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Photos: St. Paul And The Broken Bones @ Danforth Music Hall

Photos by: Josh Ladouceur – Southern Soul band St. Paul And The Broken Bones, who released their third album, Young Sick Camellia, on September 7th, 2018, performed at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto last night (Oct. 7th).  

Charles Bradley Cancels Tour Due To Illness

By: Staff – Charles Bradley has announced the cancellation of all upcoming tour dates due to illness. The beloved soul singer was diagnosed with stomach cancer last fall and, after undergoing treatment and beating it, he returned to the road this past spring. He began to feel run down during recent tour dates and learned … Continue reading

Premiere: Stream Chad Price’s Soulful New Album “Chad Price”

By: Staff – If you were asked to describe the music of Chad Price’s self-titled sophomore album (out Jan. 27th) in three words, those words might just be, “grown folk music”…at least that’s how Price himself answers the question of what his music has evolved into since his 2012 debut album: “The music I’m making now has … Continue reading

Photos: Michael Kiwanuka @ O2 Ritz Manchester

Photos by: Priti Shikotra – Soul artist Michael Kiwanuka, who released his second album, Love and Hate, on July 15th, 2016 via Polydor/Interscope, performed at the O2 Ritz Manchester in Manchester, UK last night.

Interview: The Suffers talk early beginnings, collaborating, and music festival murals

By: Josh Terzino – Here to shake up the notion that they’re another soul revival band. The Suffers are just as much influenced by classic rock & roll, country, Latin and Southern hip hop as they are the Stax/Volt or Muscle Shoals era. The 10-piece band are bringing a fresh approach to what they have coined … Continue reading

Photos: Charles Bradley @ Thalia Hall

Photos by: Brigid Gallagher – Funk/soul singer-songwriter Charles Bradley, who released his third album, Changes, on April 1st, 2016 via Daptone Records, which features a cover of the Black Sabbath song of the same name, performed at Thalia Hall in Chicago last night.

Interview: Wild Nothing talks “Life of Pause”, soul music, and experimentation

By: Gemma Mastroianni – When Jack Tatum (aka Wild Nothing) began work on Life of Pause, his third full-length to date, he had lofty ambitions: Don’t just write another album; create another world. One with enough detail and texture and dimension that a listener could step inside, explore, and inhabit it as they see fit. This album goes … Continue reading