Groover Playlist 160 | Fine Tuning

Another killer lineup of great new music from around the corner & around the world.

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Ojos get dangerous, Electric Enemy ride with the devil, LohArano do it live, SaturneVille somnambulate 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) follow me on Spotify HERE, check out my Top 200 playlist HERE, or 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, go HERE. But first, spend some quality time with these fine tunes:

 


Ojos | Peligrosa

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Indie-Rock.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “The music of Ojos is born from duality. Between two souls, two worlds. Half pop, half urban, it is refined, resolutely contemporary. Half Spanish-speaking, half French-speaking, it showcases the perpetual tension between love and hate, sweetness and violence, madness and reason. To sublimate the contrast of emotions, the productions are adorned with hip-hop accents, without abandoning the guitar, which preserves the balance of the whole. As a male/female duo, Ojos defend the equality of sexes and genders in their lyrics. The members of the duo, through their music, defend the rights of women, while aiming to prevent against harassment, as well as sexual and sexist violence. Peligrosa is the first single from Ojos‘ upcoming second EP. It’s a story of harassment: In 2016, Elodie was threatened with death online. Peligrosa means dangerous. It’s when you’re not afraid anymore and you take back the power.”


Electric Enemy | Take The Wheel

HOME BASE: United Kingdom.
GENRE: Indie-Rock.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Electric Enemy are a dynamic London rock band making music in response to the world around them, speaking to a generation looking for something they can relate to. They make music with a message that’s as powerful as their hook-laden sound, with lyrics that tell tales of broken hearts, a broken world, and breaking boundaries. Take The Wheel deals with the difficult topic of our own mortality and the futility we can sometimes feel in life. Says singer Jim Lawton:“Take The Wheel was written from a perspective of anxiety and discontentment, and is about letting a part of yourself that you might normally bury come out to play. Take The Wheel is Electric Enemy experimenting with more of a ‘dancey’ feel rhythmically, and we sought to take inspiration from some of our favourite acts in that genre, with both Daft Punk and Justice being strong production references. Some of our favourite rock bands have also taken a stroll down a more groove-ridden road such as Queens Of The Stone Age and Royal Blood, and we loved their results. We wanted to make a song that says ‘I’m having an existential life crisis, but damn I could dance.’ ”


LohArano | Sidina

HOME BASE: Madagascar.
GENRE: Metal.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Rock and malagasy ternary rhythms join the big sound of rock and metal. LohArano means ‘the source,’ a roar of the new generation. The powerful trio are led by the charismatic Mahalia on lead vocals and guitar; she assumes her feminism in a country where being a female rocker is (almost) heretical. Mika is on bass; he doesn’t stay in place, he grooves with super-powerful rhythms even jazzy and funky tones. Natiana is the drummer, the flow is hectic, his tones hitting and striking. Their first concert outside Madagascar in 2021 was a big success, leaving their mark on everyone who saw them on stage of the 43rd Trans Musicales Festival of Rennes.”


SaturneVille | (The Ancient and Honorable Art of Suburban) Sleepwalking

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Electronica.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “On a beautiful morning in 2011, Djama and Alaska Flo — the heads of a two-headed monster — landed on Earth from their distant planet. After taking on an almost-human form, they set about observing the earthlings on YouTube to understand them better. That was a failure, but it was there that they discovered amazing sounds that would leave their mark forever. They came from creatures with such absurd names as Stevie Wonder, Kraftwerk, Flying Lotus and Radiohead. Without further ado the mutants immediately set up their own music combo, mixing sci-fi film soundtracks, funk and electro. Its name: SaturneVille, in homage to their city of origin. After the Welcome to SaturneVille EP in 2015, the album Of Dreams, Nightmares and the Undoubtable Benefits of Sleep Deprivation was released in May. Designed around the theme of dreams and nightmares, the album oscillates between lo-fi soul touches, dreamy electronics and DIY instrumental hip-hop.”


Nadine Altounji | 3ala Bali (ft. Dana El Masri & Ali Omar El-Farouk)

HOME BASE: Canada.
GENRE: World.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Nadine Altounji is a Montreal singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose musical passion and skills are deeply rooted in the rich soil of her family’s Syrian homeland. In addition to being a talented vocalist, Nadine is a consummate musician, playing the piano, guitar, bass and oud. Her first solo EP I Still, fusing Middle Eastern music with a folk and pop sensibility, was released in 2016 under the name Nja. Her latest release, the album The Stories that Tie Us to Trees, combines Middle Eastern and South American musical traditions. With it, Nadine reclaims her full name and her identity as a citizen of the world.”


