The first artist producer David Foster has developed and produced since discovering Michael Bublé, Missouri native Brenna Whitaker has the voice to become the next big name in vocal jazz/pop. On the soulful cover of Burt Bacharach’s classic “Anyone Who Had a Heart”, from her self-titled debut album, she starts off subtly and proceeds to knock it clear out of the park.
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The brainchild of musician Brent Puls, Los Angeles project Cataline draws heavily from not only the likes of Passion Pit and M83, but classic 1980s electropop/new wave as well. Baltimora, anyone? At any rate, Cataline has a new EP called Turing Test coming out on 6 November, and you can stream the effervescent five-track record below.
Combining classic bluegrass balladry with a flair for the experimental, the fiddle duo of Rachel Baiman and Christian Sedelmyer have recently released their newest album Weight of the World. In addition they’ve just put out a video for the fantastic song “Oscar’s Verdict”, which transforms the real-life story of Oscar Pistorius into a chilling murder ballad.
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