Linda Clifford's four late 1970s albums showcase her range, even if they don't stand out from the life-after-disco scene.
Noname's Room 25 is vintage neo-soul and future rap hand in hand; a soulful sanctuary for those turned off by the austerity of mainstream mumble rap.
Covering one of Ray Charles' most beloved albums track by track, the Band of Heathens' A Message From the People Revisited honors the humanity and soul of Charles with an Americana flair.
Con Brio curates a moody, expressive story through the smooth and captivating soul of their latest single, "Body Language".
Buoyed by the remarkable soul vocals of frontman Paul "St. Paul" Janeway, Young Sick Camellia is a record steeped in tradition that still defies easy categorization.
From "Love in C Minor" to "Supernature", legendary drummer and producer Marc Cerrone recalls the classic recordings that propelled him to the forefront of disco and beyond.
Swamp Dogg sings to and with himself on Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune to create a cyborg-like voice that suggests the essential loneliness of human beings locked in separate body machines.
In this edition we have swaggering rock 'n' roll from Sisteray, shadowy trip hop from Alpines, classy contemporary pop from RuthAnne, intricate ambient techno from Inland, and life-affirming pop-punk from the Run Up.
Tucson singer-songwriter Nic Pool collaborates with MSFTSRep DJ Daniel D'Artiste on a captivating remix of his latest single.
Featuring stunning new sounds from Fujiya and Miyagi frontman David Best, anthemic alt-rock from Fatherson, fresh dancehall influenced grime from Stratz, emotive post-dubstep from Model Man, and a sun-drenched banger from Petrie.
Norway's Bernhoft and the Fashion Bruises propel pop forward with a soulful spirit on their new album Humanoid.