Grande played her hit single “Break Free”, while teaming with buzzy PBR&B singer/producer the Weekend on “Love Me Harder”.
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New Zealand trio Ha the Unclear deals in a kind of pop that might be called “retro” or “vintage”. As made clear by the opening passage of “85”, the newest tune from the trio’s forthcoming album Bacterium, Look at Your Motor Go, both in terms of production and songwriting choice, these guys would have been comfortable in the musical environs of the mid-to-late ‘60s. Beginning with a somewhat sunny disposition, buoyed by some Beach Boys-esque backing vocals, the song then takes a turn for the more reflective as it comes to its conclusion, with some wisely placed strings really driving home the song’s emotion.
Drummer Julian Bahula was hugely prolific in the South African jazz scene in the mid-to-late ‘60’s, making music with groups such as the Malombo Jazz Makers, Jabula, and Jazz Afrika. Fans of world and jazz music can’t afford to miss his unique brand of rhythmic effervescence.