Posts Tagged ‘Soul Cuts’


Listen to CHIDI on the Soul Cuts podcast

March 27, 2012

The latest Soul Cuts podcast is here, featuring Chidi’s fantastic new cut I Love It When We Talk.

Listen here:

Pure soul!


WINSTON WARRIOR keeps it movin’ with Soul Cuts

January 20, 2012

Soul Cuts have just published a fantastic interview with Winston Warrior, talking in great detail about new single Keep Movin’, album Lifeology 101,  as well as his experiences in the industry.

Read the interview in full here:


LALAH HATHAWAY tells Soul Cuts Where It All Begins

December 20, 2011


Soul Cuts have come up trumps with a great new interview with Lalah Hathaway talking in-depth about her new album Where It All Begins.

Read the interview in full here:

Great stuff!


LEDISI talks to Soul Cuts

October 13, 2011

Head over to Soul Cuts to read/hear a great interview with Ledisi talking about her new album Pieces of Me.

The link below features a transcript of the interview and a great podcast of the Soul Cuts radio show, featuring clips from the interview and some hot tracks from the album!

Check it out here:

And of her recent show at London’s Bush Hall, they write:

Ledisi brought the house down, with new fans and the old faithful leaving the venue deeply satisfied.”



Soul Cuts rave about new BEVERLY KNIGHT remix

August 25, 2011

Soul Cuts have posted a brilliant blog raving about Tomo’s remix for Beverley Knight’s Apparently Nothin’ (released Monday).

Under the headline “This New Beverley Knight Remix Is Definitely Something”, they write:

“One of the more interesting covers on the album was Apparently Nothin’, originally on the undisputed classic Road to Freedom album by The Young Disciples. Bev’s take, with new Hidden Beach vocalist Glenn Scott, mixed things up a little with more than a hint of D’Angelo’s classic Left & Right. With the cut about to be released as a single, soul remix supremo, Neil Thomson has had a go at it under his Regrooved banner and created a blissed out soulcut of the highest order, giving the track a languid, yet fresh, vibe that surpasses Bev’s original. While the album take will be of some interest to the serious soul consumer, this Regrooved version deserves the connoisseur’s undivided attention.”

Read the post in full here:

Great stuff!


5 stars for ELECTRIC EMPIRE + new interview!

July 19, 2011

The buzz continues to build for Electric Empire’s self-titled debut album, with this fantastic 5 star review from!

Writes Bill Buckley:

“Different commentators have tried to come up with reference points to Electric Empire’s sound and most keep coming back to the Stevie Wonder/Al Green axis. And yes, there’s a distinct flavour of both maestros about their work. The most obvious Stevie reference comes on the complex ‘Then It’s Over’. On it, there’s a lovely wandering clavinet weaving in and out of Dowlut’s vocal as he caresses lyrics that speak of “other galaxies” and “never-returning shooting stars”… all very Wonderous. There’s more Stevie (circa ‘Songs In The Key Of Life’) flavours on ‘Have You Around’, ‘Brother’, ‘I Just Give It’ and ‘Life Again’ , while the big Al Green homage is the already and rightly big, ‘Baby Your Lovin”. It’s so good that it would standout on any album… here, it’s just one of many great tracks.”

Read the review in full here:

Also, check out this BRILLIANT interview with the boys over at Soul Cuts, where they talk in great depth about the album and their musical influences. It’s a great piece that really captures where the guys are at musically, and also features some killer live clips that must be seen!

Read the interview here:

Great stuff!


ELECTRIC EMPIRE album review + watch clip from last night’s show!

July 5, 2011

Check out this BRILLIANT review of the upcoming Electric Empire album over at Soulcuts.

Soulcuts write:

“…There’s little doubt that Stevie’s shadow looms heavy over the whole Electric Empire album. Some critics may view the preponderance of Stevie-styled cuts as simple pastiche, but I would argue that the songwriting, musicianship and production are so strong that, although comparisons are inevitable, the album stands alone as a compelling collection of timeless soul cuts. Indeed, I’ve always been of the opinion that Stevie’s unique take on soul music actually created a genuine sub-genre. If you accept this idea, then Electric Empire can be enjoyed on its own indefatigable merits.”

Loving that!

Read the review in full here:

The guys played a SOLD OUT London show at Camden’s Water Rats venue last night (alongside New Street Adventure).

Watch a great clip of I Just Wanna Give It from the show here:

Stonking stuff!