Anuolu | Who Failed You

HOME BASE: Nigeria.
GENRE: R&B / Soul.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Anuolu is a singer-songwriter from Nigeria working on her debut album. Born Aniwanou Abigail Anuoluwapo, she has been writing songs for many years. She is now taking her music to the next level. Who Failed You?, her third single, is about what people must do to make it in this world. “Life in Nigeria isn’t easy!,” Anuolu says. “Many people cannot afford to get higher education and blame everyone else for their day-to-day struggle to survive. Produced by music technologist and entrepreneur Amir Vinci, it’s a groovy afro waltz and a moving beat.”


Rossi Scarlette | La Vague

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Rossi Scarlette (Anna Scarfagna Rossi) was born in Italy but live in Paris. She writes songs about her life, utilizing sounds and melodies inspired from both Italian and French culture, and from West African music.”


Kaplyn | Vertige De La Nuit

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Dance-Pop.
THE TRANSLATED & EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “I’m Kaplyn: Actor, author, composer, performer, I’m 30 years old. I live between Paris and Caen. I launched my solo project in 2021. I am developing a French pop universe tinged with rock, song, rap and electro, with personal lyrics. As part of my “one single per month” challenge, I present Vertige De La Nuit. This is a piece with electro pop-rock sounds, about a guy who sees a beautiful girl passing through the crowd of a trendy club and who will try everything to find her.”


Moïse Turizer | Telev1s10n

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Electronica.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Moïse Turizer are a synth-punk duo somewhere between Suicide, Chemical Brothers, Animal Collective and John Maus. Their music is punctuated by syncopated beats and sublimated by chilling guitars. After the tumult of 2020, they is preparing an EP titled Modern Light, with colder tones veering toward electronic post-punk. Working in collaboration with the French electronic producer Ouai Stéphane, they have taken a rather radical turn towards maximal and very powerful electronic music, but still a bit pop.”


Pain Behavior | Heavy Light

HOME BASE: United States.
GENRE: Electronica.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Pain Behavior, pka Enrique Jesus Hernandez, was born in New York City and now resides in the Los Angeles. An artist who touches the far dark regions of the soul with an electronic edge, he hopes their art empowers individuals on their journey toward comfort in the human body and mind. Less is more in his new track Heavy Light, which paints a clear picture of the dangers of love and attachment while still letting the listener fill in the blanks with their own imagination. From the first note that plays, the listener knows that the story about to unfold is going to be dark. The track starts off slow and deep, with a thunderous vibration that can be felt in the bottom of one’s gut, while also feeling almost trapped in something empty and heavy. Regardless, we’re intrigued to go further into the abyss, trusting Hernandez to take us into the depths of what’s to come. This song is a slow burn in the best way possible, building up anticipation with a developing track that takes its time to get to the core.”


Sauce Blanche | Sauce Session – Mangabey’s French Cheese with Chef Wilfried Romain, Paris

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Dance-Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Sauce Blanche is a Parisian food and music curator. Since 2020, we have produced live sessions in restaurant kitchens. An artist plays a song while a chef cooks his speciality. Today, we present our latest Sauce Session with the electro artist Mangabey performing his track French Cheese while chef Wilfried Romain cooks his dish Cheesygreen, made of grilled broccoli, peas and French Brie de Melun cheese.”


Keep It Mellow | All We Need

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Pop-rock
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Keep It Mellow plays with genres and gender. The non-binary Parisian artist’s first project Nº13 is an interactive, genre-bending synesthetic piece divided into three EPs: 4310153, 4310 and Mellow. From rock to trip-hop and lo-fi to pop-rock, the most important part is the emotion. The universe is driven by the main character, a malfunctioning hyper-emotional non-binary robot called Mellow. All We Need is the first step of the story: The early teenage years of this character discovering their emotions and life. Have you ever hear, ‘All you need is love?’ Have you ever thought that was a bit indefinite? This song counterbalances the approach with one thought: If love is all we need, why are you miserable?”


Veron Lou | Just A Number

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Jazz-Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Veron Lou spends her life between France, Switzerland and Thailand. She has lived in Singapore, the Seychelles and Bali. “I wrote my first melodies 20 years ago. Busy with everyday life, plans and travels, my songs were put away in a drawer. However, since I was 13 when I sang with a choir at the Salle Pleyel in Paris, there was this little voice inside me that came back to tease me, whispering ‘What if?’ It took time but I finally listened to it. And I’m glad to open up with Just A Number, which talks about age and how it feels. The song gives out a summer vibe and a captivating atmosphere. I grew up surrounded by incomparable female singers like Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Barbra Streisand, Sade, Annie Lennox and Kate Bush. On male side, I am a huge fan of Queen, Santana and Bowie. It is never too late to produce something that is close to our hearts, whatever the difficulty, age or era of time.”


