Down The Drain – Clara Zimm (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

There is something old-school about Clara Zimm’s voice. Like a mid-twentieth century, European diva meandering her way through polite society and cafe culture, tugging heartstrings with the depth and emotion, regret and romance of her lingering and languid torch songs. But in contrast musically speaking she is about as modern as you can get. And... Continue Reading →

A Short Conversation with ARIELLA

As musicians you seem to be a perfect match, what brought you together and can you tell me a bit about the individual journeys which got you to this point? Nicolaas- I originally came to Sarasota to attend Ringling School of Art and Design as an illustration major. Ari was 8 years old at the time. While there I... Continue Reading →

Itch – Sonya Teclai (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

The great thing, well, one of the many great things, about Sonya Teclai’s latest single, is the way that it wanders such loose, smooth and sensual lines but simultaneously plays with interesting drum patterns and slightly, and certainly purposefully, off-kilter grooves. You would think that the latter approach to the beats which underpin the song... Continue Reading →

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