Electric Women is reporting back from a short (work-related) break with an incredibly intimate remix by Shura. The London-based producer and singer does some rearranging and tweaking on ‘Say You Love Me’ by Britain’s electro-soul darling Jessie Ware.
The result is this four minute beauty, which is dominated by a moan-like synth line and slowly progresses from having a soothing quality towards an upbeat and uplifting ending. It leaves one with the simple directive, expressed by a masculine-sounding distorted voice, to ‘Fall in Love’ – thereby excitingly contrasting Jessie Ware’s repeated statement: ‘I don’t wanna fall in love’.
Genre: Futurebeats / Soul
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After featuring Music Junkies a while ago, Adi Ulmanksy, who will play at the Berlin Festival tomorrow, is the next upcoming act from Tel-Aviv’s club scene. On her songs the very versatile Adi fulfills the roles of producer, singer as well as rapper. After releasing her first Mixtape ‘Shit just got real’ in early 2013 and the ‘Hurricane Girl’ EP later that year, she has become one of Israel’s most internationally acclaimed electronic artists.
‘Save me from myself’ came into being during her recent stay in London and originated from a deep feeling of melancholy. The soulful vocals, together with her almost avant-garde beats, create a deep and warm atmosphere. I don’t mind Adi being lonely again every once in a while if this is what she makes of it.
Genre: Futurebeats / Nu’ Soul
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A K U A is a 28yr old musician of Canadian/Ghanaian descent from Montreal who first came to greater prominence with her 2013 debut EP ‘One’s Company’ while prior to that taking an exciting path to becoming the outstanding artist she is today.
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Just a very short post today, as this tune is still fresh and definitely doesn’t deserve to get overlooked, but there’s only so much time in a day. It’s Bearcubs remix of ‘No Other Way’ by the wonderful Sinead Harnett.
Sinead is a london-based singer of irish-thai descent, that incorporates electronic elements into every one of her songs, that are otherwise soaking with Soul and R&B classiness. She released her debut single ‘Got Me’ only a little more than a year ago and already featured, very successfully, on some Disclosure songs before that.
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Shuanise is part of the new, very cosmopolitan nu-soul movement. She was born in the US, was raised and still lives in London while having a Nigerian ancestry. This particular tune was to be found on her ‘Voice of Reason’ EP , released by UpMyAlley, that was put out in 2009. It is produced by fLako, and his beats provide the perfect backdrop for Shuanise’s soulful vocals.
I have become such a sucker for everything neo-soul and I don’t know how this tune possibly got past me. One of my favorite finds this year.
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Fatima is a soul-singer from Sweden, although residing in London for some time already, that really surprised me with the range of musical heritages she manages to include in her songs by delegating the beat production to a diverse array of producers. Her african influences (she was born to a Swedish mother and a Senegalese father) are clearly noticeable and she combines it with the modern western electronic and soul sounds she grew up with. ‘La Neta’ is a perfect example of the soundscapes Fatima manages to pack into just one single song.
She has definitely become one of my favorite artists of the Nu Soul movement and I find it hard to disagree when she says that “the combination between soul and electronic sounds is the future”. Her amazing debut album ‘Yellow Memories’ was also released only this month. She’s a real sure shot for the future of women in electronic music.
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This collaboration between young English singer Nao and A.K. Paul, brother of the hyped Jai Paul, whose sound A.K.’s production definitely resembles, is a very classy future-soul tune that will easily stick to your eardrums and create a constant pleasant tingling sensation. If this is a measure for their potential, there is much to expect from both of these young prospects in the future. Continue reading Nao vs. A. K. Paul – So Good