Groover Playlist 59 | Feel The Vibrations

Enoi, Toni Rossetto, Black Paisley and more new finds from around the globe.

Enoki clues you in, Toni Rossetto takes a stroll, Black Paisley make it last, Eagle Sky creates a fine state of affairs, Køleen takes it one step at a time and more in today’s submissions from Groover, a platform that connects artists with critics like me for a small fee. You can (and should) subscribe to my Tinnitist Groover Top 100 playlist HERE, or you can listen to it via the widget at the lower right of every page on this site. If you want to be in an upcoming playlist, click the link just below the widget or go HERE. But first, spend some quality time with these quality tunes:


Enoki | Let You Know

HOME BASE: Belgium.
GENRE: Funk-Pop.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Great grooving rhythms, uplifting melodies and a raw, upbeat energy that just keeps giving — welcome to the funk-fuelled world of Enoki, an emerging artist making his mark on the global music scene. His style is bold, daring and impossible to pigeonhole, blurring the line between jazz and dance with anthemic hooks and infectious beats. He’s known for his electrifying performance style and innate ability to really get the party going with his tracks that are simply brimming with raw untamed energy. Enoki’s influences vary wildly as he continues to experiment in a diverse range of sounds. Fueled by funk and built on passion, Let You Know, the latest track from Enoki, is a groove-dripped floor-filler. It serves as the perfect soundtrack to anybody going through the trials and tribulations of life and is looking to be uplifted. With grooving guitars, euphoria-fuelled horns and irresistibly catchy rhythms, the song is upbeat and soothes the listener through its inspiring lyrics.”

Toni Rossetto | Walking

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Jazz-Pop.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Toni Rossetto is a French-Sicilian guitarist who has developped his own touch and sound. Technically, he is distinguished by a recognizable touch and his great mastery of complex techniques such as tapping, slap, legato, hybrid picking, smooth chords and jazzy touch. His first album What About Changes was released in 2018.”

Black Paisley | Save The Best

HOME BASE: Sweden.
GENRE: Hard Rock.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Meet the late bloomers of Black Paisley, with their version of modern hard rock. It’s a refreshing breeze in the Classic Rock arena, with catchy choruses and riff-based songs. Save The Best is a song from the brand-new album Rambler.”

Køleen | What Am I Waiting For

HOME BASE: Austria.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Austrian singer-songwriter Køleen has been passionate about music since her early childhood. Her artist name is a mixture between her first name “Nicole” and the word “kolin,” a term used in forestry. Nature is a source of inspiration for Køleen, who is one of a small number of female foresters. Her debut single What Am I Waiting For is about braving the challenges of life. It is all about not giving up and carrying on, step by step. So what are you waiting for?”

Eagle Sky | Affaires

HOME BASE: France.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Eagle Sky is a French artist who likes to mix universes to create new and hybrid products. As part of his music, Eagle Sky go from French to English but also from rapping to singing. The essence of Eagle Sky’s music is authenticity — he takes inspiration from what he has lived, seen, felt and experienced. He wants to inspire and motivate his fans to reach for their goals and never give up. Affaires talks about the adversity that it is possible to encounter when setting up projects — especially from people who do not support but who hope to have a piece of the cake at the end.”

LPE La Pire Espèce | Petit Buu

HOME BASE: France.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “The most villainous team of rappers from the South of France present a project which brings together the entire LPE gang. Each member brings different skills to the collective — everything from production to videos and distribution — in order to deliver the best version of the team. Jhaune Lemon, Dicko, Platon, Ibra, Syd, Igrek, The Hood and Maevol, like an eight-headed Cerberus, open the gates of Hell to you in 2020 La Pire Espèce shows a more introspective facet on Petit Buu. Performed by Jhaune Lemon, Ibra, Le Hood and Syd over a haunting production by Hima, the track explores the dilemmas of individuals and society through chiseled verses and a unifying chorus.”

Zëe | Substance

HOME BASE: Canada.
GENRE: Trap.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “My universe is RnB-style rap. Or as I like to call it, trap and beats. My musical influences are Hamza, Damso, Pnb Rock, Aboogie, etc. I like to believe that I offer a style not really found in hip-hop.”

NevilleSounds | Wicked Game

HOME BASE: United Kingdom.
GENRE: Pop-Rock.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “I released my first cover song today: Wicked Game. I love Chris Isaak’s original and wanted to work it in a pop-rock format.”

Chiara Foschiani | My Glass Of Wine

HOME BASE: France.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Chiara Foschiani‘s atmospheric pop, driven by basslines and intense beats, shows a unique sound full of emotion. Chiara tells us stories with powerful, sometimes disturbing lyrics. With her charismatic and confident voice, she brings us into her mysterious and sharp world. Chiara is inspired by artists with open minds and strong sensibilities, but above all she has her own sound, voice and artistic expression. Her second single My Glass Of Wine presents a new facet of her upcoming EP.”

The Rooves | Neighbourhood

HOME BASE: United Kingdom.
GENRE: Indie-Pop.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE:The Rooves are a five-piece indie rock/bedroom pop band who formed at a house party during sixth form. The band have quietly formed an ever-growing following in the region; performing sell out gigs at notorious venues. The Rooves’ sound is ironically upbeat and cleverly manufactured, taking inspiration from the likes of Easy Life and Clairo. Their latest release Neighbourhood deals with lockdown, isolation, breakups and new beginnings. The band recorded by sending sound files to each other and developing the song over late-night bedroom Zooms.”

Vega Missile | Love You

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Electronica.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Love You is an electronic album with strong yet mellow beats. It has obvious influences from the ’80s, like Justice and Daft Punk, along with more diverse and obscure ones from The Four Tops to Patrick Hernandez! There is a whole sci-fi story accompanying the album.”

Panem | Face Tomorrow

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Rock.
THE BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “We’re a female-fronted rock band from France. The name Panem comes from the Latin phrase Panem and Circenses (bread and circuses). We like to think that we’re telling stories through music. We’re kind of progressive in that respect — we’re musically open-minded, but we’re not really into long, complex structures. Some people find us to be indie rock, others say post-rock with vocals. Face Tomorrow is the fifth single from our debut album. This one is one of our heavier and more elaborate songs. It is basically about the desire for peaceful coexistence, and how that is hindered by the global political ineptitude operating on a different, warmongering agenda.”