On any given night in Omaha you can find solid live music scattered across the city. Last night, Kosha Dillz, DEVMO, J. Crum, Big Mista and Domestic Blend brought their positive vibes and insane talents to Reverb.
Whether you’ve been to several festivals or this is your first one, it always helps to have some go-to tips as every festival is a little bit different. Here are some things to know if you’re planning on going to Austin City Limits next year.
One of my favorite questions is, “What are you listening to right now?” So, I’m back with more music recs for you! Not all of these are necessarily new, but they’re what I’m currently spinning a lot of.
We have to talk about Jonathan Leach. He's a soul and R&B singer/songwriter in Lincoln, Nebraska who produces soulful beats that are jam-packed with swag that grooves with you.
The times of throwing musicians into one specific genre are fading. William Rose is a master musician and frontman, but don’t try to categorize him or The Flying Islands. Because, what they create won’t fit into your boxes. It will beautifully paint outside the lines.
Experimenting is something Los Angeles-based Fyra has never been scared to do — in fact, he’s embraced it. He’s back with his newest single, Riot, showcasing a side of himself that we haven’t seen yet.
Every facet of the soul genre — the pain, the beauty, the fearlessness, the gut-wrenching heart, the light — is what Aretha embodied in her being and in her music. Aretha didn’t sing soul. Aretha was soul.
Somewhere between the lines of poetry, the emotional depth of a good indie-pop melody, and a presence that intoxicates, you will find Adrian Galvin’s musical brainchild: Yoke Lore.
He’s back! Fyra, the fresh-faced smooth pop/r&b/soul artist from LA, will be releasing his next single "U Wanna" on June 21.
When I connected with the Omaha alt-rock/indie band About-Face, I was more than stoked to take a listen. Their nods to the genre and melodies caught me right away.