Album: Ride Me Back Home
Released: 2019
Style: Country
Format: MP3 320Kbps
Size: 102 Mb
Total Track: 11 Songs
Album Review
01.Ride Me Back Home
02.Come On Time
03.My Favorite Picture of You
04.Seven Year Itch
05.Immigrant Eyes
06.Stay Away from Lonely Places
07.Just the Way You Are
08.One More Song to Write
09.Nobody’s Listening
10.It’s Hard to Be Humble
11.Maybe I Should’ve Been Listening
 
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Sunday, June 23, 2019

Dj Paul - Power, Pleasure And Painful Things 2019 ( Free Download )

Dj Paul - Power, Pleasure And Painful Things 2019
Dj Paul - Power, Pleasure And Painful Things 2019
 I can't think of too many current artists who could manage a guest list quite as eclectic as DJ Paul. His latest EP, the evocatively titled Power, Pleasure & Painful Things, allowed him to reach for unexplored depths of talent during the recruitment process. While the addition of Wifisfuneral and Rob Vicious figures to be a modest score, how many "old heads" could pull off such a feat?

Furthermore, how did DJ Paul go about luring Beanie Sigel out of his strict face pose, long enough to record his portion of "Real Money." DJ Paul has a lot of explaining to do. This "old head" has earned our attention, so make like a sieve, and let this KNOWLEDGE seep on through.

File Information:
Artist: Dj Paul
Album: Power, Pleasure And Painful Things
Released: 2019
Style: Hip Hop
Format: MP3 320Kbps
Size: 64 Mb
Total Track : 12 songs
Album Review  
01.The Journey Begins (Creepin Intro)
02.Creepin (feat. Wifisfuneral)
03.Life Figured out (Easy Way Intro)
04.The Easy Way (feat. Seed of 6ix)
05.A Cleaner Way (Came up Intro)
06.Came Up (feat. Rob Vicious)
07.No More Small Time (Real Money Intro)
08.Real Money (feat. Beanie Sigel)
09.Life Got Real (They Beefin Intro)
10.They Beefin
11.Gettin Caught up (They Beefin Outro)
12.Paul’s Outro

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