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Stephen Carmichael, a young singer and musician in Brisbane, Australia, with a striking performance persona, has been reviving the pop music of the early 1980s for the last couple of years
Dan Halamandres and Elyza Nicholas, hailing from Southend-on-Sea in England, together form the duo Caleb, and their music partakes of the melancholy of seaside regions, as do
Ali Brustofski is a singer in New York with a voice and a band whose sound could – and probably will – rock whole stadiums. She’s got great volume! And she also excels in duets, for instance in
These days there’s some very witty dance music being made in Ghent, Belgium – by an outfit with the name of Boogie Belgique. Who knew that dialogue from the classic Hollywood cinema would lend
Born in Alabama and having lived in Boston, Nigeria, various European countries, and New York – where he was well-known in the experimental music scene – before settling in Tokyo
A young band from Amsterdam, Avant la Lettre – Laurens Radstake (vocals, guitar, keys, bass, programming), Erwin Stoepman (keys, guitar), Lyangelo Vasquez (bass, keys), Titus Zeldenrust
Currently a duo (a trio up until early this year), the “Internet band” The Shures now comprises Gabriel Cabrera, from Sydney, and Chris Kennedy, from London (with, in a recent collaboration
In Jakub Rizman’s hands – a Slovakian harpist with a conservatory training – the harp becomes an instrument as fierce as it is beautiful, thus doing away with the slight disdain in which it is
Hailing from Geneva, Switzerland, singer and songwriter Shan Malaika imbues everything she sings – in flawless English no less – with an abundance of soul, and she doesn’t avoid even some of the
A musician in the Antwerp area, Jan Kerckhofs is especially fond of acoustic material, whether British or American, and he delivers it marvelously. And he’s one of a number of
Landon Gadoci is a singer and piano-player living in Austin, Texas – though he travels often – who excels in conveying inward feeling; he knows a thing or two about the human heart.
Tiago Braga, from Portugal, is a pianist, singer, and – it’s becoming clear – a born presence on stage; he’s a performer with a strong sense of the way English should sound, not to