Vinylly is an app that bases dating recommendations on our listening habits, capitalising on the idea that the songs we love reflect our personalities, the people we are, and those things we value. We get to see the app in action, in the video for ‘Just Believe’, the new single from electronic artists, tyDi and JES.
Born in Chile, but now based in Scotland (via a stint in Brazil), Juan Rojo got his start in music at a very early age, when he realised a passion for the sounds of Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Jorge González & Los Prisioneros, and classical composers, such as Beethoven, as well as the electro breakdance and Hip Hop stylings of which rose up in New York.
‘Getting Back To It Now’, set for release tomorrow, October 16, is the new single from Darren Jesse’s sophomore album, ‘Remover’. Best known as co-founder and drummer for Chapel Hill alt-pop act, Ben Folds Five, Jesse has had a 25 year history in the music business, and has released music since 2004 under the nom de plume of Hotel Lights. ‘Getting Back To It Now’ is the follow up to the single, ‘Cape Elizabeth’, which we wrote about at the end of July.
It’s crazy to think we’re talking about albums set for release in October, but suddenly it’s August already, so here we are. Darren Jessee is probably best known for being the co-founder and drummer of Ben Folds Five, but he’s a solo performer as well, and his latest album, ‘Remover’, the follow up to 2018’s ‘The Jane, Room 217’, is set for release on October 16, through Bar/None Records. ‘Cape Elizabeth’, from the forthcoming album, came out on 31 July.
Following last night’s captivating performance by Grammy-winners Billie Eilish and Hans Zimmer at the BRIT Awards, Decca Records announces the release of Zimmer’s first ever Bond score: the official soundtrack to the latest film in the James Bond saga, No Time To Die (2020). Released globally on 27 March 2020, the soundtrack promises high drama, glamour and, of course, the famous Bond “suspense” motif.