Mordigan Ritter | Easy Man

HOME BASE: United Kingdom.
GENRE: Foik.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “This song was born after I met people that developed mental-health problems after being in the military service — people that have their regrets, that would do anything to go back and make a change, people with a never resting mind, with nightmares that haunt them day and night. Some of them they really need help. This song is for them: People looking for forgiveness, people in need of a friend, people like me and you.”


The Dark Tenor | Darker Hearts + When You Roar

HOME BASE: Germany.
GENRE: Classical Rock.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:The Dark Tenor are the most successful classical-meets-rock act in Germany. Darker Hearts is a new release created in Berlin. Beethoven, Bach and Mozart were the punks, rockers and popsters of their time. With When You Roar, I have taken an uptempo approach to Bach’s masterpiece Preludium No. 1.”


Brachmond | Labyrinth

HOME BASE: Germany.
GENRE: Folk-Metal.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Brachmond (old German for fallow moon) combine medieval folk instrumentation and ancient-language lyrics with rock and metal elements to create an unforgettable, enthralling sound — a successful mix of Subway to Sally, Feuerschwanz and Eluveitie. Their latest track Labyrinth describes the kind of despair almost everyone experiences at some point in life. In a world turning ever faster, where you’ve got to run to keep up, you need to draw your own map to not get lost. You may be the only one who can read it but that is what makes it unique.”


AbsolutUnsa | Open Bar Obéis, From Piano to Techno, La Totale

HOME BASE: France / Germany.
GENRE: Indie-Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:AbsolutUnsa are the sensual duo of Sara and Sylvain. “We love meaning, sound and words,” they say. “We try to harmonize, to complement each other, to unite in our qualities and our faults. We have common battles that we like to defend: The planet, the polar bears, the little prince, the feminine. Our target is to simply continue to write and compose because we love it.”


Ali Charles | Chosen

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Synth-Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “From Finistère to Paris via Montreal, Aubin Talbi (alias Ali Charles) has already lived several lives despite being only 25 years old. His first five-track EP Chosen reveals the true musical sensibility of the singer-songwriter: A pop voice set on vaporous but never futile ambiences, interlacing heady and nonchalant synths, piano lines struck as percussion, and urban rhythms in a melancholic downtempo mode. Ali Charles gracefully opens the doors of his universe and his intimacy. Enter, browse, stroll and let yourself be carried by his flow and his trajectory. “Ever since I was little, I’ve always had a sense of duty to my people, as if I was chosen to represent them, to protect them,” he says. “A mission that has led me to make choices, sometimes against my wishes. Chosen carries a message of hope, which invites one to find freedom of choice in order not to feel chosen anymore. A meeting between indie pop and electro, composed on the way to redemption.”


Shake SugarMac | Breathing The Lie

HOME BASE: United Kingdom.
GENRE: Pop-Rock.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “I love writing songs. It’s not a hobby; it makes the passing of time joyful. This song was inspired by the young black kids I was with during a Black Lives Matter march where they had enough of authorities telling them that systematic racism didn’t exist — hence they were ‘no longer breathing the lie.’ ”


Fabien Oustry | Les Couleurs De La Vie

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Folk.
THE TRANSLATED & EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Originally from Sète, I am an author, composer and performer. Les Couleurs De La Vie is the culmination of testimony and experiences that we’ve all been through and which can touch so many others.”


Damanithesun | Make Up

HOME BASE: United States.
GENRE: Hip-Hop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Damanithesun is a Denver music artist with a melodic, creative, and unique style of delivery featuring emotional and energized lyricism. Make Up is an engaging song that takes you on a ride and drops you on your head at the end of the verse.”


Dany Alexandre | En Attendant

HOME BASE: Canada.
GENRE: Pop-Rock.
THE TRANSLATED & EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Since 2017, Dany Alexandre has entirely written, produced and directed two EPs and a full album. Alongside his career as a singer-songwriter, he has also worked as a musician, producer, arranger and mixer. En Attendant is part of a larger whole entitled Encounter that displays the range of styles and dynamics in his music.”


Gone Tomorrow | Nostalgia

HOME BASE: United Kingdom.
GENRE: Pop-Punk.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “A young and exciting band from Northeast England, Gone Tomorrow recently released a series of demos. The band of college students and mutual friends came together just before the pandemic. The band’s style has been described as a unique blend of raw, garage rock-inspired indie with atmospheric synth elements. Passionate vocals and a thunderous rhythm section make the band a real force to be reckoned with. Singer Ben Ruddick has endless creativity and is a prolific writer. Several albums worth of material are all ready for the studio, awaiting release.”


Jacob Hauge Mateo | Little Sparks

HOME BASE: Denmark.
GENRE: Neo-Classical.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Jacob Hauge Mateo is an experienced producer, singer-songwriter and pianist in Denmark. Over the years, he has produced five albums. Recognized by his ethereal, peaceful, multi-faceted style of music production, Mateo has garnered love and attention from dedicated listeners all over the world. Little Sparks is very much like the sound we hear in our mind, in our soul: The constant hum of music that echoes life around us, even if we don’t realize that’s what’s actually occurring, each and every day.”


Roman. | 20 Pages

HOME BASE: United States.
GENRE: Rap.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Roman. set his goal early at Berklee College of Music: To produce and release an album before his senior year. He succeeded. The album was an exploration, allowing Roman. to cover the many types of music he loves. 20 Pages is the shortest track on the album: At exactly two minutes, the listener is met with a smooth melodic hook and the relatable lyrical topic of isolation. 20 Pages proceeds to develop into a full-scale rap song 30 seconds in, showcasing his introspective lyrical flow and broad vocal talents. Through this first track, Roman. establishes his songwriting and lyrical talents, as well as his ability to pull the listener into his own world. He has been performing since he was a youngster, starting with drums and transitioning to bass, guitar, and vocals. He also performs with his brother Paul in a singer-songwriter pop duo The Foschino Brothers.”


Taurean Meacham | Buss It Down

HOME BASE: United States.
GENRE: Rap.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Taurean Meacham is a hip-hop and R&B artist in Honolulu. Known for his conscious rap style and experimental samples, Meacham’s driving force is, in his own words, storytelling: “Music is the No. 1 form of communication across all civilisations. It tells the story of the people. I’m just looking to tell mine.” Influenced by music legends from Prince and Nas to Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie, Meacham’s creative process is “co-ordinated chaos.” The one constant is that the words always come first. He has released a number of independent albums, including 2021’s. Buss It Down is the club single from the upcoming album Aloha Noir II. It’s an uptempo dance record with a throwback feel.”


Vittorio De Angelis | My Own Way (ft. Leo Pesci)

HOME BASE: Italy.
GENRE: Jazz-Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Vittorio De Angelis presents his new album Perspective. This work combines tradition with modern jazz, funk, neo-soul, afrobeats and beyond. His influences are many and very diverse; in fact, his jazz language clearly fuses with Robert Glasper‘s contemporary hip-hop and electroacoustic sound.”


Silk Skin Lovers | Wake Me Up When We Get There

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Pop-Rock.
THE TRANSLATED & EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Between frantic rhythms and soaring melodies, Silk Skin Lovers depict a nocturnal universe where the energy of drunkenness rubs shoulders with the melancholy of a late evening. Through music inhabited by the aesthetics of the New Wave, the young musicians invite the audience to join them in dancing and getting lost in their nostalgic surrealism. Their first EP Bloom was released in 2021. Wake Me Up When We Get There is a song that sails between euphoria and insecurity. It is a representation of anguish disguised by a soundscape that is both dreamlike and danceable. Strongly inspired by ’80s aesthetics, it is a synthesis of the happy melancholy that characterizes the band.”


Stick&Bow | 5 Imagenes II

HOME BASE: Canada.
GENRE: Neo-Classical.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Stick&Bow unites Canadian marimba player Krystina Marcoux and Argentinian cellist Juan Sebastian Delgado. Classically trained musicians, they strive to present a wide spectrum of musical styles from rock to gypsy-jazz, baroque and tango. Their eclectic repertoire features original arrangements of some of the most celebrated works in history, showing the potential of their instruments combined. In their creative process, they combine musical narration with humor and storytelling, transforming familiar works in refreshing and unexpected ways. Stick&Bow are also strongly committed to the music of our time, commissioning works that are daring yet accessible.”


Magon | This Man

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Pop-Rock.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Six months after the release of In The Blue, Magon is back with a fourth album. A Night In Bethlehem pays homage to the origins of the artist while drawing the outlines of an immersive and colourful universe. This time around, the listener’s gaze gets pointed towards the stars, towards this feeling of discovering the unknown that lies beyond; a feeling that the cover of the album, on which the mythical Flammarion engraving (1888) appears, illustrates it wonderfully.”


Dina Bach | Good Mood

HOME BASE: United States.
GENRE: Folk-Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Good Mood is a cautionary tale that catches all the vibes. It is a story of love that ends in a breakup when our lead characters realize that they come from two different worlds: The rowdy crowd and the upper echelon. It becomes clear, they just can’t be in a Good Mood when living in each other’s world. It was co-written in Nashville, recorded in Nebraska, and completed in Serbia.”


DFNSE | Getaway (ft. AKA Lui)

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Synth-Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Parisian producer DFNSE combines elements from electronic music, house and funk as well as pop. Getaway makes us dream about vacation and summer fun on ’80s sounds. And to enhance the vintage touch, the project has been mixed and mastered by Marcus Linon. A second single will be out in July.”


Ezra Brooks | Lilacs

HOME BASE: Canada.
GENRE: Folk-Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Ezra Brooks is an artist exploring his own sonic vision, drawing inspiration from the classic rock of bands like Queen and Fleetwood Mac, along iwth the contemporary pop of Harry Styles. Either way, the sounds of Brooks feel authentic and he knows how to hook you in. Expect many more singles in the coming months and a full album in the future. “This upcoming 13-track album will be the proudest thing I have yet to release. As for the music, I never stop writing and creating,” Ezra says. “Once this album is done, we move on to the next one. We keep exploring our sound and bring something completely different to the table.”


Matias Mosquera | Menos A Mas

HOME BASE: Argentina.
GENRE: Jazz.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “I’m an architect making jazz-hop-funk music — space and music fusing through melodies.”


Mike Di Lorenzo | What We Need (ft. Anna Moore)

HOME BASE: United States.
GENRE: R&B / Soul.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: Mike lets his music do the talking.


Elio Mardini | Salted Caramel

HOME BASE: United States.
GENRE: Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “I like to write music that speaks from the heart and sounds, like all the songs I listen to, which seems to be rare in presence these days. I think we are living in a world that is making us disconnect from our feelings, and this song is a reminder of the wondrous and treacherous road of love.”


Vincent Duhazé | La Cap Vers

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Folk.
THE TRANSLATED & EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Author, composer and performer, Vincent Duhazé has been playing for years with many groups as a singer and guitarist in reggae, jazz, afro, soul and blues styles. He is ready to deliver simple, melodic new songs with Caribbean, Brazilian and jazzy sounds.”


Re-Mi | Map Vibre (ft. Tryppy Fredo)

HOME BASE: Haiti.
GENRE: World.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “Saint-Martin and Haiti recording artist Re-Mi has been on the scene for a long time while still giving great music to all.”


Baptiste Lagrave | Green Jacket

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Electronica.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Baptiste Lagrave is one of those artists capable of jumping into the water even when it is icy. His first EP Empty will be released June 10. When the music begins, Lagrave immerses us in an introspection carried out with resilience and meticulousness. The artist, trained in classical music on violin and the piano, he analyzes and classifies his sensations to better accept their paradoxes. At the bottom of our abyss, sweetness coexists with the darkest thoughts. Impossible to find appeasement without accepting your own parts of darkness. With its enchanting, sometimes almost childish evocations and its rain-laden clouds, Empty is a sea trip from which you come back with this strange feeling that you no longer know how to put one foot in front of the other.”


Human Pattern | Stress

HOME BASE: France.
GENRE: Electronica.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE: “After a trip to Berlin, and a true love at first sight for German minimal techno, Human Pattern sets out to reproduce the surgical sounds of electronic machines and the abstract textures of synthesizers only with his instrument: the saxophone. Using guitar effects pedals, microphones of all kinds and his computer, he twists this wind instrument to offer an electrified, colder and synthetic version. Human Pattern offers an unusual take on the saxophone: dark, repetitive and minimalist. “I want break the codes and place the saxophone in an original way in a techno minimal universe,” he says. “All the sounds of my tracks are produced only with a saxophone.”


Lias | Need Me Now

HOME BASE: Germany.
GENRE: Indie-Pop.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:Lias takes an unsparing look into his own soul. His songs delve into the fear of failure, the pain of separation, his fight for mental health and a young man’s search for meaning as he flips his entire life upside down to make music. The singer songwriter with Dutch roots, who completed a classical vocal training and already performed on the world’s great stages as a boy soloist, thus frees himself from the conservatism of his upbringing. He captures the emotional rawness of his inner world and juxtaposes it with a musical vastness that simultaneously manages to preserve its intimacy. His debut EP is set for release this summer. Need Me Now captures the honest and raw emotions of his journey through deep sadness, disorientation and broken relationships, but also towards a stronger, more resilient and self-confident self.”


Fritzwa | One Way Ticket

HOME BASE: United States.
GENRE: Reggae.
THE EDITED BIO & PRESS RELEASE:One Way Ticket is a truly surprising fusion of afro, reggae jazz and R&B — refreshing and infectious.”


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